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Title of Paper (Use Headline Capitalization Only—Capitalize the first letter of each important word.)
Your Full Name
Course Number and Name (As it appears on your syllabus.)
Professor’s Name (As it appears on your syllabus.)
University Name (As it appears on the syllabus.)
Date (Month must be spelled out. Use the date that the paper is due.)
 
NOTE: This is your title page for the research paper in APA style. YOUR RUNNING HEAD IN ALL CAPS (a shortened version of your title no more than 50 characters). Be sure to type the words, Running head: and then place your shortened version of your title in all caps. Subheadings in the paper will derive from your brainstorming/prewriting research questions that are formed into phrases. Subheadings (for level one) are centered and bold. Always capitalize the important words in all subheadings including the title of the paper. You will more than likely have 5-7 subheadings. The entire paper must be double-spaced using size 12 font Times New Roman style.
 
 
 
 
Abstract
Your abstract starts here. Summarize your project in 150-250 words. Tell what stance you are taking on the topic and how you will provide evidence. Tell how you will argue the point. Avoid using contractions and 1st and 2nd person pronouns throughout the entire paper. First and second person pronouns include the following: I, me, my, myself, mine, we, us, our, ours, ourselves, you, your, yours, yourself, and yourselves. (NOTE: Although APA requires this page to be single spaced, and not indented, your professor may have other requirements).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The word, Abstract is centered in bold.
Title of Paper Here
Your Subheading for the Introduction Here
The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. You must write using correct grammar, punctuation, and APA format (proper in-text citations). Briefly describe what your paper will entail. Give a brief background of the topic. Although the thesis statement should be in your introduction, it should not be the first sentence. The thesis statement is the controlling idea of your paper. The thesis statement is usually only one sentence. According to Raimes (2008), your thesis can be any of the following: 1.) “a strong, thought-provoking, or controversial statement—for example, a sentence that says, Bilingual education has not fulfilled its early promise; 2.) a call to action—for example, a sentence that says, Inner-city schools should set up bilingual programs; 3.)  a question that will be answered in detail in the essay—for example, a sentence that says, What can bilingual education accomplish for a child? It can lead to academic and personal development; and 4.) a preview or reflection of the structure of the essay—for example, a sentence that says, Bilingual education suffers from two main problems: a shortage of trained teachers and a lack of parental involvement” (p. 20).
“Identify your specific topic, and then define, limit, and narrow it to one issue. Provide relevant historical data. Discuss a few key sources that touch on your specific issue”   (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 337).
“The point of a research paper is to explore or resolve a problem, so identify and explain the complications you see. Within the first few paragraphs, use your thesis sentence to establish the direction of the study and to point your readers toward your        eventual conclusions” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 337).
Avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper. The introduction is usually 100-200 words.
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, Peritz, & Yancey, 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements that appear at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading Here
Start typing here. The above subheading should consist of a phrase, not a complete sentence. The discussion/body of the research paper is here. You should have multiple subheadings here to break up the sections, and they should be in APA style format (proper use of in-text citations). Each paragraph should contain approximately 3-5 well-developed sentences.
Present topic information and critically analyze what the author is trying to say about the topic (Maimon, et al., 2010). “Classify the major issues of the study and provide a careful analysis of each in defense on your thesis. Provide well-reasoned statements at the beginning of your paragraphs, and supply evidence of support with proper documentation” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344).
“Offer a variety of development   to compare, show process, narrate the history of the subject, show causes, and so forth” (Research and Writing, 2008, p. 344). Analyze the information the source presents, and avoid using contractions as well as first and second person pronouns in the entire paper; include proper use of in-text citations (Raimes, 2008).
Your Subheading for the Conclusion Here
Note that your conclusion is not labeled conclusion for the subheading. It should be entitled a series of words that help bring your paper to a close. Never begin a concluding paragraph with the words, in conclusion. Your reworded thesis should appear somewhere in the conclusion. “Frame your paper by reminding readers of something you referred to in your introduction and by reminding readers of your thesis. End on a strong note: a quotation, a question, a suggestion, a reference to an anecdote in the introduction, a humorous insightful comment, a call to action, or a look at the future. Leave readers with a sense of completion of the point you are making.” (Raimes, 2008, p. 38-39).   Raimes (2008) indicates that you should never introduce new information in the conclusion of your paper. Note: There should be multiple subheadings and in-text citations throughout your paper. Subheadings should consist of phrases, not complete sentences.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
References
Maimon, E., Peritz, J., & Yancey, K. (2010). A writer’s resource: A handbook for writing
and research (3rd. ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Raimes, A. (2008). Keys for writers, Custom Edition. 5th edition. Boston: Mifflin Custom
Publishing.
Research and Writing: Custom edition. (2006). Boston, MA: Pearson.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
You must use references that coincide with the in-text citations in your paper written in correct APA format. All references should come from Strayer University databases such as EbscoHost, eLibrary, ProQuest, etc. If your professor allows use of the internet avoid using .com sites, but you may use .org or .gov sites that are copyrighted. NO EXCEPTIONS can be granted for derivation of sources. See: APA Quick Reference Guide for an example (references featured on the last page). The word, References is centered and bold.

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