Can you look over the attached research essay and make corrections as you see fit? I NEED (4) Sources. PLEASE refer to the ESSAY Rubric when writing.
This is part one of the class project assessments. [ Click here to see the overview of the assignments.]
An important purpose of this assignment is to examine what the different branches and layers of government do to address a policy using a current issue to illustrate it.
Complete a research essay on the government and national security. Remember this is being written for the president to read.
Here are the aspects and questions to address for this essay:
- Identify a current issue being debated about American national security.
- Explain two competing solutions to this problem.
- Evaluate which one is preferable.
- Address the responsibilities of each level of government, which are federal, state, and local. (Most of the essay will be about the federal government).
- Address the responsibilities of each of the three branches of the federal government.
- 500 word minimum and 600 word maximum length, not including references listed at the end or footnotes if used.
- Incorporation of concepts and terms from the required readings.
- Inclusion of facts from a recent news article about the topic/solution.
- Correct spelling, grammar, and formatting, whether it’s APA, MLA, or Chicago/Turabian.
- See the essay rubric for further details on grading.
1) Write concisely! More is not necessarily better if the required points from the rubric are missed. A 500-word essay can earn an “A,” while a 700 word essay may lose points for going too long.
2) Essays should be written in the third person perspective. (Avoid using “I, me, my, mine, we, us, our, you, your”).
Use the attached template.
- essay set up.docx (17 KB)
- American Government by Krutz and Waskiewicz https://openstax.org/details/books/american-government-2e
- SO far we have read the following Chapters in case you would like to use it as a source:
- American Government: Chapter 1-3
- American Government: Chapters 6-8
- American Government: Chapter 11
- American Government: Chapter 12
- American Government: Chapters 4-5, 13