Title : How Exercise Impacts Health and Aging
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Step 1: Write an annotated bibliography. Each of the 10 citations in your reference list should be followed by a brief (about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph explaining how this source will help to develop your paper. For more information on creating an annotated bibliography, visit: http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm .
Also see the UMUC guide Annotated Bibliography -APA style
Submit your annotated bibliography of 10 references to the Assignments tab by the end of Week 3.
Step 2: Formulate a thesis statement and an outline for your paper. For information on creating a thesis statement, see Effective Writing Center pages with links to writing an essay.
Create a paper outline using the following format:
Research Paper Title
I. Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement. For more information, see: Prewriting and Outline
II. Body: Main points and articles your will use to support your point.
A. Main point 1 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)
B. Main point 2 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)
C. Main point 3 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)
III. Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points. For more information, see:
Writing the conclusion
Submit your thesis statement and outline to the Assignments Folder by the end of Week 4.
Step 3: Write a 6-8 page final draft of your paper, including the following:
Title page: Provide the title of the paper, your name, and the course and section
Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement
Body: Identify and develop each main point in an organized, clear manner, using in-text citations. Discuss possible solutions to the issue.
Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points.
Reference list: Incorporate revisions from Step 1