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ENG 147 Entire Course

ENG 147 Week 1 Topic Selection Reflection
Instructions
Refer to Ch. 1 of the Bedford Researcher to review information on selecting a research topic.
Reflect on topics you reviewed in the Opposing Viewpoints in Context database in this week's "Explore Possible Topics" Learning Activity.
Complete all sections of the Topic Selection Reflection worksheet located to your right under the Materials heading.
Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.
Note. You can continue to access the Opposing Viewpoints in Context database by going to the University Library, selecting Specialized Resources, and then clicking on Opposing Viewpoints in Context.

Topic Selection Reflection

Answer the following questions for your ENG/147 final paper. Your response to each question should be at least 50 to 75 words.

1. Based on your exploration of the Opposing Viewpoints in Context database, what topic are you considering? Explain. Note. It is fine if your topic is a general one, as you will narrow it down in Week 2.

2. Why have you selected this topic? What interests you academically or personally about your topic?

3. What do you already know about the topic?

4. What questions about this topic would you like to investigate?

5. What challenges do you anticipate as you consider the writing process?

ENG 147 Week 2 Narrow Your Topic Worksheet
Instructions
Review instructor feedback from your previous week's assignment.
Review Ch. 2 of The Bedford Researcher for techniques on how to narrow down the research topic you selected in Week 1.
Complete all sections of the Narrow Your Topic Worksheet located to your right under theMaterials heading.
Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.

Narrow Your Topic Worksheet
Part One
Review Ch. 2 of The Bedford Researcher for techniques on how to narrow down the research topic you selected in Week 1.

Explain in 50 to 75 words how you will narrow your topic. State your revised topic and describe what processes from the text you used to help you narrow it down. Write in complete sentences to continue practicing the sentence building skills you have learned in this week’s activities.

Part Two

Find two University Library sources that relate to your topic and could be used as research sources for your final paper. Complete the following forms:
Source #1
Author(s) names:
Article title:
Date written or published:
Journal or publication title:
Issue number and/or volume number (if provided):
Database name:
URL (web address) or doi number:
Provide a 3- or 4-sentence description of the article and how it relates to your topic.

Source #2
Author(s) names:
Article title:
Date written or published:
Journal or publication title:
Issue number and/or volume number (if provided):
Database name:
URL (web address) or doi number:
Provide a 3- or 4-sentence description of the article and how it relates to your topic.


ENG 147 Week 3 Thesis Statement and Outline
Instructions
Review instructor feedback from your previous week's assignment and any feedback from class discussions.
Complete one of the following options: Option A or Option B.
Option A
Complete the Thesis Statement and Outline worksheet located to your right under theMaterials heading.
Include the following:
• Thesis statement
• Three main points
• At least two subpoints (A and B) under each main point
Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.
Option B
Complete a visual essay map by clicking on the link to this resource under the Materialsheading.
Include the following:
• Thesis statement (type this in the Introduction box)
• Three main ideas
• At least two supporting details for each main idea
Submit your visual essay map to the Assignment Files tab.
Thesis Statement and Outline


Complete the following outline. Items in bold are required. The remaining items are optional, but remember that the more detail you include on the outline, the easier the paper will be to draft!


Thesis statement:

I. First body paragraph topic:
A. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
B. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
II. Second body paragraph topic:
A. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
B. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
III. Third body paragraph topic:
A. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
B. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
IV. Fourth body paragraph topic (if needed)
A. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:
B. Supporting detail:
1. Subdetail:
2. Subdetail:

ENG 147 Week 4 APA Reference & Citation Worksheet
Instructions
Review instructor feedback from your previous week's assignment.
Refer to the "How to Use the Reference and Citation Generator" video for additional help.
Complete all sections of the APA Reference & Citation Worksheet located to your right under the Materials heading. (Click on the link to the Reference and Citation Generator tool also under the Materials heading for direct access to the tool itself.)
Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.
APA Reference and Citation Worksheet

Use the Center for Writing Excellence’s Reference and Citation Generator (https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/cwe/citation_generator/), located under the APA Information heading in the CWE’s Tutorials and Guides section, to generate references and citations for two articles from the University of Phoenix library.

You can use the two library sources that you chose for the Week 2 assignment if you still plan to use them in your final paper, or you can select two new sources that you have found in the library to use instead.

