need by : 10/23/20Directions:Refer back to your Topic 1 Brainstorming and Beginning Research worksheet for your peer-reviewed articles to complete this worksheet (unless you have found more relevant articles, then use those that are the most relevant for your topic).From Topic 1 Brainstorming and Beginning Research worksheet choose three of the peer-reviewed articles that you think will best support the topic chosen from the Brainstorming Worksheet. You may also choose to find three new articles that are more relevant to your topic.Read the articles, and in your own words fill in each table below by answering the following questions for each different article:· What was the main point/argument of this article?· What did the author(s) conclude?· How did this article support your topic?· What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?Each summary should be 100-150 words in length; making a total word count of 300-450 words in length for this assignment. Helpful Tip: Review the reading strategies on pages 70-73 in the textbook to aid in reading peer-reviewed journal articles.Note: The box area can be manipulated as you type your summaries.What is your Topic (chosen from the Brainstorming Worksheet):APA Reference:need by 10/23/20Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:· What was the main point/argument of this article?· What did the author(s) conclude?· How did this article support your subtopic?· What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?APA Reference:Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:· What was the main point/argument of this article?· What did the author(s) conclude?· How did this article support your subtopic?· What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?APA Reference:Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:· What was the main point/argument of this article?· What did the author(s) conclude?· How did this article support your subtopic?· What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?need by: 10/30/20Expository Essay: OutlineDirections:1. Please review your Topic 3 readings and the Planning and Getting Started section of The Writing Process media piece.2. Fill in the outline and reference sections below. Use a minimum of three peer-reviewed resources to support your subtopics (one resource per supporting paragraph). Make sure to use complete sentences when completing the outline.Expository Essay Topic:Essay Title: I. Introduction: (Begin with a hook sentence to capture your audiences attention, then provide a brief background of the topic and end with your thesis statement.)a. Hook:b. Additional background information:c. Mapped Thesis statement (review Topic 3 DQ1 for feedback from instructor): II. SupportSupporting Point #1 (subtopic 1): ____________________ a. Topic sentence for this first sub-topic:b. Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations· Supporting paraphrase 1:· Supporting paraphrase 2: Supporting Point #2 (subtopic 2): ____________________ a. Topic sentence for this second sub-topic:b. Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations· Supporting paraphrase 1:· Supporting paraphrase 2: Supporting Point #3 (subtopic 3): ____________________ a. Topic sentence for this third sub-topic: b. Two to three paraphrased supporting details from your research with in-text citations· Supporting paraphrase 1:· Supporting paraphrase 2:III. Conclusion: (Paraphrase your thesis statement, summarize main points, and make final remarks.) a. Paraphrase thesis statement:b. Summarize main points:ReferencesOrganize all references you will use in the essay and list them in the space below in alphabetical order based on the authors last name. Be sure the reference page is double-spaced and formatted to have hanging indents by ½ an inch, with the first line hanging and all others indented. See the APA Style Guide located in the Writing Center of the GCU Student Success Center website for help with formatting references and citations. Within the essay, this reference page will be on its own page at the bottom of your essay.need by: 11/06/20Writing a Five-Paragraph Essay ResourceFormat & Organization:· Use a Times New Roman font, unless given permission from the instructor to use another font choice.· ALL lettering should be sized at 12 points; the title included· Do NOT use bold in any wording.Heading and Title:· Make sure your cover page is in proper APA format.· Your title should be centered and capitalized appropriately per APA or the appropriate style format.Introduction Paragraph:· The first paragraph of your essay is the introductory paragraph.· In this first paragraph of your essay, you should review your topic in a general fashion. You should also tell the reader why they might care to read more.· The final sentence of your introductory paragraph will be your thesis statement. Your thesis statement will guide the reader as to what will follow.Body Paragraphs: (Middle Paragraphs of the Essay)· Each paragraph should be limited to one idea.· Each paragraph should be connected in some way to your thesis statement.· Within your body paragraphs, include the information from the resources you found. · Do not forget to cite information from outside sources.· Your final body paragraph may look at opposing views. For a well-rounded point of view, it is important to consider multiple perspectives.· The body of your essay should include detailed, accurate, and relevant information that aims to support your thesis statement.Concluding Paragraph:· Your last paragraph is your conclusion. Rather than simply restating your introduction, try and brand your reader with your closing statements.· Tell the reader again about your topic, thesis, and main point(s) of your essay.· End with a strong stance on the topic to make the reader think about what they just read; leave an impact.Using Transitions:· Transitions are very important to your essay. Transitions are the glue that holds the paragraphs of your paper together.· Examples of transitions are: next, furthermore, moreover, however, on the other hand, no doubt, and finally.· You should be using these from transitions in thought and in ending and/or beginning new paragraphs.Using Citations:· Citations are used to reference material from another source.· Using citations to give credit to others whose ideas or words you have used is an essential requirement to avoid issues of plagiarism.· To avoid potential problems, always be sure to cite your sources by referring to the authors last name and the year of publication in parentheses at the end of the sentence, such as (Johnson, 2008) and page or paragraph numbers if you are using word-for-word materials, such as ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country (Kennedy, 1960, p. 34).Reference Page:· The reference list should appear at the end of a paper.· It provides the information necessary for a reader to locate and retrieve any source you cite in the body of the paper.· Each source you cite in the paper must appear in your reference list; likewise, each entry in the reference list must be cited in your text.· For examples of references, please refer to the appropriate style guide, located in the Writing Center portion of the Student Success Centerpart 2Essay ChecklistUNV-104______________________________________________Organization: APA formatted cover page, five separated paragraphs, Reference Page____ Research: Proper Topic that is supported with a peer-reviewed article (research is included through in-text citations/paraphrased information from an article(s).____ Conventions/Mechanics: Proof-read entire paper, no spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors; double-spaced throughout the entire paper; paragraphs indented; references are listed correctly on the reference page; minimum word count has been met and the maximum word count has not been exceeded.____ Ideas/Content: Your topic and three main arguments are clear to the reader; there is a structured idea behind your essay; your arguments and research are aligned to one another; your essay meets the LopesWrite requirements for submission.____ Word Choice: Academic writing is met, correct words used in context; essay contains a variety of sentence structures and uses complete, detailed expressions within the writing. *No incomplete, incoherent, or fragment sentences are found.____ Voice/Tone: Essay is written in 3rd Person Point of View (there are no I statements in the writing); the message is clear and original in thought from the writers perspective on the topic and arguments (research is only there to support these claims).____ Sentence/Paragraph Fluency: There is a smooth transitioning between paragraphs; sentences within the body paragraphs flow and are easy to read and follow; there is a unison of the topic chosen and the arguments presented in the essay; research enhances the paragraphs, and does not take the majority of the paragraph itself-again, research is to support, not create the essayI have posted a date for each one
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