Research Paper Assignment
Globalization Research Project
Humanities 9: Crisp/Colby
Essential Question: How are the cultures and environments of ______________ impacted by globalization?
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SS 1.0: I can use geographic tools to understand and explore the political and physical geography of the developing regions of our modern world.
SS 2.0: I can identify and explain the major cultural characteristics of developing regions of our modern world.
SS 3.4: I can explain how the environment and people of East Asia are affected by rapid industrialization.
ENG 1.2: I can write informative text to discuss complex ideas and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of content. This includes introducing a topic and developing it with sufficient relevant evidence to show the significance of the topic.(research paper)
ENG 3.1: I can evaluate potential print and digital sources of information for relevance to the research question, credibility, and bias (annotated bibliography).
ENG 3.2: I can gather and organize evidence from print and digital sources to support analysis and research (detailed outline).
ENG 3.3: I can integrate information into a text selectively to maintain the flow of ideas and effectively answer the research question (research paper).
ENG 3.4: I can properly cite information to avoid plagiarism. (author page citations and Works Cited page)
ENG 5.1: I can demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
ENG 5.2: I can demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.