REL 133 Week 1 Individual Assignment Elements of Religious Tradi
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Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper that does the following: • Describes these basic components of religious traditions and their relationship to the sacred: • What a religious tradition says—its teachings, texts, doctrine, stories, myths, and others • What a religious tradition does—worship, prayer, pilgrimage, ritual, and so forth • How a religious tradition organizes—leadership, relationships among members, and so forth
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Revise your first draft based on Center of Writing Excellence suggestions, your own critical thinking, and any peer reviews. Create a final draft of your research paper that Includes a 1,050- to 1,400 (4-6 page)-word document with at least five sources—three from library databases and two from other sources. Include your title page and reference page.
Create a formal outline based on your project’s purpose. This outline helps organize your thoughts and build a structure for your project. Include the three major sections of your project: introduction, your evidence, examples, or points, and the conclusion. The introduction must include your thesis statement and background. The body of the paper contains your evidence, examples, points, and sub-points to develop or prove your thesis statement.
Individual Assignment: Research Proposal Refer to the Research Proposal Assignment on your Week Two student Web site for assignment details. Submit the Research Proposal. Format according to APA standards.
Answer the questions found on the University Library and CWE Questions Worksheet found on your Week One student Web site.
RES 110 Week 1 Primary vs. Secondary Research RES 110 Week 1 Individual Assignment: University Library and CWE Questions RES 110 Week 2 Individual Assignment: Research Proposal RES 110 Week 2 Research Project Timeline RES 110 Week 3 Individual Assignment: Prepare an Outline RES 110 Week 5 Individual Assignment: Final Draft
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