Hist 1301 Class Book: The American Yawp Need at least 6 sources.
INTRODUCTION & THESIS: Includes a clear thesis statement, an assertion or position. Topic is original and manageable in a short research paper. /points 20
FOCUS AND DEVELOPMENT: Body of the essay focuses on this thesis and develops it fully, recognizing the complexity of issues and refuting arguments in opposition to the thesis. /points 30
SUPPORT AND SYNTHESIS: Uses sufficient and relevant evidence to support the thesis (and primary points), including facts, inferences, and judgments. This is accomplished through direct quotes and/or paraphrases used accurately and effectively –appropriately including introducing and explaining each citation. Meets the minimum required number of sources of 6-8. /points 50
LENGTH REQUIREMENT: The length requirement for this documented research paper is 1500-2000 words in length or 6-8 pages double-spaced, Times New Roman 12-point font. Note: The 6-8 pages do not include the Cover page or the Works Cited pages. Note: Before beginning this assignment, read through the information under the topic Scholastic Honesty. In particular, pay attention to the prescriptions concerning plagiarism. /points – 50
RESOURCES: Shows a clear understanding of the sources; has evaluated each source and used it appropriately. /points10
CONVENTIONS: Uses MLA format correctly; includes internal citations and a Works Cited list; is free of errors. /points 10
CORRECTNESS AND STYLE: Introduces the topic in an interesting way; shows critical thinking and depth of understanding; uses appropriate tone; shows sophistication in language usage and sentence structure. /points 30
Requirements: | .doc file | MLA | Thesis Paper | 7 pages, Double spaced
Education is an essential component of every person, regardless of being a girl or a boy. It helps a person become smarter and learn new things and facts around the world. Parents should give their children an equal opportunity to access education regardless of their gender. For a long time, women have been discriminated against by their male counterparts in all aspects, including access to education, wealth, better jobs, and so on. Since ancient times, society did not put a lot of emphasis on educating the girl child. In other words, girls were perceived as the tool to marry, bear, and raise children while caring for home activities. Compared to the boys, girls were only educated on basic issues that were intended to helps them in their marriage life. In most societies across the world, they believe that women are not supposed to be educated and whoever caught educating them faces grave consequences.