1. Picking an article from the choices below and annotating.
2. Research an additional 2 sources different from the articles below
3. Research your topic
4. Find material and sources to support your argument or research paper
5. After and annotating the assigned reading
6. Read the essay prompt (Question) below ( Located in your introduction, thesis, and outline assignment)
7. Start creating an annotated bibliography or work cited page
8. Create an outline
9. Create an introduction paragraph
10. Create a thesis statement (Make sure your thesis is clear)
1. MLA Format
2. Double spaced
3. 12-inch font
4. Cited Work Pageor annotated bibliography
5. Page numbers
6. Check for grammar, punctuation, and spelling
7. 4-5 pages including cited work page on the 6th page only
8. Plagiarism Checker Report
Here are some ideas and questions to consider, but not limited to the following:
· Authors from books, and internet websites
· What are your own perspectives and views on what you have read, or would like to debate?
· Do support your argument or oppose your argument?
· Do you have resources to support your research paper?
· What is your argument?
· What did you find or what are the results?
· What are your opinions?
· Are there any facts to support your argument?
· Clear detailed descriptions and examples?
· Note: Please, do not write your paper by just answering each these questions, the goal is to critically think, incorporate what you have read, analyze, breakdown material, give your own views when completing this assignment.
Gray, Briahna Joy. “The Question of Cultural Appropriation.” Current Affairs, 6 September 2017.https://www.currentaffairs.org/2017/09/the-question-of-cultural-appropriationLinks to an external site.
Kapadia, Jess. “I Still Don’t Understand the Cultural Appropriation of Food.” Medium, 3 June 2017.https://medium.com/@foodrepublic/i-still-dont-understand-the-cultural-appropriation-of-food-d136ff313a8dLinks to an external site.
Nguyen, Viet Thanh. “Arguments over the Appropriation of Culture Have Deep Roots.” Los Angeles Times, 26 September 2016. https://www.latimes.com/books/jacketcopy/la-ca-jc-appropriation-culture-20160926-snap-story.htmlLinks to an external site.