When you are preparing to write a paper and the instructor is clear about scholarly resources you can turn to your peers. This type of ethical documentation is noted as a peer reviewed article.
Most online students are continually using facts to back up their work and this is the best way to plan for your best learning and reporting about a new topic. If your topic centers on health and fitness you could start a review process to critique an article you want to learn data about as follows:
Peer Reviewed Articles Critiqued
First analysis. I want to learn about physical fitness programs. The research showed student health and physical education programs were not different from the fitness curriculum from two decades (Keating 2009) The purpose shared was to review and analyze student health and related fitness though examining fitness programs. According to Keating (2009) a narrative design was posed. The design application was gathered from an existing case study that was longitudinal. Therefore this article is relevant and sensitive to humanity due to the facts shown. This article showed both a design method and a research design. Keating (2009) offered that more communication for fitness programs be evaluated. Keating (2009) claimed was that there are misconceptions about fitness and the student population is under educated about health related knowledge in elementary grades not just secondary grades. Therefore this article has a current problem that could further develop a case study with these current research findings (Keating 2009). This article shared a method plan and how to solve a problem that proves validity or contrasts because the article showed validity screening for the elementary and secondary grades (Keating 2009)
To be certain your peer reviewed article is sum-mating the right data here are some must so tips:
Ask yourself these relevant fact finding questions:
- What do I want to learn from reading this full text PDF article?
- Does this article back up my research, oppose my research and have a purpose?
- Is this article relevant to my research topic and sensitive to humane ethics?
- Is this article based on a design method and research design?
- Does this article have a current problem that could further develop a case study with my research findings
- Did the article share a method plan and how to solve a problem that proves validity or contrasts?