• March 15th, 2016

Police Violence Among African Americans

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The Commentary essay offers you an opportunity to join the conversation surrounding a current, debatable, local or national issue by providing a unique angle or perspective through writing. Although the final Commentary essay is not due until Week 7, it is a good idea to begin thinking about topic selection early. The best way to choose a topic is to spend time reading, listening, and engaging in conversation about a specific issue. By starting this process early, you will give yourself time to ensure that your topic is one that carries enough weight for the final paper. Chosen topics should be focused on debatable issues that are currently in the news, so it is a good idea to spend the early part of class watching your local news, reading the newspaper, or exploring online news websites for topics that might be of interest. As topics come to mind, reach out to your professor to further discuss the viability of your ideas. Following a process approach, we will work on the Commentary essay in stages starting in Week 5. The audience for your Commentary essay is academic in nature. Think of those who are writing and researching your chosen topic as your audience, and remember that you are joining the larger conversation by sharing your position. Your goal will be to provide your readers with a unique angle or fresh perspective on a current topic. Commentary essay should be five full body pages, not including an APA title page and References page. APA style is required for formatting and all referencing, including in-text citation and the end References page. The final Commentary essay is worth 165 points and will be graded on quality of topic, development and organization of ideas to meet the essay purpose and audience needs, use of citations, style, and mechanics. Please review the complete grading rubric in Doc Sharing. The final Commentary essay must include the following requirements: five full body pages, plus an APA title page and references page, written in Microsoft Word 2010 (.docx); APA formatting for font, margins, spacing, running heads, page numbers, and in-text citations; a minimum of three academic sources; and a unique angle that takes a set position on a topic that is currently in the news.

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