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110209 World Imperialism Essay Research 50m

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110209 World Imperialism Essay Research 50m

  1. 1. On a Separate Page : 2 CITATION LISTS 1) Write down the MLA reference citation page format for your each of your sources under 1) . Example: Author's last name, First name. Title of book. City of publication: Publisher, Year. Or for net: Author’s last name, First name. Content Title. Site Name, Article date D/M./Y. <URL web address>. USE CITEBUILDER. MISSING INFO? WRITE: “UNAVAILABLE” 2-10+) From your sources, pick out total 9+ quotes , ideas , or facts that will support any one of your topic sentence point or sub points . FOR EACH , write the in text citation format: (Author's Last Name Page Number) or for net: (“Short title for web content comma”) . Place in text citation by every quote/idea/fact.
  2. 4. <ul><li>EXAMPLE: </li></ul><ul><li>Citation Notes (each list on new page) </li></ul><ul><li>LIST 1-REFERENCE/WORKS CITED PAGE (4+) </li></ul><ul><li>Bourdain, Anthony. Kitchen Confidential. New York: HarperCollins, 2000. </li></ul><ul><li>2-4+) </li></ul><ul><li>LIST 2-QUOTES, FACTS, IDEAS (9+) </li></ul><ul><li>1) “Don't get me wrong: I love the restaurant business” (Bourdain 1). </li></ul><ul><li>2-9+) </li></ul>
  3. 5. On a Separate Page : Outline Attack the question and write a 4 section outline: Question: What were X-nation's contributions to humanity during the 1800s (nineteenth century)? Format: 1: Thesis 2: Benefit 3: Harm 4: Assessment 1) Thesis: Your answer to the question. 2) Point 1: Benefits to Humanity (refer to evidence) a-?) List 3+ sub points 3) Point 2: Harm to Humanity (refer to evidence) a-?) List 3+ sub points 4) Point 3: Final Assessment (explain your criteria) a-?) List 3+ sub points Later, copy+paste outline on rough d
  4. 6. Name Period Outline 1) Thesis: During the 1800s, X was 2) Point 1: Over the 1800s, X contributed a) b) c)… 3) Point 2: However, over that century, it a) b) c)… 4) Point 3: Overall, X was a-?) 1) Introduction (thesis as the end) 2) Benefits to Humanity (backed by cited data) 3) Harm to Humanity (backed by cited data) 4) Final Accessment (your definition of human contribution and your research opinion) 5) Conclusion (lasting legacy on the world)
  5. 7. When done with citaton lists (2) + outline: 1) Your 2 CITATION LISTS ( List 1 : Works Cited Page (use Citation Builder) + List 2 : 9+ List of Quotes/Facts/ Ideas) are turned in as separate sheets. Not every cite has to “quotes” ideas are just as valuable and must be cited! 2) Copy/paste the List 2 + Outline into your rough draft. List 1 into the end of your rough draft as your works cited pg, and get Chiang to stamp your coversheet .
  6. 8. On a Separate Page : Rough Draft Use outline+notes to answer: What were X-nation contributions to humanity during the 1800s? 1) Thesis: Your answer to the question. 2) Point 1: Benefits to Humanity (cite evidence) a-?) List 3+ sub points backed w. citations. 3) Point 2: Harm to Humanity (cite evidence) a-?) List 3+ sub points backed w. citations. 4) Point 3: Final Assessment (explain your criteria) a-?) List 3+ sub points backed w. citations. 5) Conclusion: Summary Lasting legacy on the world 6) End with your Reference Page by copying Citation List 1 from your citation notes.
  7. 9. DOWNLOAD + USE CLASS ESSAY TEMPLATE! EXAMPLE: Introduction: Thesis Point 1: Benefits to Humanity (cite evidence) a-?) List 3+ sub points backed w. citations. Point 2: Harm to Humanity (cite evidence) a-?) List 3+ sub points backed w. citations. Point 3: Final Assessment (explain your criteria) a-?) List 3+ sub points backed w. citations. Conclusion: Summary Lasting legacy on the world Reference Page By copying MLA citations from your Citation List 1. TIP: 1) Use & flush out your outline as a way to write your rough draft. 2) Pick/choose which citations to copy + paste when they support your ideas. Explain how they support. No need to use all 9+.
  8. 10. If you have a laptop, please bring: Monday
  9. 11. Homework: 1) Test 3 on Wednesday

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