What were some of the key statements made on both sides of the debate?
Please view this video (https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Don%e2%80%99t+Give+Us+Your+Tired%2c+Your+Poor%2c+Your+Huddled+Masses%3a+A+Debate&docid=608018608837574763&mid=97F5232E2EEADA0E34C697F5232E2EEADA0E34C6&view=detail&FORM=VIRE) with the purpose of summarizing key points of the debates. What were some of the key statements made on both sides of the debate? Who were the Debaters? What were the outcomes of the Debate? There must be a introduction and conclusion paragraph. This video is one hour and forty minutes in length (1:43).
MINIMUM WORD COUNT 200 WORDS FOR CREDIT.
Paragraphs must meet the APA format and guidelines. Cover page – see: https://libguides.uta.edu/apa/pageheader
Don’t Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses: A
Name of College
Course and course number
The introduction paragraph is the first paragraph on page 2. It introduces a brief overview of what the paper is about and states the key points being discussed in the paper.
1. Paragraph indented
2. Paragraphs to be double-spaced
3. Each paragraph must have a subtopic header (centered) to show the paragraph changed to a new key point
4. Must use proper in-text citations such as: According to Schaefer (2019), …..etc (p. 555). or if used at the end of a statement (Director, 2019, 05:33). The citation only applies to the sentence it proceeds and not the entire paragraph. ALL information from resources must be in-text cited. NOTE: You should only use resources to support your discussion throughout the paper and should not exceed 20% of your paper.
5. You must have a Conclusion paragraph (Subtopic header “Conclusion” centered and bold). The “Conclusion” paragraph is the last paragraph and summarizes the topic and the key points discussed in the paper. No new information is added to the conclusion.
6. The “Reference” (header centered and bold) page is the last page of the paper and should be in APA format.
Use format for videos
See the Example below:
Intelligence Squared. U.S. (Director) (2011) Don’t Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses: A Debate [Video] from Videos on Demand (Indent the second line).