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listen  carefully! i need 3 assignments done by 7am in the morning. i need a six paragraph asssignment about any topic dealing with american literature or american history! further information will be explained

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English | Graded Assignment | Research Paper Planning Assignment

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Graded Assignment

Research Paper Planning Assignment

Write the outline of your research paper below. The outline should begin with the title of your paper and your thesis statement. You should complete this assignment and submit it to your teacher when you finish the Develop an Outline lesson in this unit.

Total score: ____ of 30 points

(Score for Question 1: ___ of 5 points)

Write a title for your paper that clearly states the topic.

Answer:

Type your answer here.

(Score for Question 2: ___ of 10 points)

Write your thesis statement. Your thesis should state a fact about history and state your idea about the fact.

Answer:

Type your answer here.

(Score for Question 3: ___ of 15 points)

Develop a formal outline for your paper. Use the Making Formal Outlines sheet as a guide for structuring your content. Your outline should demonstrate that you have completed adequate research and have a grasp of the content. Your ideas should be clearly organized in a logical manner.

Answer:

Type your answer here.

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English | Resource | Making Formal Outlines

Resource

Making Formal Outlines

Outline for Model Research Paper

Title: “Free Blacks in the North in the Early Nineteenth Century”

Introduction

Hook: Sketch of major injustices against free Blacks

Thesis statement: Despite suffering from oppressive discrimination, free Blacks in the North managed not only to survive but to build a community that helped them thrive.

Supporting Paragraphs

Economic barriers against free Blacks

Job discrimination

Examples and statistics

Quotation from “A Colored Philadelphian”

Quotation from young free Black man

Poverty and its results

Discrimination

Individual prejudice

Mob violence

Jim Crow laws: segregation

Black Codes

Black exclusion laws

Justifications for discrimination

Belief in inferiority of Black people

Fear of intermarriage

Successful struggle: Building a community

Examples of individual economic success

Examples of community activities and institutions

Conclusion

Sharing the American dream

Handing down a legacy of achievement

General Outline

Title of Paper

1. Major Section of the Paper

Major idea

Secondary idea or important detail

Secondary idea or important detail

Major idea

Secondary idea or important detail

Secondary idea or important detail

Specific detail

Specific detail

Specific detail

Specific detail

Major idea

Secondary idea or important detail

Secondary idea or important detail

Secondary idea or important detail

Major Section of the Paper

Major idea

Major idea

Secondary idea or important detail

Secondary idea or important detail

Major Section of the Paper

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English | Student Guide | Choose a Research Topic

Student Guide

Choose a Research Topic

Use this guide as you work through your lesson. The activity titles in this guide match the activity titles in the lesson. Let’s get started!

Lesson Introduction: Choose a Research Topic

In this lesson, you will choose a topic for your research paper. To accomplish this task, you will brainstorm ideas, pick one of them, and decide whether or not the topic is appropriate for the assignment. If the topic is too broad, you will narrow it.

Lesson Goals

Read the goals for this lesson.

Brainstorm and select a topic for your research paper.

Learn: Prewriting: Brainstorming

Follow the online instructions to complete the activity.

Learn: Brainstorming Topics

Use the on-screen guidance to help answer these questions. Then use your answers to develop a list of possible topics.

Questions for Brainstorming

Possible Topics

Learn: Choosing a Research Topic

Reread your list of possible topics. Underline the ones that look most interesting.

Do a quick online search of your favorites.

Is there enough information about the topic for a research paper?

If not, try another topic.

My choice of topic is

Answer:

Learn: Narrowing a Topic

Answer the chain of questions. There is no set number of questions you need to answer. You may find that you only need to ask the topic-narrowing question once—or not at all. Or you may need to ask it more than three times. (Add new lines if that is the case.) The number of levels doesn’t matter. What matters is that you end up with a good topic.

When you think you have arrived at a level that is specific enough to make a workable topic, draw a star beside the topic. This is the topic that your teacher will approve or not.

My broad topic area:

Answer:

What more in particular would I like to know about that topic?

Answer:

What more in particular would I like to know about that topic?

Answer:

What more in particular would I like to know about that topic?

Answer:

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