I attached the screenshots of the rubrics, feedback of professor and the template to help you format and organize Research Project First Draft. It already includes all of the formatting and layout requirements of APA @ Conestoga style. Just replace the text that is already in the document with your own material. Subject comm reading and writing.
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Submit to: The Research Project First Draft submission folder. Submission folders can be accessed by selecting Course Tools and then Assignments on the course navigation bar.
Use the feedback you have received in response to your Research Project Outline and Research Project Self-Assessment to prepare a first draft of your research project. This first draft represents an initial attempt to complete the project, so it is written in fully developed sentences and paragraphs, includes all necessary text references and citations, and follows the appropriate academic style guide. Be sure to carefully read the rubric and feedback you receive in response to this First Draft, because it will be your last opportunity to get your instructor’s input on your work before you submit the Final Draft.
This assignment will evaluate the following course learning outcomes:
- Apply appropriate academic style guidelines in written texts to credit sources of information and model academic integrity.
- Organize main ideas and supporting information using logical structures to communicate clearly and convincingly in academic or professional writing contexts.
- Select relevant and credible sources of information to answer questions, solve problems, and support interpretations.
- Combine critical thinking and information from secondary sources to produce writing that is capable of answering questions and/or solving problems relevant to academic or professional applications.
- Develop a research project through various preliminary stages to acquire constructive feedback, perform self-assessment, and incorporate revisions to produce a final written draft that meets the expectations of audience and purpose.
- Read the feedback you received on the Research Project Outline and Research Project Self-Assessment.
- Use your knowledge of academic style guidelines, thesis statements, introductory and concluding paragraphs, paragraph structure, integrating research and documenting text references to assemble a fully-developed analysis. Your goal is to produce a draft that is as complete and successful as possible, requiring as little subsequent revision as possible.
- Use the Rubric for Research Project First Draft as a checklist to make sure you have met the assignment expectations before you proceed to upload your work. If you are submitting your work ahead of the due date, you should also check the Turnitin Originality Report that will be automatically generated when you upload your file to the submission folder.
- Check the course page later in the week to view your instructor’s feedback.
- The first draft should meet a minimum length of approximately 1000-1200 words.
- It should include a title page and references page according to the appropriate style guidelines.
- Highlight or underline your thesis statement so your instructor can identify it easily.
- At least three text references from different sources are required.
- Write in full sentences and paragraphs.
- The first draft should be on the same topic and address the same research question as the outline. Your teacher may request an academic integrity consultation if you submit a first draft that is entirely different than the preceding proposal / outline, without advance discussion and approval.
How Your Assignment Will be Graded
A rubric has been created and can be found attached to the submission folder. Submission folders can be accessed by selecting Course Tools and then Assignments on the course navigation bar.
Unless otherwise stated, your assignment will be graded seven business days after it is due. See your Instructional Plan for the late policy.
I attached the screenshots of the rubrics, feedback of professor and the template to help you format and organize Research Project First Draft. It already includes all of the formatting and layout re
The Title is Bold, Centred, and in Title Case Student Name Student Number Affiliation (program name), Conestoga College Course Name/Code Course Instructor The Title is Bold, Centred, and in Title Case We do not need to use a section heading for the introduction. Margins are set at 2.54 centimetres (1 inch), and the first line of every paragraph is indented using the “tab” key, which is set to half the size of the margin. The entire essay, including the references page is double-spaced. The font for the whole essay, including the reference page is 12-point Arial (other fonts may be acceptable–see the [email protected] webpage for details). The thesis statement is, most often, found at the end of the introduction paragraph. The thesis statement comprises the writer’s opinion/point-of-view/argument plus—and this is very important—clear expressions of the main ideas the writer will use to explore and develop the thesis. For an essay this size, these main ideas should match the level one headings. Level One Heading The level one heading is centred, bold, and uses title case (all the ‘big’ words are capitalized). Again, the font is the same for the whole essay, including the level headings. Remember, the first line of every paragraph must be indented. This template has already been set up to indent the first line of each paragraph, so all you need to do is hit ‘enter’ when you want a new paragraph. In order for the formatting to work, please start typing at the start of this paragraph and delete the rest of this text (only keep your text). Level Two Heading The only difference between the Level 1 Heading and the Level 2 Heading is that level two is left justified instead of centered. Notice the headings are not indented. Like the Level 1 Heading, Level 2 is bold, and uses title case (all the ‘big’ words are capitalized). Level three heading The only difference between Level 3 and the Level 2 is that the Level 3 Heading is in italics. References Use the Refences Page style above to automatically apply the hanging indent and double-spaced format required on the references page. Note: you will have to add italics as necessary, and you will have to arrange your references in alphabetical order. Remember, the word “References” is a Level 1 heading, and it starts on a new page.