Finding some help with animal research paper topics


Writing papers is tough. In a class, a paper is normally the most complicated, difficult, and strenuous task that you are given, and your success may be dependent on how well you can formulate and express your ideas. Related to all this is the topic of your essay, which can be difficult, especially in biology. If you are given a broad topic like deciding what kind of animal-related topic you want to do research on, it might seem overwhelming to narrow down the possibilities. Do not worry, many people feel this way, and it is something that you can overcome.

The first place you can look if you want an animal research paper topic is in your own brain, right now. Do you have a favorite animal? Does nature interest you? Have you ever seen a wild animal interact with something interesting in nature? These can all give you good starting points for coming up with a topic. Is there anything you want to know about animals that you do not? Such as do sharks sleep, why spiders make webs the way they do, that kind of thing. There should be something you are curious about in nature, and answer a question like that would be a great topic for a research paper about animals.

However, this might not be the case- perhaps you are racking and racking your brain, and cannot come up with a good topic. You might need some guidance. A good way to start stirring the soup of ideas is to read nature related magazines and journals. There are plenty of freely available scientific journals, as well as popular science news sites and information. These papers are already asking specific questions, and you can probably come up with an overarching question that relates three or four articles together. A bonus to doing things this way is now that you have a topic, you already have three research sources! In addition, that is great.

However, it might not be a specific animal that you want to write about. Maybe you have a taste for scope in your writing. In this case, do not worry. Evolutionary history is always a fertile place for topics- if you take an animal, any animal, just ask how it relates to its environment, and question how it evolved that way or how it co-evolved with other species. What other species is it related to? Why does this matter? You can branch off from here into all kinds of things, like what kind of ecosystem does this animal like? Why is that? There really is not an end to the possibilities.




2017 © StPaulsAfterSchool.org. All rights reserved. Research Paper Writing Tips And Tricks.