This essay focuses on relevant and reliable research.And cite relevant and reliable research information to support the ideas within your paper.
SCENARIO: For this assessment, you will demonstrate your ability to write a formal. Academic essay that uses appropriately formal 3rd person language and that demonstrates. Your ability to establish and support a clear main point or thesis about a topic. You will also demonstrate your ability to paraphrase, incorporate,. And cite relevant and reliable research information to support the ideas within your paper.
DIRECTIONS: Select a specific, relevant, researchable, and relatively recent change in your field of study. The change can be a positive or negative change, but it must be a change that has already occur. Rather than a change you would like to see happen. For example, one change in the field of education is the increase in the use of standardized testing.
Then, establish a main point about this change, analyzing either why this change occur. What effects it has had on a particular group or on the field of study itself (for example, what has the increase use of body cameras had on police officers’ relationship with the community). You should not argue for a change to occur, nor should you take a position in favor or against this change. Should you offer a solution to a problem. Your goal is to objectively analyze the causes or already demonstrated effects of this change.
You must incorporate 3–4 relevant and reliable, peer-review secondary sources and demonstrate the ability to paraphrase. Your Assessment must also give credit to the sources using APA format style expectations.
If work submitted for this competency assessment does not meet the submission requirements. It will be return without being score.Academic writing refers to a style of expression that researchers use. To define the intellectual boundaries of their disciplines and specific areas of expertise.
Characteristics of academic writing include a formal tone, use of the third-person rather than first-person perspective (usually). A clear focus on the research problem under investigation, and precise word choice. Like specialist languages adopted in other professions, such as, law or medicine. Academic writing is design to convey agree meaning about complex ideas or concepts for a group of scholarly experts.