this is assignment 8 and i am attaching old assignments with this also that is assignment 6 and 7 using your previous assignments and all of the course material from Weeks 7 to 11, write a final research report exploring the research question and thesis statement you established with reference to the evidence you collected (your three best sources).
Research papers should be a minimum of 500 and a maximum of 750 words, divided appropriately into 5 to 7 paragraphs. They must follow the standard essay / report structure of introduction – body – conclusion.
Research must be effectively integrated into the body of the report. Failure to provide in-text citations will result in a grade of zero (0). In-text citations should follow APA format.
NOTE: While it is important to integrate your own thoughts in your own words, remember that academic reports use neutral, unbiased language – no “I think” or “I feel”. Use third person (he / she / it / one / they / people, etc.). Incorporate the body paragraph you prepared for Assignment 7, with appropriate revisions per the instructor’s feedback, and use it as a model for the remaining body paragraphs.
Remember to add transitional sentences at the beginning and/or end of paragraphs so that the final paper reads as one cohesive report. Finally, prepare a title page and reference page in proper APA format. this is the instruction given by teacher as you prepare your final essays. Where you see underlining or circling, the grammar or syntax is unclear (you need to reword).
Where you see a C in brackets [ (c) ], you should be citing a source. Even if you’re stating the overall conclusion of research, you need to cite the sources that presented that conclusion. If it’s not common knowledge or your own original thought / claim, cite it. My general advice to all of you is to return to the PIE structure discussed in class. Make the first sentence of your paragraph a claim (the point that supports your overall thesis, the argument).
The integrate the information from your research that supports that claim — explain what you found and where. THEN, and this is the key part, tell your reader what that information means in your own words and link it directly back to your claim (topic sentence) and overall argument (thesis statement). EVERY body paragraph of your essay should do this.
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