Aerobic Exercise vs. Resistance Exercise on Type II Diabetes

1) Objectives: One or two sentences describe the context and intention of the review.
2) Results: several sentences describe main outcomes.
3) Conclusions: One or two sentences present the conclusion (which is linked to the objectives).
*Length: 200 to 250 words. *No citations

1) Subject background: The general topic, issue, or area of concern is given to illustrate the context.
2) Problem. Trends, new perspectives, gaps, conflicts, or a single problem is indicated
3) Motivation/justification. The authors reason for reviewing the Literature.
Note: 1 page max. & put citations

Main Body:
Possible criteria for structuring the topic are:
methodological approaches
mechanisms or theories
extent of support for a given thesis
studies that agree with another versus studies that disagree
– Cover one idea, aspect or topic per paragraph.
– Avoid referring to only one study per paragraph; consider several studies per paragraph instead.
– Frequently link the discussed research findings to the research question stated in the introduction. These links create a thread of coherence in your review paper.
– Link the studies to one another. Compare and discuss these relationships.
– Include citations

implications of the findings
interpretations by the authors (kept separate from factual information)
identification of unresolved questions
Note: Make sure to have a clear take home message that integrates the points discussed in the review. Make sure your conclusions are not simply a repeat of the abstract!

Use at least 6 peer-reviewed original research articles. Include every reference cited in the text (alphabetic order). Avoid internet sources i.e., .com.

Format: 12 font size, double-spaced.