Title Page – List your name, what your research question is, name of the course, and the date.
Page 1 – Introduction. Be sure to list what your research question is, even if it is also on your title page. It should also be listed in your introduction.
Pages 1-2 – Theme 1; discussion of studies that pertain to this theme
Pages 3-4 – Theme 2; discussion of studies that pertain to this theme
Pages 5-6 – Theme 3; discussion of studies that pertain to this theme
Pages 7-8 – Comparing and contrasting studies: How do the different studies relate to one another? Which studies are stronger, and why (e.g., better methodology)? Which studies are weaker? What is new, different, or controversial about the various studies? How do the methodologies differ (e.g., empirical articles vs. review articles; quantitative vs. qualitative data; longitudinal vs. cross-sectional designs)?
Conclusion, including what is missing from the literature you read that might present an opportunity for a new researcher to make a unique contribution.