UMGC Wk 6 Long Term Effects o

Instructions

Task:       Write a research paper using evidence to support a thesis that addresses your research question examining a current issue or event in the news from the perspective of your field of study. The audience is people who are generally educated but do not have extensive knowledge of your field or topic.

Length:   At least 2000 words

Sources: Minimum of 6. At least 3 of these must be from scholarly journals, and all sources should be selected based on reliability, currency, and level of information/analysis. The UMGC library will be very useful in helping you find appropriate sources. You can, but do not have to, include all of the sources from your annotated bibliography.

Due date and revision: The first draft of the research paper is due by the end of Week 5. Submit your draft as an attachment (Microsoft Word is preferred) to this assignment folder. This should be as complete a draft as possible, in order to receive the most helpful feedback. In working on your draft, you may want to look at the rubric that will ultimately be used to grade your final paper. You can see it when viewing these instructions through the Assignments area of the classroom.

During Week 6, you will receive feedback on your draft.

You will then revise your paper and submit it by the end of Week 7 to the folder “Assignment 3: Research Paper, revised draft.” This version will be graded using the rubric and will count for 35% of your course grade.

Your instructor may or may not complete the rubric for your first draft, but only the grade on your revised paper will count toward your course grade.

Outcomes you should achieve by completing this assignment

The outcomes for this assignment are listed below, with the associated course outcomes in parentheses:

Use research to write a paper that will inform or persuade an audience (Course outcome 1)

Form unified, coherent, and well-supported paragraphs in support of the thesis statement (Course outcome 2)

Select sources, use them to inform and support your writing, and document them in APA style (Course outcome 4)

Demonstrate accurate grammar and mechanics in writing (Course outcome 3)

Participate in the process of receiving feedback and revising your writing (Course outcome 1)

Topic

This paper is the culmination of your research project, in which you are examining a current issue or event in the news from the perspective of your field of study. Before drafting your paper, you will have chosen a topic, developed a research question, and identified several potential sources in an annotated bibliography. You should write on the same topic for this paper, unless your professor has asked you to make changes to your topic.

Organizing and supporting your paper

As you write your paper, be sure to include the following:

an engaging introductory paragraph that includes an effective and clear thesis statement

any definition of terms or background information that your reader is likely to need to understand your paper

focused body paragraphs that begin with topic sentences and use effective transitions. This is where you will support the thesis using arguments and evidence.

a concluding paragraph that reiterates the thesis, summarizes key points of the paper, and leaves the reader with the “So what?”

Research is a key element of this paper. Take care to support your claims with research throughout the paper. 

My research question is, How does college debt affect future life choices of students?. In this research question, I will narrow down my research to the students ,their challenges and the long term effects.

RESEARCH TOPICS

1. Individuals and the systemic factor that contributed to student debt.

2. Challenges student face as they prepare to pay college debt.

3. Long term effects (both positive and negative) of college debt on students life choice 

THESIS: College debt is contributed to by both individuals and systemic factors that lead to the students having challenges as they prepare to pay college debt, which has both positive and negative long term effects on students’ life choice.

TOPIC SENTENCES

To begin, there are individual and systematic factors contributing to student debt.

Moreover, as students prepare to pay their college debt they face challenges in the process.

Lastly, given every student has their life choices, college debt has both negative and positive long term effects to those choices. 

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