a.Title of Research Paper
b. Course Name/ Professor Information
c. Your Name
d. Date
1. Introduction
The purpose of the introduction is to grab the attention of the reader, this is done by presenting
the reader with the topic and overview of the paper. It should contain a strong thesis statement
and uses the thesis statement as an opportunity to ‘hook’ the attention of the reader
2. Body
The Body is the critical part of the paper. It should include many fact-rich paragraphs or
subsections and will allow you to build upon your thesis statement by providing facts to support
your argument. This section should not only elaborate on your opening statement but should
contain accurate information obtained from credible scholarly sources. The sources are timely
and contain current information on your topic. The body of the paper should be written in your
own words. You should use in-body citations to cite your work as appropriate in the body of the
paper to avoid plagiarism
3. Conclusion
The conclusion typically does not offer new information, but rather summarizes the main points addressed in the paper. It is mandatory to also reiterate the thesis statement
4. Reference Page
Typed 12-point font
Readable font (Times New Roman or Arial) Double Spaced
One-inch margins
No extra space between paragraphs

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