English Writing 6

English Research writing
Students are to write a five-seven pages research paper. The essay demonstrates critical thinking skills while demonstrating the students ability to pull research from various source(s) and incorporate them into a paper that is uniquely and clearly their own paper. The paper should befree of plagiarismand utilizes properMLAdocumentation (including in- text citations and Works Cited page). This is an academic research paper and demonstrates students understanding of English Writing and proper grammar. This paper should be written inthird-person point of viewin the present or past tense depending on your research.
Introduction: Start with a hook that leads into your topic and grabs the attention of the reader. Any information in the introduction that is not common knowledge must have a citation.You cannot be an expert about anything in academic writing without proper citation.This paragraph provides an introduction to your topic and carries the thesis statement.Thesis statement is the last sentence before the body of evidence WITH THREE DISTINCT POINTS.
Thesis statement:This is the mission statement of your topic and provides three distinct points that are worded as an argument to be proven using correct parallel construction. Parallel construction writes the thesis statement in a format that matches in each point.
Body:The three points of your thesis statement is constructed intotopic sentencesthat head each paragraph of your body.Topic sentences are theFIRST SENTENCE OF EACH BODY PARAGRAPH TAKEN FROM THE THESIS STATEMENT.These topic sentences are then supported with RESEARCH (Research must be properly insert using MLA in text citation.Please note that direct quotes should be used ONCE OR TWICE. Paraphrase and summaries are to be used to ensure the research is in your writing voice. This is to maintain the same voice/tone throughout the paper. In order to maintain your own style of writing paraphrasing and summarizing is the best approach.
Conclusion:The conclusion opens with a restatement of your thesis statement. Lastly it provides the reader with your final thoughts. It also forecast what you have learned or your final ideas about the topic at hand.NO NEW INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR TOPIC SHOULD APPEAR IN THIS SECTION. It only concludes the matter at hand.

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