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Parts of a Journal Article Interactive Diagram

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Primary literature can be HARD for students to read and understand. I have found the more familiar students are with the sections and the more they practice, the easier it gets.

This interactive diagram allows students to learn about the parts of a journal article. It comes with seven clickable diagrams that include information about each section, an approachable article to read, and gives tips for reading each section.

Included in your purchase:

  • Seven clickable interactive diagrams (internet access required, non-editable). You may want to check is not blocked by your school firewall.
  • Google form self-grading quiz (editable)

How can I use these diagrams?

  1. To supplement a lesson
  2. Flipped-classroom model
  3. As student remediation
  4. For absent students who missed the lesson

Do I have to use Google Classroom to access the quiz?

No. You can assign it in any LMS. However, you will need a personal Google account in order to assign and collect student responses. Directions on how to do this are included.

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