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Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for

Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for your analysis. Be sure to do BOTH parts of the discussion to be eligible for full credit.
Part 1 – Traits of Academic Writing
In her article in Teaching English in the Two Year College, Teresa Thonney outlines six standard features of academic writing:
Writers respond to what others have said about their topic.
Writers state the value of their work and announce the plan for their papers.
Writers acknowledge that others might disagree with the position they’ve taken.
Writers adopt a voice of authority.
Writers use academic and discipline specific vocabulary.
Writers emphasize evidence, often in tables, graphs, and images. (348)
To complete this week’s discussion, go to this site: APUS Digital Commons@APUS Site. There you have two choices for this assignment; you can look at student papers or faculty papers. The direct links to those two choices are shown here:
Student papers (Master’s Capstone Theses)
Faculty papers (Collections, Faculty Publications Collection)
Find a paper that is related to your topic. You can choose either a student or faculty paper. If you don’t find a paper on your topic, just choose one that interests you. You may see the abstract of a paper and can download the paper to read it. As you read the paper, pay close attention to the six features of academic writing noted above. Which standards are present the paper? What standards (if any) are missing? How does the presence or absence of these standards affect the quality of the paper?
To help us locate the papers you have analyzed, be sure to provide the paper’s title and recommended citation found on the paper’s website.
Part 2 – Source Evaluation
BELOW IS THE ARTICLE LINK FOE PART 2
https://pubsonline.informs.org/doi/abs/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
NAME OF THE ARTICLE
A Game-Theoretic Approach for Regulating Hazmat Transportation
Lucio Bianco, Massimiliano Caramia, Stefano Giordani, Veronica Piccialli
Published Online:9 Jun 2015https://doi.org/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
For the second part of this discussion, find an article from the APUS Library on your topic and evaluate the source based on the criteria below. Be sure to include the citation for the article, as well as a link so we can look at it.
Title of Article (including proper citation and URL so we can find it)
Peer-reviewed Journal: Is the article from a peer-reviewed journal at APUS Library?
Credible Author: How or why should the author should be considered an expert on your chosen topic?
Reliable Publisher: Who is the publisher? What is the publisher’s reputation? Has this source been published by a scholarly or peer-reviewed press? Is this source available in trusted archives, such as subscription databases? If this is from a website, how reliable is that website?
Accuracy: Does the information seem to be accurate? Does the information correspond with or contradict information found in sources known to be reliable? Has the information been peer-reviewed? Is there a reference list available so you can verify the information? Are there any factual errors, statistical flaws, or faulty conclusions?
Current Information: Is the material up to date? If it is from a website, when was it last updated
Objectivity (Bias): Are all sides of the issue/topic treated fairly? Do you detect any bias? (For instance, is the author connected to any institution or foundation that might be paying him, which could suggest bias?) Who is paying to have the work published? If a website has an org or com suffix, it is likely that there is an agenda/stance and this limits objectivity.
This is a discussion post so it doesn’t have to be over 250 words
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Discipline: College writing and research

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Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a cert

Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a certain person for each category for example mom for one and dad for the other and it needs . In the picture of notes at the bottom of the page there’s meaning for the word Transformational that the words Cherismotre and Innovative if they were like together for the both of compare and contrast.
The introduction include a hook and transition to the thesis stamens. The thesis statement names the topic of the essay, is users at blue places within the paragraph and outlines the main points to be discussed.
Each of the body paragraphs includes a creative and well written topic sentence with supporting details, and smooth transitions. The essay uses a pattern of organization appropriate for compare/ contrast writing.
The paragraphs include all of the necessary points that support the thesis statement he ideas are presented in a balanced and reasonable way. One side is not represented more than the other.
The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader firmly understanding the writers position. There is an effective restatement of the thesis statement.
Author makes almost no errors in grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract the reader from the content.

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I need a research paper based on a survey that I have attached below. I have ins

I need a research paper based on a survey that I have attached below. I have inserter the guidelines for the research paper and an example. I need a poster and i have inserted below the guidelines of it
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Discipline: Research Writing Technique

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Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for

Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for your analysis. Be sure to do BOTH parts of the discussion to be eligible for full credit.
Part 1 – Traits of Academic Writing
In her article in Teaching English in the Two Year College, Teresa Thonney outlines six standard features of academic writing:
Writers respond to what others have said about their topic.
Writers state the value of their work and announce the plan for their papers.
Writers acknowledge that others might disagree with the position they’ve taken.
Writers adopt a voice of authority.
Writers use academic and discipline specific vocabulary.
Writers emphasize evidence, often in tables, graphs, and images. (348)
To complete this week’s discussion, go to this site: APUS Digital Commons@APUS Site. There you have two choices for this assignment; you can look at student papers or faculty papers. The direct links to those two choices are shown here:
Student papers (Master’s Capstone Theses)
Faculty papers (Collections, Faculty Publications Collection)
Find a paper that is related to your topic. You can choose either a student or faculty paper. If you don’t find a paper on your topic, just choose one that interests you. You may see the abstract of a paper and can download the paper to read it. As you read the paper, pay close attention to the six features of academic writing noted above. Which standards are present the paper? What standards (if any) are missing? How does the presence or absence of these standards affect the quality of the paper?
To help us locate the papers you have analyzed, be sure to provide the paper’s title and recommended citation found on the paper’s website.
Part 2 – Source Evaluation
BELOW IS THE ARTICLE LINK FOE PART 2
https://pubsonline.informs.org/doi/abs/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
NAME OF THE ARTICLE
A Game-Theoretic Approach for Regulating Hazmat Transportation
Lucio Bianco, Massimiliano Caramia, Stefano Giordani, Veronica Piccialli
Published Online:9 Jun 2015https://doi.org/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
For the second part of this discussion, find an article from the APUS Library on your topic and evaluate the source based on the criteria below. Be sure to include the citation for the article, as well as a link so we can look at it.
Title of Article (including proper citation and URL so we can find it)
Peer-reviewed Journal: Is the article from a peer-reviewed journal at APUS Library?
Credible Author: How or why should the author should be considered an expert on your chosen topic?
Reliable Publisher: Who is the publisher? What is the publisher’s reputation? Has this source been published by a scholarly or peer-reviewed press? Is this source available in trusted archives, such as subscription databases? If this is from a website, how reliable is that website?
Accuracy: Does the information seem to be accurate? Does the information correspond with or contradict information found in sources known to be reliable? Has the information been peer-reviewed? Is there a reference list available so you can verify the information? Are there any factual errors, statistical flaws, or faulty conclusions?
Current Information: Is the material up to date? If it is from a website, when was it last updated
Objectivity (Bias): Are all sides of the issue/topic treated fairly? Do you detect any bias? (For instance, is the author connected to any institution or foundation that might be paying him, which could suggest bias?) Who is paying to have the work published? If a website has an org or com suffix, it is likely that there is an agenda/stance and this limits objectivity.
This is a discussion post so it doesn’t have to be over 250 words
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Discipline: College writing and research

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I completed 4 pages and i need a total of 6, so if you could really . if you cou

I completed 4 pages and i need a total of 6, so if you could really . if you could revise and reconstruct my intro because it 1/4 of the total grade. I attached all my academic sources and data collected. if you could make it 7 pages.
I also attached an email from the DEAN on the new changes that will be implemented.
It’s a comparison into community college academic success and tutoring.

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Paper is about one flew over the cuckoos nest. Theme: completing a rite of passa

Paper is about one flew over the cuckoos nest.
Theme: completing a rite of passage may be destructive to the participant
Rite of passage: from being oppressed to no longer being oppressed
Essay has to have 7 paragraphs
1. Intro
2. Initial and final state
3. Separation phase
4. Liminal phase
5. Incorporation phase
6. The rite of passage
7. Conclusion
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Format: Other:See paper instructions

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Instead of an intro paragraph: – List 3 sources as full citations (MLA) – Includ

Instead of an intro paragraph:
– List 3 sources as full citations (MLA)
– Include URL link of each source
Questions that help for better Analysis:
– Does the topic sentence clarify the theme of evidence and say why it matter?
– Where do you find specific detailed evidence?
– Where do you find the writer’s interpretation and analysis of that evidence?
– Do the final 1-2 sentences draw an interesting conclusion from that evidence + analysis

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Attached are the instructions/rubric, the chosen beautiful words, and an epub co

Attached are the instructions/rubric, the chosen beautiful words, and an epub copy of the book to be used “If They Come for Us”
It would also be helpful if you can use the terminology for sentences like:
Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex, Periodic, Loose sentences for the author’s style.

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The source is being made into a power point. Please answer the question with tha

The source is being made into a power point. Please answer the question with that in mind. Any questions please reach out

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1. Please Read Research Essay Guidlines and Rubics, Reseach Essay Questions and

1. Please Read Research Essay Guidlines and Rubics, Reseach Essay Questions and Annotated Bibliography for Instructions and construction of the Reasearch Paper.
Also please make sure to follow these additional instructions as well:
✓ An APA Title Page
✓ Page numbers
✓ A common, legible, 11- or 12-point font
✓ Double spaced
✓ Indents at the beginning of each new paragraph
✓ In-text citations in APA format
✓ A reference page in APA format