MLA Outline and Work Cited page for the Final Research Essay (paper) – Expanding the Displacement Story

MLA Outline and Work Cited page for the Final Research Essay (paper) – Expanding the Displacement Story


Pre-assignment Lesson:

New Essay Structures

This assignment requires an MLA Outline (revised) and Work Cited page for an Argument and Persuasion essay structure that will be used for the Final Research Essay (paper).  Review the required MLA Outline and Work Cited structures presented earlier in the module.  Likewise, make sure to address feedback and comments given to assignment M4D4 prior to completing this assignment.


This Assignment:

Attach  your revised MLA outline and Work Cited page (as an MS Word document) using the structure provided in this lesson.

Required Thesis Statement for this assignment, MLA Outline Draft, MLA Outline submission, and Final Research Essay (paper)

· “Although there may be good reasons to militarily intervene in the Russian-Ukrainian War, the U.S. and its Allies 
should not intervene militarily in Ukraine  
because it may lead to
  (reason  #1), (reason #2), and (reason #3).”

 

· “Although there may be good reasons to militarily intervene in the Israeli-Hamas War, the U.S. and its Allies 
should not intervene militarily in Gaza  
because it may lead to (reason  #1), (reason #2), and (reason #3).”

 

· “Although there may be good reasons to not intervene militarily in the Russian-Ukrainian War, the U.S. and its Allies 
should intervene in Ukraine  
because not doing so may lead to (reason  #1), (reason #2), and (reason #3).”

 

· “Although there may be reasons to not intervene militarily in the  Israeli-Hamas War, the U.S. and its Allies 
should intervene in Gaza  
because not doing so may lead to (reason  #1), (reason #2), and (reason #3).”

 


Recap of Assignment Requirements:

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· Submit MLA Outline as MS Word Document

· Submit MLA Cited Work page

· Peer Review documents of two classmates and place comments.

After attaching your response to this assignment, place the required critiques for two classmates.  Make sure comments to classmates are a brief rhetorical analysis of their post.  DO NOT COMMENT ON THE SUBJECT MATTER, instead analyze how your classmate’s attachment followed instructions, met the structural requirements of the assignment, and give examples of each. Make sure to critique both the MLA Outline and the Work Cited Page.

Do not use first person or second person in your response.  (No: I, me, my, we, us, our, mine, you, your, etc…)  Use MS Word to initially type your response.  Double space the entire response.  Then copy and paste from MSWord to the assignment text box.

Grade Breakdown Per Post:

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· Post: 80% (minimum  words per detail above)

· Two critiques to classmates:20% (Minimum 50 words – as a brief rhetorical analysis)

· Total: 100%

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