TOPIC: this research will focus on the ethics of manipulating movement and behavior in animals through biotechnology.

Please check the following requirement carefully and be sure follow the requirements. There is a sample in the file, format are just like that.

MY EASY STEP FOR YOU:

1. check the file “ewrt2 ctc3”, find the topic and think about what source we need.

2. find source that can support the topic

  • 2 Primary Sources
  • 4 Scholarly Journal Articles (Go to Ebscohost or other library databases)
  • 2 Newspaper or magazine
  • 2 Data-driven/based sources e.g. stats or surveys
  • 2 Web-based Sources
  • 2 Book or e-book
  • 2 Choice Sources

3. check the file “source list liu”, this is an sample essay. format are just like that.

NOTE: check list are in the file I uploaded too.

reading level are here:

How to use:

1. Go to https://datayze.com/readability-analyzer.php (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)

2. Enter in 200+ words from each source to get a reading level score

  • If you are using a TED talk, please use the transcript function to get the 200 words

3. Get the score for the source and add it to Essay #3

4. Repeat for all sources

FOLLOWING ARE THE REQUIREMENTS THAT PROFESSOR ASKED, PLEASE CHECK.

Source Log: Researching the Monster

Background:

Research collection is essential for a good research project! You need to look at a large variety of texts to see the different perspectives, biases, philosophical lenses, and ideas connected to your research topic.

Learning Objectives:

SLO #3: Demonstrate analysis, comparison, synthesis, and documentation of independent research.

Task:

Step 1: For this essay, you will collect 16 sources about your topic and construct a source log.

  • 2 Primary Sources
  • 4 Scholarly Journal Articles (Go to Ebscohost or other library databases)
  • 2 Newspaper or magazine
  • 2 Data-driven/based sources e.g. stats or surveys
  • 2 Web-based Sources
  • 2 Book or e-book
  • 2 Choice Sources

Step 2: You will write an MLA Works Cited for each source.

Step 3: You will discover the reading or audience level of each source.

Step 4: You will complete a CARS Checklist assessment for each source.

Step 5: Identify the source’s argument

Step 6: Include a note about any bias or philosophical perspectives the source expresses.

Step 7: Compile all this info into a Source Log essay that is Alphabetically organized by the MLA Citations and contains all the parts for each source.

Due Dates:

  • Compile your 16 sources on your topic by Wednesday
  • Complete Assessments of 16 Sources with CARS checklist Sunday
  • Submit Final Draft of Source Log by Sunday of Week 4 at 11:59 pm

Connection to Research Project:

  • You will pick 8 sources from this source log that you will use in your research project, Critical Thinking Challenge #5

The Format for Each Entry:

  • Work Cited
  • Reading Level/Audience Level
  • CARS Checklist Score
  • Source’s Argument
  • Note: about any bias or philosophical perspectives the source expresses.

Sample Source Lists

Grading & Feedback:

  • A Source Log rubric will be used to assess your work on the assignment. Please review it carefully before submitting your work to ensure you have met the criteria.
  • Instructor will provide rubric and written feedback within 72-hours

Goal

Research collection is essential for a good research project! You need to look at a large variety of texts to see the different perspectives, biases, philosophical lenses, and ideas connected to your research topic. If you can master these skills, you will be successful beyond the assignment and for all your future research projects in academics or work.

Instructions

Step 1: Review Critical Thinking Challenge #4: Source Log assignment

Step 2: Write the essay & save it as a .pdf or .doc with your name and assignment e.g. aleonard_SourceLog.doc

Step 3: Proofread and check your essay against the assignment requirements

Step 4: Click upload your submission

Step 5: Check back for feedback after 72-hours.

Grading

Your essay will be graded with the attached rubric. Please review the rubric carefully prior to submitting your Essay.

Written feedback will be included on the paper, so please click “view feedback” to make sure you see those comments.

Rubric

The associated rubric will be used to provide a score and feedback–please be sure to review the rubric before starting and before submitting your assignment.

Feedback

This assignment is designed to be a summative assessment–you’ll be able to use the feedback to gauge your understanding of the material in this module. Because the feedback is important, we’ll make every effort to respond to and grade your work within 72 hours of the due date.

Revisions:

Revisions are encouraged for all work scoring below 80%. Be sure to check both your score and the associated comments within Grades. If you choose a revision option, you can revise one essay in the class for a brand new score.

Essay #3 Rubric
Essay #3 Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts

Number of Sources

20.0 pts

Excellent
This was perfectly done & all criteria were met.

15.0 pts

Good
You submitted a source log with 16 sources but some of the criteria was not met.

12.0 pts

Fair
You submitted a source log with 16 sources but some criteria was missing

0.0 pts

Not Met
You submitted a source log but it did not meet the 16 sources.
20.0 pts

MLA Citation

Was your MLA Works Cited and in-text citation correct for each source?

20.0 pts

Excellent
This was perfectly done & all criteria were met.

15.0 pts

Good
You attempted MLA but there are some minor errors.

10.0 pts

Fair
You attempted MLA but there are multiple errors.

0.0 pts

Not Met
Your MLA was not clearly attempted, so you accidentally committed plagiarism.
20.0 pts

Reading Level

Did you provide a reading level for each source?

20.0 pts

Full Marks

15.0 pts

Good
You attempted the Reading Level but there are some minor errors.

10.0 pts

Fair
You attempted the Reading Level but there are multiple errors.

0.0 pts

Not Met
You failed to include a reading level for multiple sources.
20.0 pts

CARS Score

Did you provide a CARS checklist score for each source?

20.0 pts

Full Marks

15.0 pts

Good
You attempted the CARS checklist but there are some minor errors.

10.0 pts

Fair
You attempted the CARS Checklist but there are multiple errors

0.0 pts

Not Met
You failed to include a CARS Checklist for multiple sources.
20.0 pts
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