1.Develop a thorough outline, including major and minor points, for your final research paper.
Complete II (Grammar):
Review sentence fragments and run-ons on Purdue Owl – Fragments and run-ons. Re-write the sentences below, correcting sentence fragments, unparallel construction, or run-on sentences.
2.From the American South, a fusion of African and European traditions.
3.The earliest jazz bands emerged in New Orleans around the turn of the twentieth century here black gospel music and Latin American brass met.
4.Dixieland was spawned in the 1910s during the 1920s, many popular and influential jazz musicians found their way to Chicago clubs.
5.Began to spread the sound to other parts of the country.
6.New York City added piano, incorporating jazz, and through sales of jazz records, establishing the style firmly in American culture.
Complete III (Sources for the Research Paper):
7.Write the first draft of your final essay. This draft should be 800-1200 words. Please utilize your Research Schedule Chart and your Editing Checklist in this process. Please place your rough draft in the Drop Box and indicate completion of this in the box.
Complete IV (Progress on the Research Paper):
8.Download the Research Schedule Chart from COURSE MATERIALS and check off the tasks you have completed up to this point. Upload this chart into the DROP BOX. Indicate in the COMPLETE section that your chart is in the DROP BOX.
Remember, the research paper is due in the next unit and you should be working on your first draft now.
What areas of your research paper are you feeling least confident about, and why? Please consider things such as development, organization, support, grammar/mechanics etc.. What areas would you like me to pay most attention to when I evaluate your rough draft for this week?