It should be typed in Times New Roman, 12 pt, double-spaced, 1inch margin at the top, bottom, left and right of each page.
It should be a minimum of three (3) pages and a maximum of five (5) pages or between 3-5 pages long.
It should be in the Chicago Manual of Style (Author-Date) format: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html > Author-Date blue tab
Here is the link to the textbook. You can use the textbook as one of the sources. https://pressbooks-dev.oer.hawaii.edu/explorations… Please get the rest of the sources from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
The topic is: How did bipedalism evolve in human ancestors?
The file I attached is an example of an A+ paper. Please use that paper as a guideline to write this research paper.
You can pick a different topic about human biological evolution but please ask me before you choose it. If not you can use the topic that I provided.
Descriptions of each section of the paper in order of appearance:
- Introduction (1 paragraph)
- Topic and Research Question (RQ) and why you chose this topic.
- Operant definitions (1 paragraph, min. 3 scientific terms defined and cited)
- Your second paragraph is where you tell your reader what your topic is about. You define at least three scientific words about your topic and cite each definition using in-text citations in the Chicago Manual of Style (author-date) format. You can use published sources that not peer-reviewed journals like the textbook for this class. Then you add any additional published sources as “reference listings” to your list of scientific sources the “Works Cited” or “Resources” section.
- Latest Research (1-3 paragraphs)
- I recommend one paragraph for each article of information or one paragraph for each fact you found that helps answer your research question.
- List not more than three interesting or important facts from new research (in past 1-5 years) that try to answer your research question. Cite the published sources with in-text citations.
- Summary (1 paragraph)
- It should include scientific terms that you used defined and cited in-text. List not more than three interesting or important facts that answer your research question. If you use information in this paragraph that you found online, then cite that information with in-text citations.
- “Works Cited” (or “Resources”) list of published sources you used (min. 3 sources)
- List of published sources of information that you will likely use to define your topics scientific terms and find the answer to your research question in your paper. They should be listed alphabetical order by each authors last name and in Chicago Manual Style (Author-Date), APA, or MLA format . They are listed under a subhead in bold Works Cited” or “Resources” as reference listings.