Soda problems / sugar addictions

 Description This is the outline you have to follow for the essay and it’s explain everything: OUTLINE ILLUSTRATE—EDUCATE–MOTIVATE • INTRODUCTION o CATCHY OPENER—HOOK! § SHOCKING STATISTIC § PROVOCATIVE QUOTE § FAMOUS QUOTE/CLICHÉ/LYRIC § RHETORICAL QUESTION § CURRENT EVENT/HEADLINE NEWS § NARRATIVE • 2 PART INTRODUCTION • 1 PARAGRAPH TELLS A STORY • 1 PARAGRAPH OFFERS A MORE TRADITIONAL INTRO. o BRIEF GLOSS/OVERVIEW OF THE SITUATION—WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE ISSUE “OFF THE TOP OF YOUR HEAD” o THESIS STATEMENT § 1-2 SENTENCES EXPRESSING THE SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH PAPER. WHAT IS THE INTENT: A TYPICAL FORMULA: • Ex. For Obesity in America o “Unless the causes of America’s obesity epidemic are fully understood, the preventions and solutions to the problem will continue to fail. How can this epidemic be prevented from perpetuating and who is in a position to stop it?” o Set the reader up to be educated! • WHAT? o DEFINE THE MAJOR AND UNFAMILIAR TERMS YOU WILL DISCUSS IN THE ESSAY o EX: DEFINE OBESITY, MORBID OBESITY, OVERWEIGHT, BMI o BRIEFLY REVIEW THE PROBLEM AGAIN—AS YOU DID IN THE INTRO, BUT THIS SECTION SHOULD REVIEW TERMS/CONDITIONS/IDEAS THE READER NEEDS TO KNOW. • WHERE? WHEN? o HISTORICAL CONTEXT SECTION OF THE ESSAY/ SOME TOPICS MAY HAVE A MORE RECENT/CONTEMPORARY HISTORY—NOT EVERY ISSUE IS GOING TO GO BACK 100S OF YEARS. o REVIEW THE BASIC (AND MOST RELEVANT) HISTORY OF THE TOPIC/ISSUE o CONSIDER THE CONTEXT: LOCAL, NATIONAL, GLOBAL. o CONSIDER MAJOR HISTORICAL EVENTS CONNECTED TO THE ISSUE o CONSIDER RECENT INNOVATIONS, ETC. o HISTORICAL BACKGROUND IS OFTEN “COMMON KNOWLEDGE” SO YOU WILL MORE THAN LIKELY SUMMARIZE AND PARAPHRASE A GREAT DEAL HERE, BUT YOU MAY NOT HAVE TO CITE SOURCES. o WHAT GAVE RISE TO THE CURRENT DISCOURSE ON THE TOPIC? ANY MAJOR LEGAL CASES? MAJOR INVENTIONS? PHENOMENA? TRENDS? • WHO? o WHO CAUSED THE PROBLEM? o WHO IS AFFECTED BY THE PROBLEM? o WHO HAS THE POWER TO FIX THE PROBLEM? o WHO BENEFITS FROM THE PROBLEM? OFTEN PROBLEMS REMAIN BECAUSE SOMEONE IS PREVENTING SOLUTIONS. o WHO PERPETUATES THE PROBLEM? o WHO CAN BE: PEOPLE, INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, COMMUNITIES, COUNTRIES, GOVERNMENTS, CORPORATIONS, INSTITUTIONS. o THIS MIGHT BE CONSIDERED “COMMON KNOWLEDGE” SO YOU MAY NOT HAVE TO CITE INFORMATION YOU FIND REPEATED OFTEN IN YOUR RESEARCH • WHY? HOW? o WHY DOES THE PROBLEM CONTINUE? o HOW CAN THE PROBLEM BE ADDRESSED? o WHY HASN’T IT BEEN SOLVED ALREADY? o HOW CAN INTERESTED PARTIES BEGIN TO THINK ABOUT THE ISSUE AND GET INVOLVED?….. • MOTIVATION/CONCLUSION o BRIEFLY SUMMARIZE THE MAJOR POINTS OF THE RESEARCH PAPER—REMIND THE READER OF THE EDUCATION YOU’VE PROVIDED o SO WHAT? WHY SHOULD THE READER CARE? o WHAT CAN THE READER DO NOW? RESEARCH PAPER BASICS: • 10 PP EXCLUSIVE OF BIBLIOGRAPHY • MINIMUM OF 7 SOURCES o NO MORE THAN ½ OF YOUR SOURCES CAN BE INTERNET SOURCES § EXCEPTION: .COM SITES THAT ARE MAGAZINE SITES OR GOOGLE BOOKS OR ON-LINE JOURNAL ARCHIVES DO NOT COUNT AS INTERNET SOURCES § TRY WHENEVER POSSIBLE TO STICK TO .NET, .GOV, .ORG, OR .EDU • EXCEPTION: NEWS SOURCES (ABCNEWS.COM, CNN.COM, NYT.COM, ETC.) o SOURCES: BOOKS, MAGAZINES, JOURNALS, NEWSPAPERS, WEBSITES, INTERVIEWS, VIDEOS, DOCUMENTARIES. o SOURCES SHOULD NOT BE OLDER THAN 10 YEARS UNLESS APPROVED.

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