For this assignment, you will work on a topic found in The Rise. This is a chance for you to learn more about something you were curious about while reading Sarah Lewis’ engaging and information-filled text.
For this assignment, you will work on a topic found in The Rise
For this assignment, you will work on a topic found in The Rise. This is a chance for you to learn more about something you were curious about while reading Sarah Lewis’ engaging and information-filled text. You will research the topic, compile the information, and prepare a research paper on a topic relevant to The Rise. Once you have decided on your topic, you should draft a research question that will provide a clear focus for both your research itself and the report that you will write. Having formulated your research question, you should determine where to look for appropriate information that will help you answer your question and give you greater insight into Sarah Lewis’ The Rise.
The goal of this essay is for you to use your critical thinking. Also,writing, research, and reading skills to establish your own thesis and support it with logical evidence, analysis, and support. This will require that you choose strong specific quotes and examples from the text and your outside resources and explain your connections to readers.
For this assignment, you will incorporate the skills you have developed throughout this course, and you will develop new skills in research.
Generate your topic and research question.
Make an argument about your topic. How is this topic relevant to your understanding of The Rise? How does the topic inform your understanding of the purpose of Lewis’ book? Create a working thesis statement that includes this argument.
Research sources appropriate to your topic, and effectively use those sources as evidence to support and prove your thesis. You must use at least three outside sources as well as The Rise to support your ideas.
Cite these sources using MLA format. Integrate your sources effectively, include proper parenthetical citations, and close with a Works Cited page.