Week 6 Discussion - Drafting

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By the end of the 5th week, you should be started with your paper. You have your topic, your outline, and at least five resources to start your paper.  Submit your progress to the discussion board.  For convenience of students, please do not attach a file but copy and paste from the paper to the discussion board. The title of your posting should be the title of your paper. Reading at least two other students' papers and offer constructive feedback on the paper.  Grading at this level will not be done on content, but on your ability to follow instructions and the quality of your feedback to other students. 

Your initial posting should be at least 500 words. 

Provide two substantive comments to other students’ submissions. You may choose the submissions that you want or that interest you. For instance, if you are interested in government you probably would not want to reply to a paper about art history. A substantive comment should be at least 100 words long and have at least one positive comment about the paper and one recommendation (of your choosing) in the paper. Your grade will come from the quality of your positive comment and quality of your recommendation. Use critical thinking skills to offer a student good feedback. Consider the type of feedback you would like to have in your paper.

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