GMO Wheat & Patented Soybean: The Ready Roundup Controversy

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GMO Wheat & Patented Soybean: The Ready Roundup Controversy
This is a two subject research writing paper about GMO Wheat & Patented Soybeans. The theme of the paper is The Ready Roundup Controversy which ties

the two subjects together. Total length not including the reference page should be 12-13 pages. APA Format. You may use one or two spaces between

sentences and/or your parenthetical citations. Please include a running head, header, and any necessary footnotes.
APA Paraphrases: I am expecting to see at least one paraphrase in each paragraph. You can always give me more; what you can’t do is give me less. Make

sure that you deliver the required citation and make sure the citation matches the reference page.
APA Reference Page: I am expecting to see at least Eight sources. Four weighted and Four non-weighted (more than 10 years old). Non-weighted sources

require a footnote which shall read: While this is past the APA cut-off date, this information is still valid. Also in-text citations must be

included. DO NOT HYPERLINK URLs.
Introductory Paragraph: Most of the information presented in this paragraph cannot be found anywhere else. You don’t want to share everything with the

reader all at once. As a result, the information that you present to your reader is very general. For now, there are four components (C) to an APA

introductory paragraph. For this paper, they are as follows:
C1: Leader or Hook
The only purpose here is to grab the readers attention. Imagine a world where . . . and take it from there. A little drama here is a good thing.

Another approach is to deliver a rhetorical question. This gets tricky as you can only deliver one of AND you cannot answer it for them. Notice how I

did not identify my theme, I did not identify my event. The only thing I did was grab my audience’s attention.
C2: General overview of the times
Here, you want to deliver ONE general aspect of the times in which the event took place. The trick is to focus on one aspect that indirectly

attributed to the event occurring in the first place.
C3: Why that specific event
What this is discussing is why that event was chosen in the first place — without the words “I or my”
C4: Deliver compound thesis
In your first sentence, it includes the subject and topic — something general like costs hundreds of lives or millions of dollars in damage. In the

second sentence, you will include your theme or what your secondary title is. Thesis for first topic should end at the top of the 2nd page! SOMEWHERE

in the intro must be an APA Quote. You may use either a statistic or a technical definition (from a technical dictionary or technical encyclopedia.)

Quote: 1. Deliver signal phrase..2. Deliver Quote..3. Deliver in-text citation..4. Deliver Analysis.
Basic Body Paragraphs: That basic structure involves a Compound Topic Sentence (CTS) and three Concrete Detail Blocks (CD 1/2/3).
A CTS is a topic sentence that delivers the necessary information in 2 sentences. The sequence is: Trans, subject, topic, purpose.
A CD Block begins with a CD followed by the development. The CD1 focuses on the IS; the CD2 focuses on the DOES and the CD3 focuses on the MEANS.
So each section will have multiple paragraphs. Meaning, in your Event Section you will have three body paragraphs. Each of those body paragraphs will

include a CTS and 3 CD Blocks.
Event ¶s
What started it (beginning)… What made it worse (middle) What was the final straw (end)
Precursors ¶s
The first reason…..The second reason
Solutions ¶
First change (and explain why it’s (+/-)… Second change (rinse & repeat)
EXAMPLE: What started it paragraph
CTS
CD1
CD2
CD3
What made it worse paragraph
CTS
CD1
CD2
CD3
What was the final straw paragraph
CTS
CD1
CD2
CD3
Conclusion Paragraph: You want to deliver general information only. I’ll show you the components (C):
C1: Deliver “Lightly restating thesis
C2: One long term consequence OR one unintended consequence.
C3: Explain how this event was a reflection of the times
C4: Explain the lesson that future generations shouldn’t forget.
This set of directions is the outline for both topics.
* Please include BOLDED sub-headings: EXAMPLE
Introduction, Events, Precursors, Solutions & Conclusion.

 


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