I am an international student and I need you to write easy vocabularies.
Please ask me If you have questions.
I posted the article for you.
- Times New Roman
- 12 point font
- 1 inch margins
- 3-5 pages
- APA title page
- APA References Page
Learning Outcomes Measured in this Assignment
a. Evaluate source material through practice exercises, assignments, and use of academic resource materials
b. Identify the components of an academic essay’s structure through in-class writing assignments, and writing a full essay.
a. Write summaries, paraphrases, and quotations from different types of original source materials.
b. Produces reflective blog posts.
c. Find suitable sources for an academic essay by using an academic database.
d. Document sources using APA/MLA style in-text citations and references.
e. Develop an academic argumentative essay that uses paraphrases, summaries, and quotations.
a. Correctly apply the rules for APA/MLA formatting.
b. Correctly analyze proper use of sentence types, transitions, and formal grammar using editing skills.
a. Demonstrate appropriate research skills, such as note taking, for use in an academic essay
b. Demonstrate critical thinking skills when organizing, developing, and writing an academic research essay.
Consider some of the following questions as a frame for you paper?
1. Are Richard’s parents or Richard justified in their opinions and decisions?
2. How do you view Richard’s lack of connectivity with his family and his culture?
3. Is it appropriate to abandon one’s native culture/heritage in order to assimilate into a new one?
4. Answer the question in the title “Did it have to happen?”
5. Should parents encourage their children to abandon their native culture and tradition for the prospect of better opportunity?
1. Introduction: a hook that suggests the theme of your paper: it could be a story, a startling statistic, a leading question or quotation. Identifying information that introduced the text that you are responding to [author, date and title]. A brief summary introducing Richard’s story [ it should only be information that the reader needs in order to understand your essay] + a thesis statement that exposes the controlling idea that your essay will uncover.
2. Body paragraphs
a. Each paragraph should have: a mention of 1 controlling idea that answers your thesis: the facts from the text that you are responding to; analysis of those facts and examples; and a conclusion sentence.
b. **Make sure that each paragraph has only 1 idea.
c. **Make sure that every idea expands or reflects back to the thesis statement.
d. ** Make sure that you do not make unsubstantiated claims. If you say something is true, you must give evidence from the text and you have to explain/analyze the connection between the evidence and your claim.
3. Conclusion Paragraph:
a. Summarize the main ideas of your paragraph.
b. It is a good idea in a conclusion to make a connection back to the hook [from the introduction]
c. **Never introduce new ideas in a conclusion.
d. ** Do not introduce new/different examples from the text.
f. Draft your paper.