Compare The american reactions to the attacks on pearl Harbour and the 9/11 tourist attack In this assignment, you will create and submit a draft of your research paper using your annotated bibliography and outline. Your paper should effectively articulate the points that you want to make within it. In order to demonstrate such effectiveness, please consider the following questions: Is the paper thesis driven? The entire paper should address your thesis. Are scholarly, relevant sources used appropriately throughout the essay and cited correctly? Your paper should be written in the past tense since historical events happened in the past. Avoid vague generalizations. Don’t use phrases like “people always say…” or “it was always this way…” Be specific and detail-oriented. Is the essay logically organized? Avoid presentism. Do not relate historic events to the present. Research the past and discuss the issues during that period of time. Keep everything in chronological order. Does the essay contain all of the elements of an effective essay? (e.g., thesis statement, introductory paragraph, body paragraphs, closing paragraph) In your draft, have you developed a clear thesis statement/idea that explains what you are telling and why? In your introduction paragraph, do you cover all the points you will make in the rest of the paper? The reader should be able to outline your paper from the thesis and introduction. Has the essay clearly undergone the steps of the writing process? The draft research paper should contain at least 600 words, not counting the cover page, notes, footnotes, endnotes, or the bibliography page. The paper should contain a hook, a thesis statement, transition sentences, an introduction of the problem or issue, an explanation of the topic’s significance, a debatable claim, three to five paragraphs, and a conclusion. The paragraphs in the body of the paper should each contain three to five sentences and express your ideas clearly with transition sentences that link the ideas in each paragraph to the next. Each paragraph should include sensory details and remain focused on the topic. The conclusion should include a restatement of the thesis sentence, final thoughts, the theme or lesson of the experience, and a closing statement. Make sure you have five or more scholarly sources. The grammar and vocabulary should communicate meaning to the reader with clarity and should be appropriate for academic writing. Please double check for grammar or spelling errors. Chicago Style formatting. Important Do NOT put your name on the document. Your assignment will be anonymously graded. Label your paragraphs by placing the paragraph numbers in brackets at the beginning of the paragraph like this: Composition Title  This is the first line of your first paragraph. It should be indented. Subsequent lines are not indented but the first line of any subsequent paragraph is indented.  As you begin paragraph two, this should be indented as the first sentence to the paragraph. Subsequent lines are not indented.
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