Write a thesis based, argumentative research essay; you must use at least three credible sources;…

Write a thesis based, argumentative research essay; you must use at least three credible sources;…

Write a thesis based, argumentative research essay; you must use at least three credible sources; at least one source must be discovered through your own research.

Make sure to follow MLA guidelines for citation and Works Cited page.

Make sure you have a clear introduction, body and conclusion. Use at least two direct quotes in the paper. Wikipedia is not considered a legitimate outside source. When obtaining outside sources it is a good idea to use journals, scholarly articles, and literary criticism.

All papers must include: title page, works cited page, page numbers; margins should be set at 1″, and the font size should not exceed 12pt. Papers should be double-spaced. Neither the title page nor the works cited page is considered in the word count.

Your objective here is to write an argumentative research paper based on one of the following topics:

  • Education
  • Marijuana legalization or the history of its criminalization
  • Utopia

You will be provided several articles based on these topics. You must come up with an argument/thesis based on your chosen theme. You will need to do some research to find credible sources to support your argument. You must use at least three credible sources: scholarly journals, newspaper articles, books, etc. The sources should work for your paper; the paper should not work for your sources. The sources should be used as a way to back up your claims, and should be relevant to your thesis.

Remember, an argument must have two sides in order to be arguable. A thesis cannot be a fact; it must be arguable.

Plagiarism is the presentation of someone else’s ideas, words, or artistic/scientific/technical work as one’s own creation. A student who copies or paraphrases published or on-line material, or another person’s research, without properly identifying the source(s) is committing plagiarism.

Plagiarism violates the ethical and academic standards of our college. Students will be held responsible for such violations, even when unintentional. To avoid unintended plagiarism, students should consult with their instructors about when and how to document their sources. The library also has both print and digital guides designed to help students cite sources correctly.

Plagiarism carries a range of penalties commensurate with severity of the infraction. The instructor may, for example, require the work to be redone, reduce the course grade, fail the student in the course, or refer the case to the Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee (see Article 15.4 of the Bylaws of the Board of Trustees). Cases referred to that committee could result in suspension or expulsion from the college.

Please Note: My policy is to fail the assignment and report the offense.

Students completing English 101 will be able to:

  • Organize, develop, and revise at least three thesis-driven essays (approximately 3000 words) that include substantial support and use a variety of rhetorical strategies.
  • Summarize, paraphrase, and quote from readings.
  • Critically analyze numerous readings.
  • Demonstrate a command of edited American English, using vocabulary and syntax appropriate to college-level work.
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of the MLA edition 7 or 8 conventions of citation and documentation.

DUE DATE MARCH 22 FIRST DRAFT

Write a thesis based, argumentative research essay; you must use at least three credible sources;…

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