Please read it properly and then send me request i want 20/20 grades because this is my last chance to pass the subject i attached my previous topic file work in that file. i also attached rubrics scr

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Please read it properly and then send me request i want 17/20 grades because this is my last chance to pass the subject i attached my previous topic file work in that file. i also attached rubrics screenshot see all the rubrics carefully and work according to it. I also attached feedback of professor and if you need any file please let me know. if will not satisfied with your work i will complain against you. Because i want good marks..

Description

Your purpose in this task is to complete your research project, which will include:

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  • Employing critical thinking to analyze source, voice, bias, meaning, argument, and evidence.
  • Applying the three-step process (plan, write, revise) to complete a polished final essay.
  • Applying knowledge of standard Canadian English Grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

This assignment is an opportunity for you to write the report that expresses your answer to the research question you set for yourself. This is an individual assignment.

Rationale

This assignment will evaluate the following course learning outcomes:

  1. Use active reading strategies to identify and question key aspects of college-level texts.
  2. Employ Standard English Grammar to produce complete and coherent written sentences in a variety of contexts.
  3. Apply appropriate academic style guidelines in written texts to credit sources of information and model academic integrity.
  4. Organize main ideas and supporting information using logical structures to communicate clearly and convincingly in academic or professional writing contexts.
  5. Select relevant and credible sources of information to answer questions, solve problems, and support interpretations.
  6. Combine critical thinking and information from secondary sources to produce writing that is capable of answering questions and/or solving problems relevant to academic or professional applications.
  7. Develop a research project through various preliminary stages to acquire constructive feedback, perform self-assessment, and incorporate revisions to produce a final written draft that meets the expectations of audience and purpose.

Directions

  1. Review your Research Project First Draft and make changes as necessary.
  2. Use the following resources to inform your review: the rubric for the Research Project Final Draft, samples of student writing posted to the course shell, instructional materials posted to the course shell, feedback you have received from your instructor on your Research Project First Draft and Detailed Outline.
  3. Remember that the Research Project Final Draft is a continuation of the topic and question you have been exploring throughout the Research Project Proposal, Detailed Outline, and First Draft assignments. Do not write your Research Project Final Draft on a new topic unless you have received explicit instructions / approval from your instructor.
  4. Double-check that all text references (that includes both quoted and paraphrased ideas) are correctly quoted (when appropriate), cited, and documented according to APA @ Conestoga style guidelines.
  5. Double-check your Research Project Final Draft using the checklist providedOpens in a new tab.
  6. Double-check that the format for your paper follows APA @ Conestoga style guidelines, including the following:

    • 12-point Arial or Times New Roman font
    • Double-spaced lines
    • Page numbers in the top right corner of the page
    • A title page according to this format from APA@ConestogaOpens in a new tab
    • A Reference Page following APA@Conestoga documentation style

Please read it properly and then send me request i want 20/20 grades because this is my last chance to pass the subject i attached my previous topic file work in that file. i also attached rubrics scr
Global reach through e-commerce digital marketing for clothing companies Hiren Prajapati Business marketing, Conestoga College College reading and writing skill/1085 Murrielle Michaud Global reach through e-commerce digital marketing for clothing companies We do not need to use a section heading for the introduction. Margins are set at 2.54 centimetres (1 inch), and the first line of every paragraph is indented using the “tab” key, which is set to half the size of the margin. The entire essay, including the references page is double-spaced. The font for the whole essay, including the reference page is 12-point Arial (other fonts may be acceptable–see the APA@Conestoga webpage for details). The thesis statement is, most often, found at the end of the introduction paragraph. The thesis statement comprises the writer’s opinion/point-of-view/argument plus—and this is very important—clear expressions of the main ideas the writer will use to explore and develop the thesis. For an essay this size, these main ideas should match the level one headings. Level One Heading The level one heading is centred, bold, and uses title case (all the ‘big’ words are capitalized). Again, the font is the same for the whole essay, including the level headings. Remember, the first line of every paragraph must be indented. This template has already been set up to indent the first line of each paragraph, so all you need to do is hit ‘enter’ when you want a new paragraph. In order for the formatting to work, please start typing at the start of this paragraph and delete the rest of this text (only keep your text). Level Two Heading The only difference between the Level 1 Heading and the Level 2 Heading is that level two is left justified instead of centered. Notice the headings are not indented. Like the Level 1 Heading, Level 2 is bold, and uses title case (all the ‘big’ words are capitalized). Level three heading The only difference between Level 3 and the Level 2 is that the Level 3 Heading is in italics. References Use the Refences Page style above to automatically apply the hanging indent and double-spaced format required on the references page. Note: you will have to add italics as necessary, and you will have to arrange your references in alphabetical order. Remember, the word “References” is a Level 1 heading, and it starts on a new page.

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