Humanities (Langston Hughes and Ray Charles)

 

Humanities (Langston Hughes and Ray Charles)
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION*
This paper is about Langston Hughes and Ray Charles. Below will be instructions and the outline the paper has to be in and the way it should flow.

*THE PAPER OUTLINE*
This paper should be written in traditional research paper format. You will choose two figures from the Humanities (one from the past and one figure from

the present, or a completely different era from the other) and compare and contrast their achievements. Please plan to choose two figures of interest to

you.

Original research paper that is a minimum of 4-5 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 point, with a standard font. In general, pages consist of:
Title Page – Captivating title, your name, title of the course, date.

Body – 4-5 pages in length. Follow this rough outline:

Introduction – introduce subjects – (Remember you are comparing and contrasting two figures from different eras) Bring focus to your study through thesis

statement.
First Point coming out of thesis statement
Support #1 from research
Support #2 from research
Personal observation
Etc.
Second Point coming out of thesis statement
Support #1 from research
Support #2 from research
Personal opinion
Etc.
Third Point (if needed) coming out of thesis statement
Support #1 from research
Support #2 from research
Personal opinion
Etc.
Conclusion – Reiterate (do not simply restate) your thesis. Remember to mention both subjects here and close with a striking point.
References Cited page – in APA format.

Follow APA format for the paper and for citing your sources. APA guidelines are available through the Online Library.
Proper mechanics (clear, concise, and complete sentences and paragraphs), proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Four to five sources for the paper from your research. Please use one or two sources as available from your college’s Online Library. For assistance on

researching in the library, see the Resources tab. Internet resources should be from credible sources.
Use statements and ideas that are your own writing and blend these in with your research. If you want to use actual words from a source, put them in

quotation marks followed by an in-text citation showing that particular source.

 

 

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