Hello I need to get at least an 85% 90% or if possible 100% but no less than 85% please….
Making an argument
Criticizing another writers method
Borrowing expert authority
Opinions should be used to beliefs upon the audience.
Emotions and subjectivity do not influence logic.
Opinions should be questioned and perhaps changed during research.
To access numerous ways to address a vast problem
To write a broad research question
To arrive at the definitive answer to a problem
Construct a central one-dimensional topic.
Develop a set of essential and supporting questions.
Define the scope of your project.
spelling is consistent throughout a document.
sentences do not begin with conjunctions or adverbs.
modifiers are clear and not dangling.
freedom from complications.
Good leaders are determined to lead.
Barak Obama is a strong leader because he is an orator and has a casual approach.
It has an obvious yes or no answer.
It includes large generalizations on several topics.
It features very emotional language that is casual in tone.
To bring a conversation to a close
To win a debate on an issue
To push a conversation forward
the supporting questions are connected to essential questions.
the scope of the project is limited and possible.
the research is focused on a specific purpose.
The end of the need for research on the subject
Extension revision or refutation of their work
Even though television can be educational parents should regulate the amount of television their children watch.
While television can be educational parents should regulate the amount of television their children watch because it inhibits social interaction shortens children’s attention spans and isn’t always intellectually stimulating.
Sibling topics are more general than your central topic.
Sibling topics show the details of your central topic.
Sibling topics are unrelated to your central topic and irrelevant.
A source that uses the specialized language of experts
A source that serves multiple purposes
A source that is short and presents answers as matters of fact
Proof of credentialed and professional writing
Financial backing from a large corporation
An indication of evidence and engagement with other researchers
They make assertions without always providing readers with verification of evidence.
They are written primarily to educate or entertain.
They use a broad citation system to document sources.
They provide readers with materials to accept basic premises as truthful.
They offer readers a particular procedure or perspective to assess usefulness.
They offer readers concrete data or examples to assess claims.
Offer the final word on a controversial topic
Personally contribute to an ongoing field of inquiry
Publish and earn scholarly income
the red-herring fallacy.
the group-think fallacy.
the hasty-generalization fallacy.
useful database recommendations.
the names of useful subject-specific resources.
Avoid procrastination so you are not tempted to plagiarize at the last minute.
Take notes as you read and make a note of the sources.
all of the above.
make a statement about your essays impact.
explain what your essay will do.
clarify the issues.
Use general broad subject headings.
Use available limiters.
Use AND or AND NOT.
Starting with a broad Google search
Considering all Internet writers
Interviewing peers and faculty for their opinions
None of the above
External concepts not used as evidence
Theories and alternative perspectives
A different viw of an issue unrelated to essential questions
Relevance of subject matter
Ease with which it was found online
Expertise of author
Parent topics provide a context for the debate.
Parent topics show how your topic relates to larger issues.
Parent topics create boundaries and limitations to maintain focus.
He was audited because he was never on time with his taxes.
The dog was running so fast that it crashed into the fence.
Mary didnt think she was in trouble but she was in trouble.
Are the articles in the database difficult to understand?
Does the database offer electronic delivery?
How current are the publications?
Title of book. Authors Last Name First Name. Location: Publisher (Publication Year)
Title of book. Authors Last Name Initials. Location: Publisher (Publication Year)
state facts on a subject for the reader to accept without question.
display evidence from which they draw conclusions.
invite readers to join a conversation.
Review theories relevant to the research question.
Find background exhibit argument and method (BEAM) sources.
Write a draft of the thesis statement.
They provide a convincing argument on one side of the debate.
They explain the best ways to conduct research projects.
They feature established facts that help ground the researchers work.
Holding firm to your individual beliefs to prove yourself right
Evaluating your own biases
Reviewing current issues in a field to uncover unique solutions
To summarize the achievements of others
To complicate the issues
To offer something new and interesting
Clear your mind of questions and expectations.
Avoid making comparisons to other writings.
Consider what the writer knows instead of what you believe you know.
a subject and a verb.
one noun phrase.
it restates conventional wisdom.
it presents a claim readers might disagree with.
it offers personal opinions as the basis.
via Ashford Library databases.
via the Google search engine.
via the Bing search engine.
Begging the question
All of the above
Filling gaps in conversation
Supporting the argument about the causes of a problem
Supporting traditional views without question
Only seeking facts that support ones personal beliefs
Rejecting unconventional ideas and research
Supporting research based on illogical arguments
Pursuit of truth as the highest goal
Desire to entertain readers
Strong faith in ones own beliefs
there is no publishing date.
there are no editors.
there is more than one author.
describing the problem.
gathering comprehensive data.
It uses everyday language.
It teaches the researcher new vocabulary terms.
It helps researchers get hundreds or thousands of exact results.
selectively pick data to support their own views.
identify foundational theories and positions.
Start to see structure of a conversation.
Knowing the current controversies in a field
Only seeking out information related to your initial question
Keeping an open mind and flexible expectations
One that offers just facts or information
One that offers you new perspectives
One that includes at least one of the BEAM elements
In this paper I will explain my views on abortion.
This paper will show that womens health issues are important in America today and why Planned Parenthood should continue to receive federal funding.
exploring a problem fully and completely.
defining a location where you will focus your attention.
viewing your topic through a specific theoretical perspective.
replacing the comma with a semicolon to connect the two independent clauses.
All of the above
None of the above
Consult a specialized dictionary.
Get the help of someone with more knowledge than you.
Ask for professional assistance from an instructor.
a potential affirmation of faith and beliefs.
an area with limited perspectives and little to uncover.
a randomly selected topic being researched by force.
Date of submission
Look for information that is easiest to access.
Look for a compelling conversation among scholars.
Look for a social experiment on popular television.
to enable readers to trace the logic of your argument.
to make the cited writers feel important.
to provide other researchers with important sources.
It helps students remember the different types of sources by using an everyday term.
It makes the different types of writing abstract and complex.
It helps students learn new vocabulary words.
Planners use writing to express what they already know.
Thinking and writing are separate activities and need to be respected as such.
Pressure to produce definitive ideas is helpful in the early stages.