John Mureithi only This paper asks you to do the following:

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This paper asks you to do the following:

· Develop an intellectual problem or question based on your hidden intellect topic. You will need to determine if your question or problem is manageable or has enough differing perspectives for a conversation(if you want to switch topics you need to talk to me and get my approval first).

· Considering a research-based conversation, you should provide an objective, well-rounded and well-researched discussion of your problem or question.

· Seek to answer the question or solve the problem using research and strategies from Levitt and Dubner’s Think Like a Freak.

· You will need a minimum of four credible, scholarly sources for this paper. You will need to provide an Annotated Bibliography at the end of your paper (not included as a part of your page length requirement) per MLA format requirements. PLEASE MAKE COPIES OF ALL OF YOUR RESEARCH ARTICLES, or if you use any books, COPIES OF THE PAGES IN THE BOOK. All of your sources must be documented for assurance of academic honesty.

This paper will be 5-6 typed pages with additional Annotated Bibliography, MLA format.

You should draw on examples and information from your sources in order to present a full discussion regarding your topic. Be sure to effectively introduce, integrate, and cite each source while making sure that you distinguish between sources, viewpoints and perspectives. (This is where meta-language and meta-commentary are very important as far as presenting information, quotes, viewpoints, etc. Take this opportunity review the strategies in They Say I Say and make use of the templates if it helps you.)

Part A: Research Question/Problem & Perspectives

Consider the Project #2 prompt and identify your research question or problem.

List five statements that reflect differing points of view or perspectives towards your question or problem.

EXAMPLE:Who Are the Gatekeepers of Hula? Who decides what is traditional andwhat is too innovative?

1. The question of tradition versus innovation in hula is important because the hula is a significant cultural practice that affects how native Hawaiians feel about themselves.

2. Rowe mentions that talking about hula goes hand in hand with not only dance, but philosophy, literature, nature and science.

3. Another perspective on hula is that innovative hula is “fake hula.”

4. Many feel that there should be a more centralized or agreed upon protocol for hula dancing, similar to ballet, while others insist that hula is unique in the fact that it perpetuates a people and not merely an art

5. Although some may not consider the state of hula a problem, research shows that fake hula and over-saturation of culture clubs are resented by native Hawaiians.

Part B: Annotated Bibliography

The Annotated Bibliography is an expanded form of a Works Cited page. The citations for each source are formatted the same way; the only difference is that at the end of the citation you need to add a summary and explanation of the source. You should briefly summarize the source and explain its relevance to the topic, question or problem of your paper. You need at least four sources/citations. See the sample from handout.

Part C: Developed Chunks

Select two strong statements from Part A and develop each idea into a substantial and coherent chunk/paragraph. First, be sure to show which idea from your proposal each paragraph is developing. Next, make sure each chunk/paragraph has a clear topic sentence, stating what the paragraph will be about (you can use the original sentence from your proposal if you like). Like any academic writing, attention should be given to grammar and mechanics, and make sure that each sentence in your paragraph connects to the previous sentence to make a coherent paragraph. Do not write an essay; do not connect the chunks. These should be two separately written chunks, kind of like individual mini-essays.

EX.(idea #2 from Part A–2. Rowe mentions that talking about hula goes hand in hand with not only dance, but philosophy, literature, nature and science.)

Rowe mentions that talking about hula goes hand in hand with not only dance, but

philosophy, literature, nature and science. Since the Hawaiians did not have a written lang-

uage, the hula was their way of recording, keeping and passing down knowledge……………….

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Lastly, write a paragraph discussing your strategy for using this information in your draft. Will you use all of the chunks you developed? Do you need to add different information from your proposal? Do you need to cut something out? Do you need to alter one of your chunks? How might you organize the chunks? Do you need to explore a totally different idea to add to your paper? Just give a preliminary report on how you think you will use the information that you have gathered thus far.

Part D: Draft

A successful draft will be complete and attempt to meet all requirements of the prompt.

Bring two copies of your draft to class for Peer Review. Your draft will be 5-6 typed pages, plus an Annotated Bibliography.

Part E: Revised draft with revision journal

Your revised draft will probably take longer than your original draft. You should look at the organizational issues with your paper, and then revise at the paragraph level, the sentence level, and finally proofread/edit. You also need to continue adding to the same numbered, running list of revisions in your Revision Journal that you made for Project #1, and add all of your Project #2 revisions. You should provide a description of the revision and an explanation as to why you made that revision. Your explanations should be descriptive enough and provide enough information to stand on their own, using numbering on your working draft for reference purposes.

5-6 typed pages, double-spaced, 12 point font, Times New Roman or similar, 1 inch margins

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