Have trouble breaking research down into manageable chunks for students? Then this is the resource for you. This paper is designed to be the first of two research papers that students write about something that has interest to them: their future career. Here they learn to: use primary research to inform secondary research, cite facts, create a Works Cited page, create an outline, create a rough draft, and create a polished draft. Each day is broken down for you, the teacher, and includes resources that can be digital as well. Included are: lesson plans tied to common standards for language arts with daily objectives and materials listed by day, daily worksheets needed, and an online form of note cards that mimic traditional note cards, which enables you to grade while the student still has them in their possession.