The effect of emission to air pollution In the United States

Mercy Seminar Paper OutlineThis paper is the focus of the course, so it’s very important to get it started in the right way. I am a big fan of using an outline so that I know how much time/space I need to devote to each section. Also, breaking the work into smaller pieces helps me to feel less overwhelmed!
Your paper should be 10 – 15 pages, including the Works Cited page. So here is a suggestion for how to plan your workflow.1) Introduction (1 – 1 ½ pages): Here you are going to do three things: you’re going to try to capture the attention of your reader, lay out your research question, and outline the scope of your research: how it fits into your major and what you have read. Basically you are providing a road map for your reader: “here is where we are headed in this paper”. You may find it easier to write the introduction LAST. I know that is counterintuitive, but it is sometimes easier.
2) Substance of the paper (8 – 9 pages of 1 ½ – 2 pages each): In this section you are going to explore and analyze each of the articles that you have found. (see separate handout on “Analysis of each article”). One key task will be deciding which order to put the articles in, but we’ll get to that as time goes on; it will vary according to your topic. For now, just focus on following that structure as well as you can.
3) Complexity (2 pages): Here you are going to synthesize the various articles. How do they fit together? Where do they intersect? Where do their findings conflict and make you think?
4) Conclusion (1 – 2 pages): Finally, you are going to wrap things up in a way that suggests an area for future research. You are NOT going to repeat what you’ve already said – we just read that, we don’t need to hear it again. What the reader does need to hear is three things: how the different articles wrap back to your original research question; what you learned based on your original hypothesis; what strategies you might suggest for taking the Mercy Critical Concern in a positive direction, based on your research.
5) Works Cited (1 page): You should use whatever documentation style your major requires.