Review the following topic choices. Select one and then write an informative essay draft of around 300-400 words. Save this document as your draft. Then, review your draft and write a substantial revision of that draft that will serve as the final draft of the essay. The revised version should demonstrate the ability to establish and develop a clear thesis, organize ideas, and use and cite sources appropriately.
The final version of the essay must be 600-750 words. It must use and cite at least two sources from the Kaplan library (it may use other reliable sources that are appropriate for academic essays but must avoid sources like Wikipedia or other unreliable internet sources) and must follow a current version of style guidelines (e.g., APA or MLA) for title page, in-text citations, references, and document formatting. Sources must be cited both in text and in the References or Works Cited page. As with any academic essay, the language should be appropriate and avoid first and second person.
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Both the draft and the revised essay must be submitted, and the final version must demonstrate substantial revision.
Submit your completed draft AND final draft to the Dropbox labelled, "Unit 1: Part 3: ESSAY, DRAFTING AND REVISING."
• The cause OR effect of a particular societal problem (like the increase in a particular crime, for example, or the alarming rate of diabetes in America)
• A challenge that students face in higher education
• The importance of effective writing skills to a particular field of study
• Specific skill or attitude necessary for success in a particular field of study
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