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Need to create an outline in a Word document only. No rough Draft.Your outline must include the following:
Title page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. in APA format
Introduction and Thesis

Introduce (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. the main topic and provide a brief preview of main points.
Include a thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that identifies how the concepts of federalism, civil liberties, and civil rights are implicated and affected by your selected topic.

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Main Point 1: Identify implications for federalism related to the topic.

Provide a topic sentence that describes one positive impact of federalism on the selected topic.
Provide a topic sentence that describes one negative impact of federalism on the selected topic.
Provide at least one piece of supporting evidence (a quote or paraphrase) that supports all of your claims concerning the impacts of federalism on the selected topic. Be sure to provide an in-text citation. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

In a single sentence, explain the meaning of the evidence you added above.
So what? Add a sentence that tells your reader how this evidence supports your topic sentence. Why is this evidence important to share?

Main Point 2: Identify implications for civil rights related to the topic.

Provide a topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic.
Provide a topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic.
Provide at least one piece of supporting evidence (a quote or paraphrase) that supports all of your claims concerning the impacts on the civil rights associated with the selected topic. Be sure to provide an in-text citation. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

In a single sentence, explain the meaning of the evidence you added above.
So what? Add a sentence that tells your reader how this evidence supports your topic sentence. Why is this evidence important to share?

Main Point 3: Identify implications for civil liberties related to the topic.

Provide a topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic.
Provide a topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic.
Provide at least one piece of supporting evidence (a quote or paraphrase) that supports all of your claims concerning the impacts on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic. Be sure to provide an in-text citation. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

In a single sentence, explain the meaning of the evidence you added above.
So what? Add a sentence that tells your reader how this evidence supports your topic sentence. Why is this evidence important to share?

Conclusion

In a sentence or two, conclude (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. by reviewing your main points and overall thesis.

References Page

Include a complete list of references (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. utilized within the outline in APA format.

