I’m working on a english multi-part question and need an explanation to help me understand better.
I provided two articles that deals with essay or the research and I’m going to provide the annotated bibliographies and the draft that 2 different tutors did it for me but completely wrong what they did. So please read everything carefully before your start working on it. I have this essay due on Saturday May 22, 2021 it must be done by this time please and I want you to follow the information very well and follow the steps when you start working on the essay because I’m not trying to receive zero on this assignment. The topic of this essay is “Climate Change,” but if you wanted to change the topic totally is fine as long as deals with the guidelines information. I will provide all the information’s that deals with the essay and please follow the guidelines that the professor wants in the essay. There is important thing as well once you finish writing the whole essay I want you to write annotated bibliographies of the whole essay you going to write but I want the annotated bibliographies in separate paper from the essay and I will provide the information for that as well. Also, I want you to write essay draft paper on the whole essay you going to write and I want the draft to be in separate paper as well and I will provide the information for it. But please please do not start on the assignment until your 100% sure you understand what I want.
Argument Research Paper
- Three to five pages, not including the Works Cited page
- Works Cited page with at least five sources that you have found
- The five sources may include the three sources that you created for your annotated bibliography unless you are not going to use those sources.
- Only include on the Works Cited page those sources you use in your paper.
- MLA format
Your research paper will explore a movement that you are interested in, and discuss an aspect of the movement that you have an opinion on. With information from your sources, you will argue for your opinion. To create a fair, unbiased paper, you will also discuss the opposing view or counterargument of your opinion.
The purpose of an argument research paper is to teach certain writing and thinking skills. Being able to clearly express your opinion, support it persuasively, and acknowledge the ways and reasons other points of view differ from your own is both an academic skill and a life skill.
- Thoroughly review my feedback on your first draft of this paper and on your annotated bibliography.
- Review also the feedback from your classmates on the peer review discussion board.
- Read the Rubric to understand my grading criteria
- Submit your paper and the Works Cited page
A successful paper will:
- Smoothly integrate information and evidence in MLA format from reliable sources
- Explain how this information helps illustrate, clarify, extend, or complicate your argument (this is your analysis of the source material).
- Have a clear arguable thesis statement at the end of your introduction.
- Have a strong conclusion.
- Edit thoroughly so that sentences are readable and appropriate for a college-level paper. Find and fix writing errors, especially those that interfere with meaning. (Links to an external site.)
- Reach the minimum page count of 3 pages.
- Have a correctly MLA formatted Works Cited page with at least five sources.
Your final paper will be submitted to a plagiarism checker. To avoid problems you should:
- Review 8.5 about citing sources to avoid mistaken plagiarism.
- Make sure that all the sources you use in your paper are on your Works Cited page.
- Correctly cite your sources in the paper so they can be located on the Works Cited page (see 1.2).
- Always give the source, both when you use a direct quote with quotation marks and a paraphrase of information from your source.
Argumentative Research Paper
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCriteria 1Use correct MLA formatting and citation guidelines. Cite every quote or paraphrase. Create a correct MLA Works Cited page for all sources cited.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCriteria 2Paper will have a complete introduction paragraph with a clear thesis statement, multiple body paragraphs, and conclusion
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCriteria 3Multiple body paragraphs in addition to your introduction with information from your sources that support your thesis. At least one paragraph that gives an opposing view. Your analysis of the information that supports your opinions. At least five sources that you have found that relate to your topic.
Total Points: 100
This is the annotated bibliographies information you will do it after you finish the whole essay and must be separate paper from the whole essay and just like the essay. Also, I will provide the professor comment on this annotated that I did.
Annotated Bibliographies on Research Paper Topic
- Create 3 annotated bibliographies
- Each on a separate page
- MLA formatted
Learning how to create an Annotated Bibliography is very useful whenever you write an essay or paper because it enables you to keep a record of your sources with information about each source that is pertinent to the topic of your paper. Carefully read the Annotated Bibliography Guidelines to learn what it is and what information you should include in it. When deciding on a protest movement, think about what you could argue. Since this is an argument research paper, consider a controversial aspect of a movement and take a position as your argument. For example, the March for our Lives movement advocates for stricter gun control laws, but many Americans claim the Second Amendment protects gun owners against any restrictions. You could argue on either side.
- Decide on your research paper topic.
- The topic will be one of the protest movements we have discussed.
- Or, you may choose a different movement, but please check with me for approval.
- Choose reliable sources. Websites that are dot org or dot net are usually neutral, unbiased; some dot com sites are reliable, like newspapers and news outlets (CBS, PBS, NBC); online videos from YouTube or TED. Do not use Wikipedia.
- You will need to find at least five sources for your paper.
- Choose three sources and create an annotated bibliography for each source.
- Submit three annotated bibliographies, each on a separate page.
- Follow the guidelines and example in 11.3.
Research Paper Draft of Introduction
- Introduction paragraph
- First body paragraph
- Works Cited page with two sources (not the same sources as on your annotated bibliography)
- MLA formatted
The purpose of an argument research paper is to teach certain writing and thinking skills:
- to form a clear opinion about a controversial issue,
- to understand how various social, cultural, political, and economic influences have led to the controversy,
- to fairly present these influences and opposing points of view,
- to support your own point of view with reliable and relevant sources,
- and to draw a logical conclusion about an issue based on your own research
Being able to clearly express your opinion, support it persuasively, and acknowledge the ways and reasons other points of view differ from your own is both an academic skill and a life skill.
