Swamped with your writing assignments? Take the weight off your shoulder!
It is time to finalize the publish of your course paper. This is where your
level of comfort with the primary source (the Topic summary and proposal) and
your research (the annotated bibliography) come into play.
POV: Third person.
Primary Source: Writers will continue using the primary
source they chose for the topic proposal and summary and the annotated
NOTE – Your secondary sources (sources on your annotated
bibliography) should be used to justify, elaborate, expand upon, explain, and
give examples of the interpretation that is based on the primary source. Use
your borrowed material carefully and relevantly.
Topic: The writer will argue important points extracted from
their chosen primary source, using targeted content from relevant secondary
sources to support their points. The writer will only use summary to introduce
their interpretation and will focus every body paragraph on a specific idea
contained directly in the literature chosen (the primary
source from our list of course readings).
Purpose of essay: To analyze/argue a point(s) directly
from the primary source, using textual evidence, to support their interpretations.
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