Compose an Informational Research Essay based on the theme of “Education.” The focus for the essay should originate from ideas you develop after reading the following essay “How computers Change the Way We Think” by Sherry Turtle

Introduction Paragraph

 General information presenting the significance of your topic  Gently lead the reader to the thesis  The last sentence of the introduction should be a clear, direct thesis statement. It should make a specific claim about the educational theme you have chosen to address for the focus of the essay and include three supporting points to be addressed in the body of the essay. Topic Sentence (1st of the three points listed in the thesis)  Context/Transition  Signal Phrase  Direct Quote/Paraphrase (include a citation)  Commentary/Interpretation of the quote  Analysis of quote (How does it prove/relate to the topic of the paragraph?) / Closing sentence Topic Sentence (2nd of the three points listed in the thesis)

 Context/Transition  Signal Phrase  Direct Quote/Paraphrase (include a citation)  Commentary/Interpretation of the quote  Analysis of quote (How does it prove/relate to the topic of the paragraph?) / Closing sentence Topic Sentence (3rd of the three points listed in the thesis)  Context/Transition  Signal Phrase  Direct Quote/Paraphrase (include a citation)  Commentary/Interpretation of the quote  Analysis of quote (How does it prove/relate to the topic of the paragraph?) / Closing sentence Conclusion  Emphasize the main idea of the thesis statement.  Answer the question: SO WHAT? (Leave the reader with the significance of why this topic/idea matters.) Basic Requirements • MLA Format (8th edition) • Three sources total (one *“primary” source from the story I ask you to read and two secondary sources from library databases) *Primary Source : o “How Computers Change the Way We Think” by Sherry Turkle • Direct quotes must be supplemented with paraphrase Each source must be referenced at least once in the essay. Include at least (2) direct quotes and one (1) paraphrase. Sources may be referenced more than once, yet avoid referencing source material too much. Sources should be used to support your own ideas, the driving force of the essay. • Works Cited Page (paginated consecutively) • Length: six-seven (6-7) complete pages. This page count excludes the Works Cited. • Formal Writing Voice

 

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