Evidence from the Literature Purpose

Running head: TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 1


Title of Your Paper

Your Name

Purdue Global University


Title of Your Paper Goes Here

Tab over one time to indent your paragraphs. Do not add extra space between paragraphs. Your entire paper including title page and reference page should be all double spaced. Set your margins to one inch on both sides. The first paragraph of your paper should be an introduction of what you are going to discuss in your paper.

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Discuss in paragraph format the points that are delineated in the assignment instructions. So summarize your first article here in several paragraphs that flow logically. Use correct 6th edition APA citations when you paraphrase material as you write, like so (Jones & Smith, 2016). If you directly quote something word for word, this should be done sparingly throughout your paper, try to paraphrase. However, when you do quote, include a page number with the passage and put quotation marks around it. “The cow was in the pasture when the little girl saw it eating grass” (Grissom, 2016, p.5).

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Follow the same format here to discuss the second article in several, logically flowing paragraphs. Make sure you allow two spaces between sentences. Your font should be size 12 and New Times Roman. Make sure you cite consistently when you paraphrase or quote material. Also pay attention to the assignment instructions and the grading rubric to make sure you address everything completely in your discussions.


Include a conclusion for your paper that is about a paragraph in length. Make sure that you do not introduce new points or discussions in the conclusion that have not been addressed in the body of your paper. The conclusion simply summarizes what you have already discussed.


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