[ORDER SOLUTION] First Draft of Research Essay
This is the first draft for an essay that already previously had a topic selected and outline written. Please pay close attention to the files attached. Quoted directly from Blackboard: For this assignment, you will draft a formal, academic essay in MLA format that presents an argument about your selected topic. You will use your outline from the previous assignment as a guide, but you can make modifications to your thesis and argument as necessary. Please review the Argumentative Research Essay Assignment to be sure you are following instructions and meeting the minimum length requirement. Also, read and study this model argument research draft to see how the essay should be organized and the content that is needed: Sample Argument First Draft. Consider the following as you create your draft: Does my introduction give the audience a clear understanding of the topic and my stance? Does the thesis statement outline all main points of my argument? Do my body paragraphs have clear topic sentences that relate to the thesis? Do they follow the MEAL plan? Does each main idea have sufficient evidence from my sources for support? Have I integrated quotes and paraphrasing effectively with in-text citations? Does my essay have a concluding paragraph that restates my thesis and offers insight to the overall significance of this issue? Once you have completed your draft, submit it in this assignment, so I can review it and provide feedback for the final draft. Assignment Requirements Your paper should reach a minimum of four full pages not including the Works Cited page. Resources Purdue Owl videos on Logos, Ethos, and Pathos in Module 3 Resources Formatting Requirements MLA format Grading Full credit is given to completed drafts that are submitted in a timely manner and that meet the minimum length required.