Topic: Artificial Intelligence
· Thesis statement must be a claim of causation, value, fact, and/or policy, creating tension and clearly indicating argument claim.
· Must be at least 1,500-2,000 words in length, no longer than 8 pages before including your Works Cited page.
· Double Spaced, One-inch Margins, Last name & page number in upper right-hand corner of all pages.
· Must cite at least 4 peer-reviewed sources (such as periodical and journal articles found through the library, its website and databases, or sites of similar academic esteem)
· Eliminate personal pronouns unless quoting or writing anecdotally (I, you, us, our, your, my, mine, myself, yourself(vs.), ourselves, we).
· Use several quotations and examples of paraphrased or summarized material from your research to support your claim (thesis).
· Thesis statement must be a claim of causation, value, fact, and/or policy
· Must follow proper MLA 8th-edition conventions (format, citations, etc.).
· Use more quotations in the paper.
· Organize regarding the rubric or else zero points.
Examples of questions to research but can do it more research:
What are the fields working based on AI?
How technology is affecting employment?
What are the technologies involved in developing AI products?
1. Thesis and Purpose : Thesis Statement Thesis statement must be a claim of causation, value, fact, and/or policy. Thesis is “surprising” or “risky,” responds to assignment and reflects authors’ purpose Essay’s purpose is clear, shows originality or independent thought. Incorporates overall structure or organization of essay, order of argument correlates with introduction of thesis statement. Around 30 points.
2. Introduction: Introduces paper topic by giving the reader a clear and specific context for the paper topic/claim. Incorporates the claims and ideas of the essay and emphasizes its significance or importance. Includes reference to any support, outside sources or specific ideas/concepts the author will be discussing. Draws reader in with compelling and relevant topic. Around 30 points.
3. Presentation and Organization: Topic Sentences identify paragraphs’ purposes, reflect their content and contribute to overall unity of the essay. Transitions indicate relationships between not only paragraphs, but ideas. Organization is logical and purposeful. The essay is free from grammatical or mechanical error. Free from personal pronouns. Around 30 points.
4. Support and/or Text Analysis: Support and/or texts are synthesized into a conversation with one another and with the student author. Support examples or texts are introduced and explained appropriately, giving context to the reader. Essay transitions into and out of quotes and supporting examples/evidence. Support is credible and convincing. Around 40 points.
5. Conclusion: Conclusion incorporates the claims and ideas of the essay and emphasizes its significance or importance. Provides a sense of closure for the reader, demonstrating that essay has sufficiently done the work it set out to do in the claim or thesis. Answers the question, “So What?” providing relevance to the reader or suggests relation to a broader context either socially or textually. Around 20 points.
6. References: Must cite at least 4 peer-reviewed sources (such as periodical and journal articles found through the library, its website and databases, or sites of similar academic esteem)