An example is provided for your review.
Example:
a. Use the generator to produce an APA-formatted reference for a source you will use in your paper. This source should be from the University Library. Paste the reference below.

Jones, D. P., & Snow, F. (2013). APA matters: A guide for the confused. Journal of Teaching Methods, 5(34), 5–9.

b. Paste the examples provided by the generator to show possible in-text citations for this reference.


1. Insert the paraphrased material (Jones & Snow, 2013).
2. Jones and Snow (2013) Insert the paraphrased material.
3. According to Jones and Snow (2013) “Insert the quotation” (p. 6).
Your Turn:
1a. Use the generator to produce an APA-formatted reference for a source you will use in your paper. This source should be from the University Library. Paste the reference below. 1b. Paste the examples provided by the generator to show possible in-text citations for this reference.


2a. Use the generator to produce a second APA-formatted reference for a source you will use in your paper. This source should be from the University Library. Paste the reference below. 2b. Paste the examples provided by the generator to show possible in-text citations for this reference.



ENG 147 Week 5 Body Paragraph Draft
Instructions
Review instructor feedback from your previous week's assignment.
Use the APA Body Paragraph Template, located to your right under the Materials heading, to draft the body paragraphs for your final essay, due in Week 7.
You do not need to include the introduction and conclusion paragraphs this week, as you will be working on those next week.
Write at least one paragraph for each one of the three supporting points of your thesis statement. Each paragraph should be 5 to 7 sentences long and begin with a topic sentence and include at least two additional details to support the topic.
Include at least one paraphrase and one quotation from your research sources using the techniques covered in this week's materials. Include an APA in-text citation after each quotation and paraphrase.
Add your sources to the Reference list at the end of the paper. If you are using the same sources, you can paste the references that you generated for your Week 4 assignment.
Refer to the Paragraph Checklist (also attached under the Materials heading to your right) to review necessary items and make any needed revisions.
Submit your paper to the Plagiarism Checker in the University of Phoenix Center for Writing Excellence. Take a screenshot or download a copy of your results.
Submit your Body Paragraph Draft, along with a screenshot or copy of the Plagiarism Checker report, to the Assignment Files tab as a Microsoft® Word document.

ENG 147 Week 6 Completing the Essay Worksheet
Instructions
Review instructor feedback from your previous week's assignment.
Complete all sections of the Completing the Essay Worksheet located to your right under theMaterials heading.
Refer to this week's readings for additional help.
Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.

Completing the Essay Worksheet

Answer the following questions to help complete your final essay:

1. Draft an introduction for your essay based on the best practices you studied this week. Your introductory paragraph should be 5 to 7 sentences. Remember: Your introduction should include a hook to capture the attention of your audience and the last sentence of your introductory paragraph must be your thesis statement.

2. Draft a conclusion for your essay based on the best practices you studied this week. Your paragraph should be 5 to 7 sentences.

3. How will you use the feedback you received on your Week 5 body paragraph draft assignment to revise your paper as you get ready for your final submission in Week 7? If you did not submit your Week 5 assignment, summarize one goal you have for revising your paper in Week 7. Explain in 2 or 3 sentences.

ENG 147 Week 7 Final Essay
Instructions
Review all previous weeks' essay assignments and instructor feedback.
Review sections 17c and 17d from Ch. 17 of The Bedford Researcher for editing tips.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word essay (not counting title or reference page material) about the topic of your choice. Incorporate at least two research sources.
Use the APA Final Paper Template (located under the Materials heading to your right) to help format your final paper in APA format. You will combine your body paragraphs, introduction, conclusion, and references into the provided template.
The final essay must contain the following:
• APA title page
• An introductory paragraph
• Three to four main body paragraphs
• A conclusion paragraph
• At least one direct quote of fewer than 30 words
• At least one paraphrased source
• APA reference page at the end of the paper including at least two sources
Submit your paper to the WritePoint® Powered by Grammarly® tool in the Center for Writing Excellence and take a screenshot or download a copy of your results. Use the results to help you edit your paper.
Refer to the Editing, Revision, and APA Checklists for additional help with your final revisions.
Submit your completed essay, along with a copy or screenshot of your WritePoint® results for the submitted essay, to the Assignment Files tab.
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