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Assignment

Research Paper basics (adapted from syllabus): 

A (minimum) five-page research paper with an additional works cited/references page on any approved topic related to the class. 

The paper itself MUST be word-processed: double spaced, with a font of 10 and normal 1" margins.

Complete sentences and standard English structure are expected.  

At least 3 reasonable [academic/credible] sources for your paper, [cited in-text and in your works cited page in either MLA or APA style, with APA preferred].

The point breakdown for the paper is as follows: 2 points for the topic being turned in on time, 3 points for the paper being turned in on time, 25 points for the 5 pages minimum, 30 points on content, 10 on writing style, 3 on having the three sources required, 5 on the types of sources, 5 on the works cited page, and 15 points for citing the sources correctly in the paper.

 

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