(Answered) ENGL147N Week 7 Assignment: Final Draft of the Argument Research Paper


ENGL147N Advanced English Composition

Required Resources

Read/review the following resources for this activity:

This week’s assignment is the final, revised draft of your Argument Research Paper. This final copy will demonstrate the argument, writing, and revision techniques studied in the course and will build upon the steps you have taken in previous weeks toward thoroughly and carefully revising your  Download Argument Research Paper originally composed and submitted in Week 5.

Writing Requirements for the Argument Research Essay Final Draft:

  • Correct use of APA guidelines for the following:
  • Headers with pagination
  • Title Page
  • Margins, spacing, and paragraph indentation
  • APA in-text citation and referencing for all sources
  • Do not divide your essay into sections.
  • Do not use headings within your paper to indicate changes in topic. While longer APA essays and particular types of APA writing, such as scholarly articles, employ APA-style bolded headings to divide portions of the writing, you are writing a shorter academic essay. Your shift from one paragraph to the next should be signaled through your use of the effective transition and topic sentence rules we have practiced.
  • 6-8 full pages for the essay itself, not including title page or references
  • Effective structure, including your introduction paragraph, your body paragraphs, and your conclusion paragraph
  • At least 5 scholarly sources visibly used, cited, and referenced


UV Radiation:

This paper is research of the topic and argument on how UV radiation impacts the environment. The most common form of UV radiation is sunlight which produces three main types of UV rays which includes, UV-A; having the least energy in the classification of UV rays, UV-B;having somewhat more energy than UV-A, and UV-C; having more energy than all other UV rays. Natural sunlight which is the main source of UV radiation contains UV photon particles, these particles have a much higher energy than the visible light, thereby causing sunburn, wrinkles, leathery skin, liver spot, eye problems such as inflamed cornea and cataracts, and have the potential to cause DNA damage in skin cells leading to skin cancer such as basal cell and squamous cell cancer as well as immune suppression which is significantly contributing to mortality rates.

Topic Summary:

Overexposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet-A and ultraviolet-B radiation are considered very harmful to the skin as it causes premature aging, skin diseases and cancers significantly contributing to mortality rates in humans and animals.……please click the icon below to purchase full answer at $10