Prewriting,Outline, Essay

Prewriting,Outline, Essay

EssayTopic: How To Keep children from dropping out of school.


Prewriting and planning are essential to writing an effective essay, so for this week’s assignment, you will complete the prewriting and planning steps of the process for developing the Problem-Solution Essay. Additionally, you will also create and include a working references page, which includes a full APA Style reference for each source that you plan to use in the essay. To complete the prewriting assignment, you will submit one document (using the Problem-Solution Essay Prewriting and Planning Template )

that includes ALL of the following:

Answers to the prewriting questions (30 points).
A complete outline of your essay (60 points).
A working references page with a minimum of 4 sources (10 points).

If you have any doubt about how to research and write a paper in APA Style, use the resources available in the Hondros College of Nursing Library:

APA Formatting Template
APA Style In-text Citations and References
In the Attachments area below, click the Choose File button and browse the files on your computer to locate the document you wish to attach. Select the document, and then click Open. To verify your attachment, scroll to the bottom of the page and view the file name in the Attachments area. Click the Remove link if you would like to attach a different file. When you are ready to submit the file, click the Submit button.

This assignment will be submitted through Turnitin, which checks the originality of your submission against other sources. Make sure to review your Originality Report to help ensure that you are not plagiarizing. Click the colored icon next to Turnitin Report toward the top of the assignment submission page to review your Turnitin report. It may take 10-15 minutes for your report to process. Remember that you can re-submit your assignment until the deadline passes. Additionally, some of your instructors may provide feedback through Turnitin; to view this feedback, open the Turnitin report, and click on the GradeMark button at the top of the page. For more information about Turnitin reports, read “Using Turnitin in Sakai and Reading Originality Reports.”