discussion board no need for an intro or conclusion

Submit  Message: This is for a discussion board no need for an intro or conclusion. Just answer the following questions for each senario and explain why. Describe how the following transactions would affect U.S. exports, imports, and net exports: Students in Prague flock to see the latest movie from Hollywood. Mrs. Jones in Philadelphia buys a new Volvo. The student bookstore at Oxford University in England sells a copy of a U.S. printed/authored textbook. A Canadian citizen shops at a store in northern Vermont to avoid Canadian sales taxes. An American art professor spends the summer touring museums in Europe.


(My Topic: Researching how the stress many older adults may feel evaluated on physical functioning during this COVID outbreak.)

Step 4: Thesis Statement & Outline

Formulate a thesis statement and an outline for your paper. For information on creating a thesis statement, see Effective Writing Center pages with links to writing an essay.

Create a paper outline using the following format:

Research Paper Title

I. Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement. For more information, see: Prewriting and Outline

II. Body: Main points and articles your will use to support your point.

A. Main point 1 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)

B. Main point 2 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)

C. Main point 3 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;…)

D. Etc.

III. Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points.

Step 5: First Draft

Write a 6-8 page first draft of your paper, including the following:

Title page: Provide the title of the paper, your name, and the course and section

Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement

Body: Identify and develop each of the following main points in an organized, clear manner, using in-text citations.

1) A clear thesis statement of your chosen topic

2) A discussion of why the topic is important (significance, relevance)

3) A summary of who is affected by your issue (populations, prevalence, other related statistics)

4) A discussion of the historical context of your issue. When did the issue first become something of concern? How has it evolved over time?

5) A discussion of the current research on the topic (literature review)

6) A discussion of the role that public policy plays or could play in addressing this topic?

7) Future trends and recommendations to address the issue

Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points.

Reference list: Incorporate revisions from Step 1

APA Formatting: Running head, page numbers, 1″ margins, double spaced

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