Hook-Degrees of success here depend on getting the attention of the reader in 1-2 sentence using either a news event, personal anecdote, popular film / TV example, or an outside quotation NOT taken from a research article.
Bridge-Degrees of success here depend on including an effective transitional sentence which indicates the relationship between the “hook” and the general topic.
Motive-Degrees of success here depend on effectively establishing the importance of the topic itself either through a larger theme, directly posed question, or the neglected /popular trend surrounding the topic itself.
Research Scope Statement-Degrees of success here depend on including an effective description of ALL the research sources as people and active agents of investigation (critics, authors, researches, etc…). Scope may also describe general agreement / disagreement / or both amongst the sources.
Position Evaluation of Research-Degrees of success here depend on effectively stating your opinion on the QUALITY of research through readability / accessibility or productiveness.
5 paragraphs using all the articles listed below as well as 3 quotes from each one.
Buia, Carole. “Now, Stop Procrastinating.” TIME Magazine, vol. 160, no. 13, Sept. 2002, p. 83. Academic Search Complete.
Jarmon, Amy L. “Don’t Wait to Begin Curbing Procrastination.” Student Lawyer, vol. 36, no. 7, Mar. 2008, pp. 16–17. Academic Search Complete.
Kasland, Karen. “Procrastination Makeover: Homework Edition.” Current Health Teens, vol. 38, no. 1, Sept. 2011, pp. 16–19. Academic Search Complete.
Lewis, Kristin. “You Phone Could Ruin Your Life.” Scholastic Scope, vol. 63, no. 7, Mar. 2015, pp. 4–9. Academic Search Complete.
Watson, Thomas. “The Procrastinator.” Canadian Business, vol. 80, no. 18, Sept. 2007, p. 82. Academic Search Complete.