Address the various sides of the issue drawing personal conclusions based on your analysis of the issue, and demonstrate an understanding of its complexities. Compare and contrast the different viewpoints of sources used on your topic taking into account the limits of a position.
Present an informed evaluation of the evidence and different viewpoint surrounding the topic. Sources: At least three (can only be books, journals, newspapers, magazines, or websites that end in .org, .gov or .edu) Writing Style: with few or no typographical errors, misspelled words, and grammatical errors. Use proper paragraphing and improve your writing style by revising the paper as many times as necessary.
MLA (Modern Language Association) Format including: Citations: anytime you borrow someone’s ideas, paraphrase or quote them, cite all sources; analyze and question your sources assumptions. A bibliography or “work cited” page. 12 inch font, Times New Roman, one inch margins, double spaced, 1 space after each sentence, etc. Use In-Text Citations and highlight your sources e.g. (Parent) Other Criteria: Neither my name nor yours are to appear anywhere in the paper, not even the title page. *Late papers: Every day your paper is late, 10 points will be deducted. **Special note** you must submit your research paper as a word document and it must be an original paper. That means you cannot recycle another paper from a previous class. If you fail to follow these rules then I will give you a zero for your research paper