This semester we have read and written about controversial issues, such as womens right to vote, children and girls’ right to be educated, effectiveness of protest movements, and youth activism in the United States and other countries. Weve read about two young activists who are passionate about their chosen social issue and fearless about confronting world leaders to take action to resolve these issues. Greta Thunberg and Malala Yousafzai have inspired others around the world for their courage and persistence.
- Write a draft of the introduction paragraph to your paper.
- Do not use first person (I, we, my); See Thesis Guidelines, 12.4, on how to give your opinion without using first person.
- Your introduction should include the following elements:
- Gain readers attention and interest with a hook as the first sentence (an example, brief story, statistic, controversial statement)
- Brief discussion of the movement you have chosen as your topic
- context or background (when and how it began)
- Establish the controversial aspect of the movement that you will argue.
- Give some reasons for the controversy (these reasons come from your sources and are cited)
- The controversy and reasons should lead to your thesis.
- In the last sentence of the introduction, state clearly your argument or thesis.
- Remember, you are arguing about the movement not its central issue (education, climate, racism, or guns)
- Your thesis focuses on some controversy around the movement.
- Here are some examples of controversy
- The movement’s effectiveness (are there outcomes, results?)
- Criticism of its leaders and followers, (from whom, valid or not?)
- Opposition to the movement’s goals, (from whom, valid or not?)
- Write at least one body paragraph.
- This paragraph gives the basic information the reader needs to understand your position.
- Expand on the goals and obstacles of the movement.
- Present evidence from one of your sources that supports your argument/position.
- This paragraph gives the basic information the reader needs to understand your position.
- Create your Works Cited page with two different sources than those on your annotated bibliography.
- Submit your draft and Works Cited page.
You have submitted two different assignments together. So, I’ll give you my feedback on them separately. First, on the research paper draft assignment: The instructions in the prompt (12.2) asked for an introductory paragraph, one body paragraph and a Works Cited page with two sources. You have an introduction and the Works Cited page but no body paragraph. Also you have no thesis. The research paper is an argument paper. This means that you are arguing about some specific aspect about your topic. Your final sentence, which should be your thesis, states you will review the controversy and criticism around climate. Yes, this paper will review or describe the controversy, but only to support your argument. So, from your research, you need to decide what you are going to argue. Since you cite “financial constraints” and “political hindrance” your thesis could be something like: Financial constraints and political hindrances are obstacles to achieving climate control. Now, your paper will try to prove that this is the case by citing support from your sources. Your sources mention multiple obstacles, but you only have a three to five page paper, so you need to narrow the information to two or three obstacles and explain them thoroughly. The sources on your Works Cited page are not acceptable because they can’t be read. I tried to open them, but on the Ryghaug one, only the abstract was available. When I googled the Cosens one, the site didn’t match the source. I googled “financial constraints to climate control” an got several articles from sites that look reliable. So, for this assignment decide on your thesis or argument, narrow your topic, find reliable sources on your topic. Your sources must be formatted like the example in 1.2. There must be a URL (www) link to find the source. Add a body paragraph that shows what you are going to discuss (see prompt 12.2). Please revise this assignment and resubmit. By doing this you will be able to write your complete draft because you will have an argument and reliable sources. Second, the annotated bibliography assignment: This must be submitted into 11.4. The first source is fine, but the annotation is incomplete. When you read carefully the instructions in 11.3, you see that the first part is about the source, then a brief description of the article and finally a sentence about what in the article you will use for your paper. These don’t belong in your annotations: (Kamarck & Elaine 25) (Betsill & Michele 393) A The second source is like the ones on your Works Cited page. It can’t be read because it is a document of 29 pages and the pages you show don’t correspond to the site. So, for this assignment, you need three sources (that I can locate and read) and an annotation for each one that follows the guidelines in 11.3. I won’t give you partial points for these assignments because I’m sure if you revise them you will get more points.
This is the peer review you going to do after you finish the whole essay and must be on separate paper.
Copy and paste your complete draft, including Works Cited page, from your Word Document and submit by Wednesday 5/12 at 11:59 pm. Read the prompt for this draft in 13.2. You are submitting to the discussion board your three to five page research paper with Works Cited page containing at least 5 sources which include the three sources on your annotated bibliography. This means you will have at least two new sources.
Instructions for Peer Reviews:
Answer the following questions in your peer review:
- Thesis: What is the writers argument/thesis? Is it strongly and clearly stated in the introduction?
- Support: What evidence to support the argument is provided? (support quotes and paraphrases from sources) How does the evidence support the thesis? (Do quotes clearly relate to argument?) Is the evidence convincing? (credible sources) Offer suggestions here.
- Counterargument and refutation: Does the writer give the opposing view? Does the writer then offer a refutation to the opposing view, which reinforces the main argument?
- MLA Citation: Is each piece of evidence cited properly, both within the text of the essay and on the Works Cited page? If not, what is missing? Offer recommendations.
- Organization/structure: How does the writer connect the evidence to the thesis? (analysis of evidence) Is each piece of evidence introduced clearly and convincingly explained? Does the writing move logically from the claim to the evidence that supports it? If writing is not smooth and/or coherent (understandable), provide recommendations.
- Finally, describe the papers greatest strengths and one or two areas that might need work.
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