Finding scholarly articles, checking their contents to ensure they are useful for you, and then processing the contents so you can writing or speak about what you are finding is time consuming. Here is some advice to help with this-
Most journal-style scientific papers are subdivided into the following sections: Title, Authors and Affiliation, Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgments, and Literature Cited, which parallel the experimental process. This is the system we will use. This website describes the style, content, and format associated with each section.
The sections appear in a journal style paper in the following prescribed order:
Section of Paper
What did I do in a nutshell?
What is the problem?
How did I solve the problem?
What did I find out?
What does it mean?
Who helped me out?
Whose work did I refer to?
Bates College. Department of Biology. (2009). How to write a paper in scientific journal style and format.