Hello is there anyone that can help me with my homework. I will have the directions in the upload. I will also have the topic too.RESEARCH ESSAY DIRECTIONS
Respond to a prompt on page 4 with a clear argument supported by historical evidence. Draw logical conclusions based on research and analysis. This assignment calls for an argument about – not a narrative of – an historical event. This assignment should take around 24 to 32 hours.
Double-spaced Times New Roman 12-pt font.
5 full pages with 1″ margins plus a Works Cited page
Basic mastery of grammar, syntax, and style
Developed paragraphs with topic sentence
An introduction must contain context (who, what, where, and when) and a thesis statement. At least 4 scholarly sources, in addition to your textbook, which occur in Works Cited Page and in-text citations.
All claims (not just direct quotations) require MLA in-text citations.
All in-text citations require both authorship and page number.
A concluding paragraph attempting to answer the question – ‘so what?’
To determine if a work is acceptable:
Does it have both an author and page numbers?
Is it published by an academic or university press?
Is it an article by an academic journal?
Does it have a form of citation or a reference?
TTC provides access to eBooks and journals accessible when logged into your account. Links are located at the bottom of our class’ D2L page under “User Links.”
The following sources are unacceptable:
Sources that do not provide both author and page numbers
Websites (e.g. academic blogs, authorless database articles, university web pages, Wikipedia, etc…).
Encyclopedias of any kind
To understand why you cannot use these types of sources, see tutorial “Scholarly Sources Explained” in “User Links.”
QUOTATIONS & CITATIONS
You must support your assertions with MLA in-text citations and provide a Works Cited page. DIRECT QUOTATIONS (“QUOTING”)
Using word-for-word excerpts requires quotation marks followed by an MLA in-text citation.
Direct quotations cannot stand alone. Introduce each quotation into your sentences.
After a direct quotation, you must provide analysis. Explain the significance of the quotation. Do not use quotations that are longer than two lines.
A sentence containing a direct quotation found on page 127 of a book by John Hunter:
John Hunter argues that until Napoleon’s failure in Russia, “the Jacobin commander’s tactics resulted in victory and high morale among his troops” (Hunter 127).
INDIRECT QUOTATIONS (“PARAPHRASING”)
Use MLA in-text citations when summarizing or paraphrasing information from a source. In-text citations are required even when you are not using direct quotations.
A sentence based on information (not a direct quotation) found on page 17 by John Hunter would look like:
Despite his modest background, Napoleon excelled at leadership, exuding revolutionary fervor (Hunter 17).
GRAMMAR & STYLE
ACTIVE VOICE: Strong formal writing uses active voice, in which the subje
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