|FYE #1||Time Management as a College Student|
|FYE #2||Sleep, Exercise, and Eating Habits as a College Student|
|FYE #3||Confidence, Assertiveness, & Professionalism as a Student|
|FYE #4||Academic Integrity and Plagiarism|
|FYE #5||Successful Study Habits|
|FYE #6||Healthy Relationships in College|
|FYE #7||Student Stress and Campus Mental Health Services|
|FYE #8||Choosing a Major and Campus Career Services|
|FYE #9||The Diversity and Multiculturalism of Stan State|
|FYE #10||Studying Abroad|
Select a topic.
After you have reviewed the topics and selected one, let's move to the next tab and develop a topic statement.
Now, let's turn your topic into a topic statement.
Note: There are plenty of concepts/issues to choose from. It's possible that your concept/issue changes after today, however, for this section of the guide, let's select a concept/issue.
Example Topic Statement:
I'm interested in college students and the health risks of fast food.
Write out a sentence, similar in style to the example topic statement above, addressing your topic.
Once you have your topic statement, let's turn that topic statement into keywords.
Now, let's take your topic statement and turn it into keywords.
Now that you have your keywords from your topic statement, let's develop associated keywords.
Please go to the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus website.
Conduct a search for each of your keywords in the Thesaurus Search.
Review the associated keywords (synonyms) in the thesaurus and select the most relevant associated keyword.
Now that you have brainstormed associated keywords, it's time to find sources!