Socially Significant Person
Topic: Each student will pick one historically or socially significant person, place, event, or thing, (past or present) that has made a significant impact on society. People simply famous for being famous are not suitable. People, places, events, or things should be famous enough that ample resources concerning them are available. This includes respected resources such as biographies, autobiographies, other scholarly books, articles in magazines or journals, or a post from a respected web site (.com, .org, or .edu). Note: Wikipedia is not a respected or reliable source and cannot be used as one of your primary sources. Each research paper must include: A strong thesis statement—you are trying to convince the reader why they should know about this person, place, thing, or event. Context: Help the audience understand background information by answering the following questions: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? Convincing evidence of your topic’s relevance and ultimate importance—why should your audience care about this topic—how does it relate to them? Supportive information with at least 1 direct quote, and a combination of paraphrasing and summarizing citing at least 5 separate reliable sources. (Only one web site and 4 Print—this can include print sources found online through the search engine Galileo) Parenthetical (in text) citations using MLA format style. Works Cited page in MLA format with at least 5 different sources-only one web site. Basic Content Structure: Introduction, Body (Arguments), Summation/Conclusions
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