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You will write a
1,500–1,750 word current APA-formatted final paper that builds upon the
research question/topic and outline. The paper
must include a title, abstract, and reference page. The paper must
include a minimum of 2 scholarly sources: 1 primary source (the chosen
college’s website) and at least 1 other authoritative source (i.e. ebook, book,
or journal article). You must synthesize all research into a well-blended paper
that clearly addresses the research
question/topic presented in the Historical Review Project: Outline. Review the
Historical Review Project: Research Paper Grading Rubric to learn how this
assignment will be evaluated.
1. Title Page a. Title:
The title summarizes the paper and its focus. The title must be clear enough to
give the reader an idea of what to expect in your
paper. Avoid statements that sound vague or flippant.
Title Page Information:
2. Abstract a. Write
a well-written paragraph (100–120 words). b. The
Abstract is written last. The content is to be a synopsis of the main findings
of your paper. Consider this paragraph an
abridged version of your full paper. 3. Body Paragraphs
& Headings To ensure that your paper meets the requirements of
the rubric, the following elements must be
clearly identified with headings. Introduction a. Although
not labeled with a heading on your paper, this section will introduce your
topic and provide your specific research question that will be developed
throughout the paper (250 words). b. Discuss
why you chose this particular college and provide a brief history of the
college. Give a broad overview of the scope of the work you are reviewing.
practice is to place the research question at the end of the introduction. In doing so, you
are creating a transition for the rest of the paper that supports your topic. Importance
did you choose this topic?
interested you in this topic? c. Do
you have any history with this topic?
is this topic significant or worthwhile to study? b. What,
if anything, can be learned from this topic? Impact
does this topic relate to current practices?
important questions are answered/addressed/discussed
at this present time based on your topic? c. Reflect
on what has been learned from your study? Biblical
a biblical worldview perspective, what are the issues this topic presents? b. Offer
alternative ideas which incorporate a solid biblical-worldview perspective. The
use of Scripture is appropriate in this section. Conclusion
conclusion must relate to the introduction in some way so that your paper
your introduction included a metaphor, quote, theme, etc., you may integrate that content again.
minimum of 250 words is expected.
1. References Use the following:
college’s website will be your primary source
additional resources as your secondary resources as appropriate · The Bible
For citing religious texts include the
translation (in italics), original translation date/republished date, and the
passage reference (e.g., (New American Standard, 1960/1995, 1 Peter 1:1)). Reference entry: King
James Bible (2017). King James Bible Online.
https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/ (Original work published 1769)
journals · Books you have read that have influenced your worldview or educational philosophy
not use Wikipedia or other wiki-type pages as sources in an academic paper. Because
it is an open environment, the information is constantly being changed by
registered users and is not always reliable.
at least 2 scholarly references, including a primary source (the college’s
historical website) and a secondary source. 4. Point of View When writing in current APA style, you may use the first-person point of view when
discussing your opinions or what you have
learned from writing your paper (“I learned…”). 5. Tense Current APA style requires authors to use the past
tense or present perfect tense when using signal phrases to describe earlier
research; for example, “Jones (1998) found…” or “Jones (1998) has found…”
6. Pronoun Usage
Common writing problems include pronoun-antecedent
agreement and the gender issue of “he or she.”
7. Gender Issue If you repeatedly use singular antecedents and follow
them up with masculine pronouns, this technique is considered sexist. For
example, “Each teacher should manage his own classroom.” Also problematic is if
you redundantly use “he or she” and “his or her.” (Do not use “he/she” or
“his/her.”) 8. Pronoun-Antecedent
Agreement a. Pronouns
must agree in number with their antecedents. It is incorrect to write, “Each
teacher [singular] should manage their [plural] own classroom.”
b. To assist in avoiding both of these problems, it is recommended that you write in plural as
consistently as possible. For instance, use students, principals, teachers,
parents, schools, etc., instead of their singular counterparts. Follow these
antecedents up with “they” or “their.” This avoids the gender issue altogether.
you find that you must use a singular, you may periodically use “he or she” or simply restructure the sentence to
avoid the “he or she” if possible. Rare use of this phrase is acceptable.
9. Academic Integrity
Plagiarized papers will be rejected. The following
tips will help you avoid any problems with plagiarism:
a. Direct Quotations:
more than 10 percent of your paper may be made up of direct quotations. Short
quotations must be in quotation marks, and longer quotations must be indented.
If you do not set off direct quotations in this manner and cite them, you have plagiarized.
b. Ideas and Facts: If the idea or
fact is not your own, you must cite its source. When not directly quoting, you should summarize or analyze the idea in your own words.
will be checked for originality via the TurnItIn plagiarism tool.