Introduction and Literature Review

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Unit IV Literature Review

Draft of Introduction and Literature Review

Purpose:The purpose of this assignment is to begin drafting your academic argumentative research paper.

Description: In this assignment, you will first write your literature review; then, you will write your introduction.

The following details are requirements of the assignment:

Introduction (9-12 well-developed sentences/approximately 350 words):For more details about what is expected for each of the following sentences, please see “Lesson 4: The Introduction.” You may also want to review the “Example Introduction and Literature Review (with comments).” The following components must be included in the introduction (in the following order).

  • Sentence 1: Introduce the general topic

  • Sentence 2: Pro side (general)

  • Sentence 3: Con side (general)

  • Sentence 4: Narrow the scope (1)

  • Sentence 5: Examples of the narrowed topic

  • Sentence 6: Narrow the scope (2)

  • Sentence 7: Specific controversy

  • Sentence 8: Pro side (specific)

  • Sentence 9: Con side (specific)

  • Sentence 10: The thesis

    Literature Review(800-900 words): For details about the structure of the literature review, you will want to review “Lesson 3: The Literature Review: The Process.” You may also want to review the “Example Introduction and Literature Review (with comments).” The link is below.

  • Literature review preface: This paragraph acts as a guide to what the reader can expect in the literature review.

  • Literature review body: This section includes three to four body paragraphs that discuss the history, terminology, and both sides of the controversy (pro and con).

  • Literature review conclusion: The conclusion signals that the literature review is ending, but it also acts as a kind of preface for the body of the paper by restating the thesis statement and establishing your argument once again.

Example: Click here to access the example introduction and literature review. Note: The conclusion is not presented in this example; however, the literature review conclusion is a requirement of the assignment.


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