You may not earn "partial credit. See your Course Schedule for the dates by which you must:
Students will produce a specific, unified, developed, organized, and coherent research paper of words using at least EIGHT sources, both print and non-print. Students will show competency in a research paper process of choosing and narrowing topics, collecting sources from indexes, creating a working bibliography, taking notes from sources, using sources in proper MLA formats, and providing proper documentation for those sources.
Sources must be credible and come from a variety of fields. The topic is the Legalization of Marijuana. Each entry must include a summary of to words. See below for an example demonstrating the format.
Also—there is a link to the HCC Library within our course. Email the answer key to me by the deadline: See more detailed description on the Announcements page. It is imperative that you participate in all discussions. There are 10, each worth a possible 10 points.
These points are given based on: Each missed assignment will lower your average by 10 points, so please do not miss any. You must include at least 10 sources with at least words summarizing and commenting on the contents of each source. The format should conform to the MLA Guidelines 8thEdition as presented on the Purdue Owl see link in the course—and see comments below.
This means all sources in your essay—direct quotes, paraphrases, and summaries, must be identified using the MLA format for In-text Citations. Each source identified by In-Text Citations must have a corresponding citation on the Works Cited page.
Failure to follow these guidelines is technically plagiarism and grounds for receiving a 0 on the assignment. You have a lot of time to complete what is essentially an open book assignment. See link and comments below. It is not difficult, but it takes time. Do not put it off.
You have to look up how to format individual citation regarding In-Text Citations and the Works Cited entries using the various subheadings.
All the information is located on this website and it is your responsibility to find it.Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to prevent plagiarism, engage students in the writing process, and provide personalized feedback.
See Documentation below for the guidelines for academic citation of your respondent and other sources. II. Life History and Analysis A. Biographical Summary.
1. Topic sentence. Start with a topic sentence that explains the most important point you want to make in this . *GOAL:In English , students learn persuasive/argumentative writing, critical/literary analysis of reading selections (essay, media images, fiction, and poetry), and the research process.
All elements of English require students to apply the critical thinking and writing skills introduced in English , to analyze and interpret various forms of spoken communication, and to communicate orally in clear, . * Subsequent quotes after the first only need a page number, not an author, since you will only be quoting 1 author in the essay.
ESSAY GUIDE An ESSAY is a fully developed and organized set of paragraphs that develop and enlarge a central idea or argument. 1. Demonstrate knowledge of individual and collaborative research processes. 2. Develop ideas and synthesize primary and secondary sources within focused academic arguments, including one or more research-based essays.
3. Analyze, interpret, and evaluate a variety of texts for the ethical and logical uses of evidence. 4. The College of Biblical Studies invites you to attend its first Convocation ceremony to honor students. CBS-Houston Convocation. August 28, pm – pm.