So i already did the bibliography source and the first draft all i need is a final draft once you select on it i will see you more info i will also send you my first draft which is 1000 words all you need to do is finish it till its to the final draft requirements so it shouldn’t be a lot. You just need to add things and change some some things which i will also send you
I need this well written to get me to an A
Essay #4 Prompt [Research Paper]
PAPER DUE: 10 Dec -Total Points = 200
For this essay, you will research a topic of your choosing, ideally one that correlates with an assigned reading. Consider these examples:
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Once you have picked a topic, you must hone it in on something specific and develop a thesis. Your thesis must be strong and make a claim that is debatable. Remember our discussions on a thesis, it is not enough to simply make a statement, you must explain why it is emblematic of critical thinking.
Bad thesis statement: Language is important to Latinx writers.
Good thesis statement: Language is important to Latinx writers because of the role it plays in the development of one’s identity, linking the two (language and identity), and crossing the lines of formality and informality.
You are required to do outside research for this paper. You must use four (4) scholarly/peer reviewed/academic sources in your paper. In addition to these outside sources, you may use one source from 50 Essays/HO.
Therefore, at minimum, your Works Cited page will have five (5) entries:
- 50 Essays/HO (essay/article of your choosing)
- Outside source
- Outside source
- Outside source
- Outside source
A successful paper will have:
- A clearly stated thesis
- Evidence from 50 Essays/HO
- Evidence from each outside source
- Abundant critical thinking and analysis engaging with the evidence as it relates to the thesis of your paper. Remember to thread these ideas through your paper.
- Strong transitions
- Proper formatting
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY DUE: Dec 4 -Total Value = 25 points
- You will be doing an annotated bibliography on six (6) outside sources. This bibliography will reflect the detailed research you have done in preparation for this paper. Your sources must be peer reviewed, scholarly, and academic. Periodicals will not satisfy this requirement. The annotated bibliography will follow this model:
- Proper MLA citation
- Brief summary of source in your own words (do not cut and paste the abstract as this is plagiarism and will result in disciplinary action)
- Here is an example:
Lamott, Anne. Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life. Anchor Books, 1995.
Lamott’s book offers honest advice on the nature of a writing life, complete with its insecurities and failures. Taking a humorous approach to the realities of being a writer, the chapters in Lamott’s book are wry and anecdotal and offer advice on everything from plot development to jealousy, from perfectionism to struggling with one’s own internal critic. In the process, Lamott includes writing exercises designed to be both productive and fun.
Note: the annotated bibliography can be single-spaced. A minimum of six (6) outside sources is required for your annotated bibliography to be considered complete.
FIRST DRAFT Due: Dec 6; digital submission made to Canvas (10 points)
- Your first draft for your peer review must be 1000 words. It must establish your thesis, utilize two (2) outside sources and have a Works Cited page.
- 2000 word minimum (indicate your word count at the end of the paper)
- MLA formatting:
12 pt font = TIMES NEW ROMAN
no space between paragraphs
- Your title should be centered. Do not skip a line between title and text.
- in-text citations
- works cited page
- four (4) outside sources (scholarly/peer reviewed/academic)
- 50 Essays/HO source
- submission to Canvas
- annotated bibliography
- first draft and peer review (upload and response)
- “A”: The essay has little to no grammatical mistakes and follows the conventions of standard academic English. The essay displays a high degree of critical thinking and planning.
- “B”: The essay has a minimal number of grammatical mistakes and follows the conventions of standard academic English. The essay displays an above average degree of critical thinking and planning.
- “C”: The essay has a tolerable number of grammatical mistakes and loosely follows the conventions of standard academic English. The essay displays an average degree of critical thinking and planning.
- “D”: The essay has an unacceptable number of grammatical mistakes and barely follows the conventions of standard academic English. The essay displays a below average degree of critical thinking and planning.
- “F”: The essay fails to attempt to fulfill the prompt in any way.
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