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1302 Research Essay: compare contrast 2 poems

This is a continuation and broader report off of the last paper written. There is a few parts to this, a thesis statement with sources, then an outline to the paper and then the paper. Submit your thesis statement for your research essay. This is your own opinion (one complete sentence) on a debatable issue in a literary work(s) that you wrote about in Essay 2 or 3. Your thesis may remain the same as it was in Essay 2 or 3, or you may decide to make it broader or narrower. Also submit the Works Cited entry for one or two sources that you might use to develop your argument besides your textbook. Upload a tentative outline for your research paper. Click on the link for help on writing an outline for a research essay. As in the example in the link, your outline should be 5 to 8 parts. Each part should be a complete sentence. This is a working outline, meaning that it is a guide to help organize your ideas as you write and that it may change as you write. For this assignment, you will develop Essay 2 or Essay 3 into a longer essay that includes information found in reliable, academic secondary sources. Decide which of your essays would be interesting enough to develop further into an essay of approximately 1500 words (about 6 pages typed), using at least three acceptable sources of information beyond your textbook. All three sources need to be cited multiple times in the body of the essay and included on the Works Cited page along with your textbook. This assignment is an argument essay supporting a debatable claim. It should not be a plot summary, a biographical essay, OR a purely informative essay although information about the author, setting, cultural background of the story may be useful in developing your thesis about your chosen story or poems. In your research start with literary criticism in literary databases to find out what other readers have said about the writer’s work in general or about this story or these poems in particular. After you look for literary criticism, broaden your search to non-literary databases that have articles on the issues in the work you are focusing on (like sibling relationships, parenting, monogamy, etc.).

Choose your sources carefully as the quality of your sources impacts the quality of your essay. Acceptable sources include books, articles from SAC databases, author websites, government documents, and primary sources. General knowledge sources like Wikipedia and many .com sources like sparknotes.com or shmoop.com will not count as sources. After some thinking and preliminary researching, refine your thesis. It may be the same thesis you developed in your shorter essay or it may be different depending on your research. You will only receive credit for this assignment if I have an approved tentative thesis statement on file before the first draft is submitted. As you start writing, you may simply add on to your writing in the original shorter essay, but it will probably be more effective to rearrange ideas as you find information in your sources. An outline will be useful in organizing your new information into your previous essay. You can refine your thesis: as you find other sources, you may want to change your original focus. Look for help on writing this type of essay in your textbook Chapter 20, “The Literature Research Essay.” Also see the sample essay in Chapter 22. When your essay is ready to submit, check requirements here: Checklist for 1302 Research Essay Deadlines for submitting your thesis, tentative sources, an outline, drafts and responses are in the course modules starting Week 10. This essay may not be turned in late. Please ask for help along the way and enjoy finding out about your subject.

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