Students are required to write a paper answering the question ” Is Recycled Paper a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?”
From state and local government programs such as California Refund Value (CRV) to the designated bins you see on college campuses, recycling has earned widespread acceptance and become a part of our daily lives.
It is, however, not without controversy. For example, the process of recycling paper requires harsh chemicals to bleach out the ink, as well as other chemicals to process.
- All papers must use a minimum of 2 sources, one pro and one con. The textbook does not count toward the minimum.
- APA formatting.
- Two Page Minimum and Maximum.
- Title page and reference pages are required. However, they do not count towards any page count.
- Writing should reflect an understanding of the basic concepts, thorough research, and logic and critical thinking skills.
- The introduction is attention-getting with sufficient background information to establish the topic and a clear thesis statement.
- The conclusion summarizes the main points and leaves the reader with a strong comprehension of the paper’s significance and the author’s understanding and laying out the student’s position on the original ethical question.
- Grammatically correct – No spelling, grammar, or mechanics errors.