The paper must be at least three pages in length (not including title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style. You must use at least three scholarly sources, not counting your textbook, from the Ashford University Library to support your claims.Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.Per Professor, “I will only accept an outline that is supported by scholarly references. DO NOT send me a draft of your paper or it will be returned with a grade of zero.”
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Assignment: Week 2 – Assignment
Course:
POL303 POL303: The American Constitution (CRJ1909A)
Robbin Mellen
3/16/2019 11:12:37 AM
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Jamie,
The paper is on the right track and is very good for the first part of the project. I’d like to see you develop the connection between federalism and the two impacts in
a bit more detail as you continue working on this. Think about specific examples you can use to illustrate each impact. Refer to Adam Winkler’s article on free
speech federalism for more examples. Your references are very good and your citations accurate.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me through Canvas.
Dr. Mellen
( 1.76 / 2.00) Organization: Introduction, Thesis Statement, and Conclusion
Proficient – The paper is logically organized with an introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion. One of these requires improvement.
( 2.64 / 3.00) Discusses One Positive Impact of Federalism On the Issue Selected
Proficient – Discusses one positive impact of federalism on the issue selected. The discussion is supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped or
unclear.
( 2.64 / 3.00) Discusses One Negative Impact of Federalism On the Issue Selected
Proficient – Discusses one negative impact of federalism on the issue selected. The discussion is supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped
or unclear.
( 5.00 / 5.00) Evaluates Which Impact is the Most Significant and Discusses Why it Was the Most Significant
Distinguished – Clearly and comprehensively evaluates which impact of federalism on the issue is the most significant and thoroughly discusses why it was the
most significant. The evaluation and discussion are fully supported with scholarly sources.
Comments:
Terrific work! Your evaluation of which impact is the most significant and discussion of why is was the most significant was valid, comprehensive, and welldeveloped. This demonstrated your clear sense of understanding of the different impacts of federalism on the selected issue. Your use of relevant examples and
specific details from scholarly sources credibly supported your discussion.
( 0.50 / 0.50) Written Communication: Content Development
Distinguished – Uses appropriate, pertinent, and persuasive content to discover and develop sophisticated ideas within the context of the discipline, shaping the
work as a whole.
Comments:
Great job! Your paper includes exceptional use of relevant information which assists in presenting the overall main point and enhances understanding of concepts,
ideas, and relationships.
( 0.44 / 0.50) Critical Thinking: Evidence
Proficient – Employs applicable information from credible sources to develop an analysis of the topic.
Comments:
Good job! Your evidence clearly supports your thesis statement.
( 0.22 / 0.25) Written Communication: Control of Syntax and Mechanics
Proficient – Displays comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work contains only a few minor errors and
is mostly easy to understand.
Comments:
Good job! Correct conventions facilitate the reading of the text.
( 0.25 / 0.25) Written Communication: APA Formatting
Distinguished – Accurately uses APA formatting consistently throughout the paper, title page, and reference page.
( 0.25 / 0.25) Written Communication: Page Requirement
Distinguished – The length of the paper is equivalent to the required number of correctly formatted pages.
( 0.25 / 0.25) Written Communication: Resource Requirement
Distinguished – Uses more than the required number of scholarly sources, providing compelling evidence to support ideas. All sources on the reference page are
used and cited correctly within the body of the assignment.
Overall Score: 13.95 / 15.00
Overall Grade: 13.95
Week 3 – Assignment
Final Research Paper Detailed Outline
This week’s written assignment is important preparation for the Final Paper. You will construct an
outline of your Final Paper that will ensure you have all of the required elements. You are expected to
write an outline, not a draft of your final paper. Drafts of your paper will NOT meet the
requirements of this assignment.
Prepare: Please review the necessary course text chapters, articles, and multimedia. Conduct
additional research necessary to complete the assignment.
Reflect: The end of the course is rapidly approaching, and now is a great time to begin working on your
Final Research Paper. This assignment will give you an opportunity to create a detailed outline of your
paper, which will help you to establish a structure for your final paper. Your outline will be reviewed by
your instructor and the feedback provided will certainly help you create a better final product.
Remember, the main point of your outline is to help you organize your thoughts and research.
The outline should serve as the backbone of your paper and should provide the building blocks
for your Final Research Paper.
Write: Make sure to read over the instructions for the Final Research Paper, which are located in Week
Five of your online course or in the Course Components section of this course guide. As explained in
those instructions, your paper should have seven major sections. For this assignment, you will need to
create an outline in a Word document.
Your outline must include the following:
• Title page (http://writingcenter.ashford.edu/apa-formatting-word-2013) in APA format
• Introduction and Thesis
◾ Introduce (http://writingcenter.ashford.edu/introductions-conclusions) the main topic and
provide a brief preview of main points.
◾ Include a thesis statement (http://writingcenter.ashford.edu/writing-a-thesis) that identifies
how the concepts of federalism, civil liberties, and civil rights are implicated and affected by
your selected topic.
• Main Point 1: Identify implications for federalism related to the topic.
◾ Provide a topic sentence that describes one positive impact of federalism on the selected
topic.
◾ Provide a topic sentence that describes one negative impact of federalism on the selected
topic.
◾ Provide at least one piece of supporting evidence (a quote or paraphrase) that supports all
