• April 7th, 2016

Annotated timeline of Electromagnetism

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements

Create an annotated timeline (a list of specific events/discoveries put into chronological order with a brief description for each event/discovery) to illustrate how our understanding of this electromagnetism has changed over time.

1.  Write an introduction for the annotated timeline including the following:
a.  Identify the topic of the paper as being related to our understanding electromagnetism, using a clear thesis statement.
b.  Describe the scientific concept identified above using at least three major and two minor points.

2.  Identify 6 historical events or discoveries related to electromagnetism that illustrate how the understanding of the concept has changed over time.

3.  Provide an annotation for EACH historical event or discovery identified above Part 2, including the following:
a.  A summary of the significant historical details of the event and/or discovery including:
I. When the event occurred
II. What happened
III. Who was involved
IV. Where it occurred
b.  An explanation of how the event or discovery impacted scientific thinking at that time.

4.  Write a conclusion for your annotated timeline that includes a description of how this scientific concept continues to be studied by scientists today

5.  Include at least four academically appropriate sources.
a. Academically appropriate means the following: A scientific, professional, or otherwise reputable book, textbook, journal, magazine, newspaper, or online source provided and maintained by a professional, academic, or otherwise reputable organization (e.g., websites of government agencies, national laboratories, professional and engineering societies, or universities; and other encyclopedias).

6.  For sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

7. The paper must include a corresponding reference list for any direct quotes or paraphrasing. It is not necessary to list sources that were consulted if they have not been quoted or paraphrased in the text of the paper or project.

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