After completing the assigned readings attachments follow those instructions
WHAT SHOULD I THINK A BOUT WHEN PREPARING the Paper?
if you look at the reading attachment you may find several parts in that reading that this related to the world around us in Florida. Even in the News Paper how this readings resonate with current issues in Florida?
(B) What is your position on that issue?
Â§ Is this supported by other scholarly work?
Â§ Are others in reputable newspapers or academic journals coming to the same conclusions?
Â§ Are there organizations that you know of that have researched this and have findings?
(C) There are many people who will disagree with you. How can you support your opinion / position in a manner that is respectful, but still addresses your point of view?
If you choose to refer to outside sources to back up or support the Read Chapter 6 attachment of Hemmens (Book 1) as well as Chapters 5 and 17 attachments of Israel et al. (Book 2);
as long as they are scholarly from 2014 to 2018 (e.g., peer-reviewed journals from florida) and/or reputable (e.g., article from florida, chapter from another textbook).
I would like to remind you of your tasks related to this weekâ€™s topic (COURTS: The Right to Counsel & The Ineffective Assistance of Counsel), which include the following:
- Read Chapter 6 attachment of Hemmens (Book 1) as well as Chapters 5 and 17 attachments of Israel et al. (Book 2);
- Please review/re-read the Blog Entry Grading Rubricâ€ documents before preparing your paper. It tells you how paper will graded.
- Two missteps to avoid:
- (1) Only including your personal viewpoint without any supporting evidence beyond the assigned reading materials.
- (2) Only providing a rote summary of an outside source but forgetting to include your own perspective on the issue/topic being discussed.
Relevance of your posts. (Blog posts must be related to the assigned readings for that week; for example, this Week posts will discuss The Right to Counsel & The Ineffective Assistance of Counsel)
â€” Depth of your analysis and quality of the linked news article. (Select, cite, and link to recent news from a reputable source that supports what you have read for the week as well as the opinion/position you are taking in your posts)
You may also refer to outside sources as long as they are scholarly from 2014 to 2018 (e.g., peer-reviewed journals) and/or reputable (e.g., article from The New York Times, chapter from another textbook). DO NOT refer to or incorporate information from extremely unreliable sources (e.g., Wikipedia, TMZ, and The Onion).
Posts must be well written, free of grammatical errors, relevant to the topic, and demonstrate critical thinking and analyst