what General Requirements
what General Requirements
Minimum of 5 pages (The 5th page contains the list of cited references)
Typewritten, double-spaced, Times Roman, 12 font
Consultation with the Librarian for Information Literacy (looking for references, properly citing references, listing of references, etc)
List all references properly on the 5th page of your paper
Choose a historical issue that you think is relevant to the course material. Have this choice of yours be approved by your instructor. After approval, discuss thoroughly why you chose this event. It is important for you to choose one that you are interested in. You can cite your personal reasons if you want to, but be sure to state factual information. Cite your references (Minimum of one paragraph)
Explain in detail (with depth and clarity) this historical issue. Be sure to cite valid references or sources. Remember that your opinion is important but NOT when you have to objectively deal with an issue. If you have a problem looking for references or sources, consult the Librarian. They are available to help you. Be mindful of proper citation because you can be liable for plagiarism, which is a major offense here in EIC. Cite at least 4 (preferably more) references for this part of your paper. (minimum of one paragraph)
Discuss how this issue is related with other existing issues. Identify and explain very well this connection. Include in your discussion viewpoints of different experts. Cite as many references as possible. (minimum of one paragraph)
Carefully evaluate each viewpoint you cited in “b”. Cluster viewpoints into pro vs. anti-issue (minimum one paragraph)
Discuss your position or core belief regarding the issue. Remember that your opinions are ok to cite but they should be supported with factual proof. Cite as many references as you can to justify your position. One tip is to cite published research findings about the issue. (one paragraph minimum)
Discuss the implication of this issue in American society (or in a global context). This serves as your conclusion. Cite as many references as you can (one paragraph minimum).
what are the General Requirements
A minimum of five pages (The list of cited references is on the fifth page.)
Times Roman 12 font, typewritten, double-spaced
Information Literacy Consultation with the Librarian (looking for references, properly citing references, listing of references, etc)
On the fifth page of your paper, properly list all references.
Select a historical topic that you believe is relevant to the course material. Make sure your instructor approves of your choice. Following approval, thoroughly discuss why you chose this event. It is critical that you select one that piques your interest. You can include personal reasons if you want, but make sure to include factual information. Cite your sources (Minimum of one paragraph)
Explain in detail (with examples).