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CheckPoint: Rough Draft of the Research Paper
•Due Day 3 [Individual forum]
•Resources: Drafting Your Research Paper, full-sentence outline of your research
paper; the introduction and conclusion for your research paper; the assignment
Incorporating Statistics, Graphs, and Illustrations; Study Guide Web site; and
•Review the reading Drafting Your Research Paper and
http://www.studyguide.org/research_paper_guide_2.htm at the Study Guide Web site
for an example of how to convert information in a full-sentence outline into
paragraphs for the rough draft.
•Create a rough draft by converting your full-sentence outline into the body of your
paper, attaching your introduction to the beginning and your conclusion to the end,
and inserting the visuals you created for the Week Five assignment. Move smoothly
from one idea to the next and from one section of your paper to the next by adding
transitions. The rough draft should be a minimum of 1,500 words, complete enough
for the instructor to provide constructive feedback. Include your reference page with
•Post your rough draft as an attachment.
•Review Appendix F.
•Submit a copy of your rough draft to the Center for Writing Excellence and to the
Plagiarism Checker for a review.
Exercise: Grammar Exercise 3
•Due Day 5 [Individual forum]
•Resource: Center for Writing Excellence
•Log on to your student Web site.
•Review and navigate through the Center for Writing Excellence Web site at:
•Click on the Library tab at the top of your page.
•Click Center for Writing Excellence.
•Navigate to the left side of the screen where Writing Resources is located.
•Click Tutorials and Guides.
•Click on The Grammar Guide under Grammar Tutorials.
•Click on Grammar Mechanics under The Grammar Guide.
•Complete the following skill-and drill quizzes from the Grammar Mechanics category.
Ensure that you review the definition and rules for each topic.
Commonly Confused Words
Good vs. Well
•Post a screen shot of your results page in the Individual forum. To take a screen
shot, press the <print> or <prt> key on the upper-right hand corner ofyour keyboard, open your MicrosoftWord document, then press <ctrl><v>. The
subject line of each post must inform the instructor which exercise screenshot you
are posting (for example, Commonly Confused Words)
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