of your claims concerning the impacts of federalism on the selected topic. Be sure to
provide an in-text citation.
(https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/9fce9d11-3298-48ef-ac7712fe7d5c0577/1/In-Text%20Citation%20Helper%20A%20Guide%20to%20Making%20APA%20InText%20Citations.zip/story.html)
◾ In a single sentence, explain the meaning of the evidence you added above.
◾ So what? Add a sentence that tells your reader how this evidence supports your topic
sentence. Why is this evidence important to share?
• Main Point 2: Identify implications for civil rights related to the topic.
◾ Provide a topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil rights associated
with the selected topic.
◾ Provide a topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil rights associated
with the selected topic.
◾ Provide at least one piece of supporting evidence (a quote or paraphrase) that supports all
of your claims concerning the impacts on the civil rights associated with the selected topic.
Be sure to provide an in-text citation.
(https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/9fce9d11-3298-48ef-ac7712fe7d5c0577/1/In-Text%20Citation%20Helper%20A%20Guide%20to%20Making%20APA%20InText%20Citations.zip/story.html)
◾ In a single sentence, explain the meaning of the evidence you added above.
◾ So what? Add a sentence that tells your reader how this evidence supports your topic
sentence. Why is this evidence important to share?
• Main Point 3: Identify implications for civil liberties related to the topic.
◾ Provide a topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil liberties associated
with the selected topic.
◾ Provide a topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil liberties associated
with the selected topic.
◾ Provide at least one piece of supporting evidence (a quote or paraphrase) that supports all
of your claims concerning the impacts on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic.
Be sure to provide an in-text citation.
(https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/9fce9d11-3298-48ef-ac7712fe7d5c0577/1/In-Text%20Citation%20Helper%20A%20Guide%20to%20Making%20APA%20InText%20Citations.zip/story.html)
◾ In a single sentence, explain the meaning of the evidence you added above.
◾ So what? Add a sentence that tells your reader how this evidence supports your topic
sentence. Why is this evidence important to share?
• Conclusion
◾ In a sentence or two, conclude
(http://writingcenter.ashford.edu/introductions-conclusions)
by reviewing your main points and overall thesis.
• References Page
◦ Include a complete list of references (http://writingcenter.ashford.edu/format-your-referencelist) utilized within the outline in APA format.
The paper must be at least three pages in length (not including title and reference pages) and
formatted according to APA style. You must use at least three scholarly sources, not counting your
textbook, from the Ashford University Library to support your claims.
Carefully review the Grading Rubric (https://au.waypointoutcomes.com/assessment/22254/preview)
for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.
Waypoint Assignment
Submission
The assignments in this course will be submitted to Waypoint. Please refer to the instructions below to
submit your assignment.
1. Click on the Assignment Submission button below. The Waypoint “Student Dashboard” will open
in a new browser window.
2. Browse for your assignment.
3. Click Upload.
4. Confirm that your assignment was successfully submitted by viewing the appropriate week’s
assignment tab in Waypoint.
For more detailed instructions, refer to the Waypoint Tutorial
(https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/dc358708-3d2b-41a6-a000ff53b3cc3794/1/Waypoint%20Tutorial.pdf)
(https://content.bridgepointeducation.com/curriculum/file/dc358708-3d2b-41a6-a000ff53b3cc3794/1/Waypoint%20Tutorial.pdf) .
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Week Two Papers Returned
Robbin Mellen
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Hello,
Your week two papers have been returned with feedback. Please return to the Waypoint submission
portal and review the paper, the rubric, and the summary of the feedback for your paper. Please be sure
to incorporate any feedback in the outline and the final paper.
Remember, you must use the Constitution, case law, and scholarly articles/books as your source
material. All sources should be located using the Ashford Library, not the world wide web. Do not use
essay sites such as UK Essays, Course Hero, or any other so-called helper websites. These are sites
designed to help students cheat on assignments and only serve to weaken the value of your degree. I
also have logins for each of these sites, which enables me to compare the submissions for this class to
what is posted there. Plagiarized papers will earn a zero and be reported to the academic honesty
office.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me in Canvas.
Dr. Mellen
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Description:
Total Possible Score: 18.00
Organization: Introduction, Thesis Statement, and Conclusion
Total: 3.00
Distinguished – The paper is logically organized with a well-written introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion.
Proficient – The paper is logically organized with an introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion. One of these requires
improvement.
Basic – The paper is organized with an introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion. One or more of the introduction, thesis
statement, and/or conclusion require improvement.
Below Expectations – The paper is loosely organized with an introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion. The introduction,
thesis statement, and/or conclusion require significant improvement.
Non-Performance – The introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion are either nonexistent or lack the components described
in the assignment instructions.
Provides a Topic Sentence That Describes One Positive Impact of Federalism
On the Selected Topic
Total: 2.00
Distinguished – Provides a topic sentence that clearly and comprehensively describes one positive impact of federalism on the
selected topic. The description is fully supported with scholarly sources.
Proficient – Provides a topic sentence that describes one positive impact of federalism on the selected topic. The description is
supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped or unclear.
Basic – Provides a topic sentence that partially describes one positive impact of federalism on the selected topic. The description
