Final Paper Outline and Annotated Bibliography
For the Week Three written assignment, you will be submitting an outline with a thesis statement as well as an annotated bibliography in order to prepare yourself to write the Final Paper for this course.
After deciding upon the three developmental theories you will compare and contrast for the Final Paper in Week Five, locate research that has been conducted on those developmental theories. You will find research and empirical articles located in the Ashford Online Library. You must click on scholarly, peer-reviewed when searching for your articles. The articles are to be direct reports of research conducted by the authors. The articles are not to be literature reviews, editorials, or book reviews.
You are to have a minimum of six sources in addition to any use of the textbook. At least five of the sources are to be scholarly, peer-reviewed empirical research articles from which reports of research for evidence-based information can be obtained.
After you have determined your topic and located your resources, you will create an outline. Be sure your outline is written in APA style as outlined by the Ashford Writing Center. To see an example of this, please visit the Ashford Writing Center in the left-hand navigation tab. Your outline must include:
At the end of the outline, create an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography for this assignment is one that is in APA format and is followed by a brief description of how the resource is relevant to the topic of your paper. Please visit the Ashford Writing Center for a sample annotated bibliography.
In today’s society, there are over a billion of diversified humans that are born with distinctive personal traits. In all humans, we can innately identify their individual trait rather it’s inherited along the family life line or given directly from ones parents. According to the text,the complete inherited makeup of an organismis like height, eye color, shape of the earlobe, and hairline Mossler, R. (2011).This essay defines sickle cell anemia, the role of genetics in sickle cell anemia with examples of their abnormal contribute to genetic and how the genes of the two parents influence the traits of an offspring.