Do you have evidence from a credible source to support the assertions and reasons in the paragraphs?

English 102 Research Paper AssignmentThe review is your opportunity to turn in your finished paper for review; it will be scored as a final draft, with summary notes for final revision.Topic:You will support your argument by citing with evidence from credible sources. At least eight sources are required.Your topic is a way that technology has changed, or will change, your major field of study.The thesis must be an argument, so ask a research question, and answer the question to have an argument (see thesis and outline assignment)Requirements:1400-1600 words of actual text—not including graphs, or the references pageAt least eight sources are required.All assignments must be typed, edited, cited in MLA or APA format, and in Standard English.Paragraphing is requiredSource material must be paraphrased or quotedNo more than 20% direct quotationsAll ideas from sources must be cited in text and in a references page.Process: Apply the Writing ProcessAre you missing support for some paragraphs or sections?Have you left out some of the sources you have already?Are there flaws in the argument that require you to adjust your thesis?Do you have clear and specific topic sentences for each paragraph?Do the topic sentences relate to the thesis clearly?Does the support in the argument relate to the topic sentence?Do you have evidence from a credible source to support the assertions and reasons in the paragraphs?Next:Add in the missing elementsPrint and mark up the paper for errors, weaknesses, word choicesMake the corrections in the computer file versionAdd in transitions and evaluations of the assertions in all paragraphsExplain what the evidence you presented means relative to the thesisYou should have:I. Introduction: an overview of the issue or technology, including a brief historyA. The thesis at the end of the introduction as part of the introduction paragraphII.Section I: Part one of the three section thesis statemenAn overview of the part one sub-topic 1-2 pagesIII.Section II: Part 2 of the three section thesisFollowed by 1-2 pages (4-5 paragraphs) on the sub topicIII. Section III: Part 3 of the three section thesisFollowed by 1-2 pages (4-5 paragraphs) on the sub topicIV.Conclusion: solutions and recommendations for the issue, and/or implications for the futureImportant: And a references page attached to the paper on a separate pageOutline AssignmentThe outline is the road map to your research project; the purpose of the outline is to create a framework for the research paper.If you are clear and specific in detailing the outline, include correct in-text citations on any researched evidence, and if you stick to the core structure of the thesis sections, you will have a strong framework that can become the paper.Before beginning, read and view all of the Readings and Learning Materials for the module so that you know what you are supposed to do on the assignment.To turn in:Write a 300 to 600 words formal outline for your argumentative research paperThis outline will be filled in to become the research paper, so the more you do here, the less you need to add in the draft.The outline should be in your voice—no more than 20% direct quotations (Quotation marks indicate copied material; in text citations go on all information, including paraphrasing, from a source)The outline should have topic sentences followed by in-text cited details in each section.Topic sentences and corresponding ideas relate to the thesis stated in the beginning. Ideas are insightful and show critical analysis of the topic.All parts of your outline should be cited and should be written in complete, Standard English sentences.This outline forms the framework for your paper, so the more specific and detailed your outline, the less work you have on your first draft.Make sure to work from this basic outline as you write your paper. If your paper alters in form as you write, stop and change the format of your outline, so that you are still working from an outline.