You will need to work on revising, correcting and integrating information, smoothing out transitions among the sections, and proofreading thoroughly, all of which are vital to college-level research.

Except for the Introduction paragraph (the one that comes before the Summary and Question) and Conclusion (which you may not have submitted before now), this final submission should be an integration and revision of what you have already done – not a whole new paper.

You will need to work on revising, correcting and integrating information, smoothing out transitions among the sections, and proofreading thoroughly, all of which are vital to college-level research.

I will especially be looking to see that you addressed the comments and corrections I put on your previous drafts – if you simply post your draft with minor changes, your grade will reflect the lack of real revision.

Essays with any parts that are severely plagiarized will result in a grade of “F” for the semester. In the past, I have emailed students or made notes on their work letting them know if their Turn it in scores were too high.

A score between 35-40 and above is a high Turn it in score.

The final research paper (minimum: 8 full pages long) will include the following elements: Title page in prescribed APA format Introduction Paragraph providing an overview of your paper Summary/Question with thesis added Body: Transitional paragraph taking us from your Introduction into the Body seamlessly Literature Review Discussion and Analysis Conclusion Reference list in APA format.