English, Literature and Philology
Type of work:
Number of pages:
4 pages = 250/-
High Quality (Normal Charge)
In your introduction, be sure to do the following:
State your topic and your focus (topic = drug problem; focus = opioid epidemic and causes)
Develop an effective strategy for your introduction
State your thesis and make sure it makes a strong argument
Make sure each body paragraph has the following:
A clearly stated topic sentence
At least one direct quote from your sources that includes
an attribution that connects to the WC entry
a signal phrase
a page number if the sources is paginated (a paragraph number otherwise)
You may, of course, have more than one quote per paragraph and/or include paraphrasing so long as it is cited properly. However, remember that the essay should be first and foremost your writing. The sources are there to support you.
your explanation of the quote (never use a quote that you don’t provide commentary for)
Additional observations or examples from your experience and/or research
Discussion and analysis that supports your overall point
You may include graphics–chart, table, or photo.
Make sure each graphic is fully integrated into the text.
Located near the text where it is mentioned/discussed
Includes a caption
Has text flowing around it
Is properly documented
Make sure your conclusion is appropriate for your paper (see NFG 338)
Develop an effective strategy for your conclusion (see NFG 338-342)
State (or restate) your thesis*
Add something to your thesis to answer the “So What” question
Include your Works Cited page with all your sources! An essay without a Works Cited page could be returned to you without a grade or given a zero. An essay that uses sources but doesn’t cite them is plagiarism! Three sources are required for the essay. Random websites are not acceptable sources. Government websites are acceptable, as well as websites from reputable organizations. You may include additional sources, but should not have more than five sources. The essay should be mostly your work with sources used to support the claims you are making.
Students must use quotes from each source in the essay.