Law & Ethics
posted by Jamie on .
I am working on a research paper for a course I am taking through Penn Foster. I have to answer several questions but I don't know if I am supposed to write the questions on the report, or just answer them ..you know..using the correct paragraph format; introductory sentence, explanation, concluding sentence, etc. Does anyone know how it should be done? The directions don't really say, and I don't want to look stupid if I write the question within the report. Thanks!
Use your introductory sentence to state the question.
For instance if your question were what is causing climate change, you might begin your answer by saying "Climate change is being caused by a numbers of factors.
In addition if these questions have numbers, be sure to use those numbers in answering the questions.