Calling All Slammers

So now it is time to get your slam on!

Upload your videos to you tube or other hosting site and place link in the comment section of this post. You can also email links to Include a brief plea for why we should select you. We will be selecting eight (8) top slammers based on both technique and character. Have Fun!!!

The winners will be featured in the upcoming documentary “P.O.O.P.” AKA ” The World of Poggz”. The SGF Productions film will feature top slammers from around the world and the 22nd National Championship Competition. Help us remind the world how much they miss the greatest fad of all time. Come be a part of the action!

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  1. Learn how to write evaluation literature.
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    What is overview of literature?
    Writing the introduction
    Writing our bodies
    Writing the final outcome
    What is an assessment of literature?
    The format of evaluation literature are vastly different
    from discipline to discipline and from assignment
    to assignment.

    A review can be a self-contained unit — a stop in itself — or even a preface to and rationale for participating
    in primary research. A review is often a required section of grant and
    research proposals and quite often a chapter in theses and

    Generally, the purpose of your review should be to analyze critically a segment
    of the published body of info through summary,
    classification, and comparison of prior studies, reviews of literature, and theoretical articles.

    Writing the introduction
    In the introduction, it is best to:

    Define or identify the overall topic, issue, or region of
    concern, thus providing the ideal context for reviewing the literature.

    Point out overall trends of what has been published about the subject; or conflicts in principle, methodology, evidence, and conclusions; or gaps in research and scholarship;
    or even a single problem or new perspective of immediate interest.

    Establish the writer’s reason (mindset) for reviewing the literature; explain the
    factors to be used in analyzing and comparing literature plus the organization with the review (sequence); and, when needed, state why certain literature is or perhaps is not included (scope).


    Writing the entire body
    In our bodies, it is best to:

    Group scientific tests and other varieties of literature
    (reviews, theoretical articles, case studies, etc.) in accordance
    with common denominators for example qualitative versus quantitative approaches, conclusions of authors,
    specific purpose or objective, chronology, etc.

    Summarize individual studies or articles with the maximum amount
    of or very little detail as each merits in line with its comparative importance inside the literature,
    remembering that space (length) denotes significance.

    Provide the various readers with strong “umbrella” sentences
    at beginnings of paragraphs, “signposts” throughout, and brief “so what” summary sentences at intermediate points inside review to assistance with understanding comparisons and analyses.

    Writing in conclusion
    In the final outcome, it is best to:

    Summarize major contributions of significant studies and articles on the body
    expertise under review, maintaining the target established inside
    the introduction.
    Evaluate the present “state from the art” for that body of information reviewed, declaring major methodological flaws or gaps in research, inconsistencies in principle and findings, and areas or issues pertinent to future study.

    Conclude through providing some clues about the relationship involving
    the central topic on the literature review plus a larger section of study for
    example a discipline, a scientific endeavor, or maybe a

    For additional information see our handouts on Writing a Critical Review of the Nonfiction Book or
    Article or Reading a Book to Review It.

    To find out more on literature reviews, check out our workshop on Writing Literature
    Reviews of Published Research.

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