is somewhat supported with scholarly sources or one or more is underdeveloped and/or unclear.
Below Expectations – Provides a topic sentence that attempts to describe one positive impact of federalism on the selected topic;
however, the description is not supported with scholarly sources and is significantly underdeveloped and unclear.
Non-Performance – A topic sentence that describes one positive impact of federalism on the selected topic is either nonexistent
or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.
Provides a Topic Sentence That Describes One Negative Impact of Federalism
On the Selected Topic
Total: 2.00
Distinguished – Provides a topic sentence that clearly and comprehensively describes one negative impact of federalism on the
selected topic. The description is fully supported with scholarly sources.
Proficient – Provides a topic sentence that describes one negative impact of federalism on the selected topic. The description is
supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped or unclear.
Basic – Provides a topic sentences that partially describes one negative impact of federalism on the selected topic. The
description is somewhat supported with scholarly sources or one or more is underdeveloped and/or unclear.
Below Expectations – Provides a topic sentence that attempts to describe one negative impact of federalism on the selected
topic; however, the description is not supported with scholarly sources and is significantly underdeveloped and unclear.
Non-Performance – A topic sentence that describes one negative impact of federalism on the selected topic is either nonexistent
or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.
Provides a Topic Sentence That Describes One Positive Impact On the Civil
Rights Associated With the Selected Topic
Total: 2.00
Distinguished – Provides a topic sentence that clearly and comprehensively describes one positive impact on the civil rights
associated with the selected topic. The description is fully supported with scholarly sources.
Proficient – Provides a topic sentence that describe one positive impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic. The
description is supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped or unclear.
Basic – Provides a topic sentence that partially describes one positive impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic.
The description is somewhat supported with scholarly sources or one or more is underdeveloped and/or unclear.
Below Expectations – Provides a topic sentence that attempts to describe one positive impact on the civil rights associated with
the selected topic; however, the description is not supported with scholarly sources and is significantly underdeveloped and
unclear.
Non-Performance – A topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic is
either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.
Provides a Topic Sentence That Describes One Negative Impact On the Civil
Rights Associated With the Selected Topic
Total: 2.00
Distinguished – Provides a topic sentence that clearly and comprehensively describes one negative impact on the civil rights
associated with the selected topic. The description is fully supported with scholarly sources.
Proficient – Provides a topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic.
The description is supported with scholarly sources but slightly underdeveloped or unclear.
Basic – Provides a topic sentence that partially describes one negative impact on the civil rights associated with the selected
topic. The description is somewhat supported with scholarly sources and underdeveloped and/or unclear.
Below Expectations – – Provides a topic sentence that attempts to describe one negative impact on the civil rights associated with
the selected topic; however, the description is not supported with scholarly sources and significantly underdeveloped and
unclear.
Non-Performance – A topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil rights associated with the selected topic is
either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.
Provides a Topic Sentence That Describes One Positive Impact Impact On the
Civil Liberties Associated with the Selected Topic
Total: 2.00
Distinguished – Provides a topic sentence that clearly and comprehensively describes one positive impact on the civil liberties
associated with the selected topic. The description is fully supported with scholarly sources.
Proficient – Provides a topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic.
The description is supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped or unclear.
Basic – Provides a topic sentence that partially describes one positive impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected
topic. The description is somewhat supported with scholarly sources or one or more is underdeveloped and/or unclear.
Below Expectations – Provides a topic sentence that attempts to describe one positive impact on the civil liberties associated with
the selected topic; however, the description is not supported with scholarly sources and is significantly underdeveloped and
unclear.
Non-Performance – A topic sentence that describes one positive impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic is
either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.
Provides a Topic Sentence That Describes One Negative Impact On the Civil
Liberties Associated with the Selected Topic
Total: 2.00
Distinguished – Provides a topic sentence that clearly and comprehensively describes one negative impact on the civil liberties
associated with the selected topic. The description is fully supported with scholarly sources.
Proficient – Provides a topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic.
The description is supported with scholarly sources but is slightly underdeveloped or unclear.
Basic – Provides a topic sentence that partially describes one negative impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected
topic. The description is somewhat supported with scholarly sources or one or more is underdeveloped and/or unclear.
Below Expectations – Provides a topic sentence that attempts to describe one negative impact on the civil liberties associated
with the selected topic; however, the description is not supported with scholarly sources and is significantly underdeveloped and
unclear.
Non-Performance – A topic sentence that describes one negative impact on the civil liberties associated with the selected topic is
either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the assignment instructions.
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