a) Do you report how you critiqued or evaluated the selected papers?
b) Does your work suggest that you have ‘read around’ how to critique research articles?
c) Do you refer to the limitations of the research identified by the authors of the papers?
d) Do you report the use of research summary tables and are these shown in the appendices?
e) Do you provide sufficient information about how the research was carried out in the selected papers?
f) Do you report how, when thinking about the body of evidence that you have spent time looking at, you have been able to identify themes in the findings of the papers?
g) Do you feel confident that your discussion of the papers is helping you to answer your research question?
h) Have you provided sufficient reference to research methodology texts, the wider literature and other evidence so as to provide a confident discussion of your papers?
i) Do you feel that the reader would benefit from a summary of what you feel are the main points of the body of evidence that you have looked at?
j) Do you feel it would be useful to identify the limitations of your literature review?