2.TYPED ROUGH DRAFT DUE:   (Three page)

3.TYPED FINAL DRAFT DUE: (Five page minimum not including the works cited page).


A research paper is more than the sum of your sources, more than a collection of different pieces of information, and more than a review of the literature in a field. A research paper analyzes perspectives and argues a point. Your finished paper should present your own thinking supported by others’ ideas and information. In other words, your research paper is an expanded essay that presents your own evaluation, interpretation, and argument on a topic.

Research at least ten sources, and compose a paper focusing on a specific aspect of a particular issue. Considering a research paper is also thesis driven and supported by reliable sources; think of this paper as entering a conversation from a well-informed standpoint.

General guidelines:

  • Choose a topic. Focus on picking a topic from the list below that is interesting and relevant to you. It is best to avoid moral aspects of the topic since they do not support logical discussion.
  • Perform effective and thorough research. Make sure to perform a significant amount of exploration before fully committing to a topic. This is important because you need to make sure there are enough credible sources to support your essay.
  • Analyze the topic by breaking it down into pieces to inspect and understand it. Also, as an academic you do research to become particularly knowledgeable on a topic so that you can reconstruct and present the parts of the topic from your own perspective.
  • Focus your research and answer the topic question presented. The answer to this question is the basis of your working thesis. Remember that the thesis may change slightly as you further investigate and compose your essay. The thesis is the driving point of your argument.
  • Provide necessary background information. Early in the essay, provide a brief overview of your topic for clarification of your argument. Consider that the reader knows little about your topic.
  • Focus on organization and transitions. While organization and transitions are important in any type of essay, they are particularly important in a research paper because it involves multiple reasons and evidence to support the overall thesis. The paper should explain and support several reasons why the argument is valid as well as explain and refute several opposing arguments.
  • Lastly, this is a formal and objective essay and the use of I, you, us, we, or personal anecdotes are not appropriate.


Utilize a wide variety of at least five sources (Book/EBook, scholarly journal, newspapers, magazines, etc.). Note: One source must be peer reviewed/from a scholarly journal.


  • The format must follow MLA guidelines (Refer to Rules for Writers).
  • You should use direct quotations (no more than three lines), paraphrases, or summarizations from your sources. All information from your sources must be properly cited in MLA format.
  • Your essay must have a title, but a separate title page is not necessary.

Choose one from TWO Topics:

  • Should U.S. college students be required to learn a foreign language?
  • Should the NCAA allow colleges to provide remuneration to student athletes for their participation in sports?

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