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1. Your paper should begin with a brief introduction/statement of your topic (and the controversy surrounding it, if there is one.
2. The main body of the paper should be a description of findings in your scholarly sources and their practical implications for parents and Early Childhood professionals.
(a) Briefly summarize the findings of the studies you found, making explicit the way in which the results of those studies relate to your topic/research question.
(b) Reflect on unanswered questions (e.g., what else would you like to know about the topic? what did you expect to find out about that was missing from the articles you read? are you satisfied with the methodologies that were used to study your topic? if you were going to carry out a study of the topic would you do it the same way or try a different approach? what are the limitations of the findings and the study? Can the results be generalized to people whose culture, sex, or age is different from the groups who participated in the studies you read about?)
3. The final section of your paper should consist of references you used to examine your topic.
4. Follow APA (American Psychological Association) style for citing your sources in the presentation. Include a separate page — References — on which you give the full citation for each of your sources.
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