Write a FACT (using the technique we have practiced in class to include the outcome, context, and
sample) for each of the three articles. Upload one Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) to Canvas (in Hypothesis
Assignment Part 2) with a list of your FACTS; each should be listed as firstauthorlastname, year of publication.
For example, the first fact might be titled “Marshall, 2015” followed by the 1-2 sentence FACT. Failure to
submit in a readable file will result in a 10% deduction from your Part 2 grade.
Part 2 is due 11/12 by 1:00pm. Part 2 is worth 20 points.
: The next part of this assignment requires you to begin to analyze your research articles as a group
rather than just individually. You will identify similarities and differences in the methods and conclusions of
different articles written about a common research topic so that you can understand what is known and
unknown related to your topic. Using the three (if working alone) PDF articles that you submitted in Part 1, fill
out the summary table for each of your FACTS. You will also analyze the similarities and differences among the
3 articles to fill out the bottom three rows of the table. Save the excel file as yourlastname_litreviewtable and
upload to Canvas (in Hypothesis Assignment Part 3). The two spaces on the table in yellow do not need to be
filled out, but all other cells require a response to receive full credit. An example of a filled in lit review table
and blank table for you to fill out are posted to Canvas. Failure to submit in a readable file will result in a 10%
deduction from your Part 3 grade.
Part 3 is due 11/17 by 1:00pm. Part 3 is worth 20 points.
: The final part of this assignment involves creation of new information. Here you will take all of your
analytical skills in research to analyze what you already know on a topic and create a new direction to pursue.
This is called a hypothesis.
Based upon the three FACTS you have written (in Part 2), write a hypothesis that is unique to these FACTS but
relies on the FACTS that you developed from your literature review. The unique aspect of your hypothesis
must be due to an altered independent or dependent variable (in other w
ords, do not just repeat a study you
read about in a different population).
A good hypothesis should follow the same format as a FACT and include an outcome, context, and sample.
Write your hypothesis to explicitly state “I hypothesize that…” and then formulate and write a paragraph that
defends your hypothesis based on the three FACTS and summary table you developed.
Your Part 4 document must include the following:
A. Your three FACTS plus the firstauthorlastname, year of publication. This can be copied directly from
Part 2 of the assignment. (If you made modifications based upon instructor feedback to Part 2, include
the new version).
B. A statement of your hypothesis (again, written in the format of a FACT to include outcome, context,
C. A paragraph that supports your hypothesis. It must include what is known about your topic (as you
learned from your three or five FACTS) and what is not known, as well as a statement about how your
hypothesis differs from what is already known about this topic. Any time you provide information from
one of your facts, write the author’s last name and year published in parentheses at the end of that
sentence. You must use
FACTS at least once to support the various components of your
hypothesis. An example of a hypothesis is posted on Canvas.
Please save this single Word document as lastname(s)_hypothesis when submitting to Canvas (in Hypothesis
Assignment Part 4). Failure to submit in a readable file will result in a 10% deduction from your Part 4 grade.
Part 4 is due 11/19 by 1pm. Part 4 is worth 50 points.
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