What was Martin Luther’s argument with the Catholic Church? Why? What affect did it have on the church then and now?
HISTORICAL ESSAY – HIS 101
Double-spaced Times New Roman 12-point font
Standard 1″ margins and a minimum of 6 full pages plus a Works Cited page
Basic mastery of grammar, syntax, and style (proof read at least once)
Each paper must have a clearly defined introductory paragraph, one or more body paragraph/s, and a concluding paragraph.
Each paragraph must have at least five sentences.
Each paragraph must have a topic sentence expressing one main idea.
An introduction must contain context (who, what, where, and when).
An introduction must contain a thesis statement, which must take the form of an unambiguous claim based on the above question.
Every paper must have at least 4 approved scholarly sources, not including your textbook (see the addendum for instruction regarding approved sources and MLA in-text citations).
These scholarly sources must occur in the Works Cited Page and as an MLA in-text citations in a body paragraph.
All claims (not just direct quotations) from your textbook and your additional scholarly sources require MLA in-text citations. Such in-text citations occur at the end of sentences. A few citations for each paragraph are common. Review the instructions for essays and citations/quotations provided in your syllabus.
A concluding paragraph provides a recap of the paper and must attempt to answer the question – ‘so what?’ This, above all, is the paragraph that can be most creative and can contain an element of subjectivity and persuasion.
What was Martin Luther’s argument with the Catholic Church? Why was it important? In what ways did it affect the church then and now?
(b) You will answer these questions in your essay’s introduction.
(c) You will provide “proof” of this answer in the body paragraphs of your essay.
STEP 2: LOCATE RESOURCES.
(a) You can use physical books from any library.
(b) Use approved online sources with the following directions. Typing the word “books” into the Google search engine will take you to Google Books. Through this search engine you will have preview access to books.
Keep in mind that websites of any kind (Wikipedia, blogs, university web pages, and general information sites like Gale in Context), sources lacking either an author or page numbers, or encyclopedias of any kind are not approved sources!
STEP 3: CONDUCT RESEARCH.
(a) Find Related Sources. Look for sources related to your question. This means you may be searching for sources about a particular event, person, country, region, political development, or historical era.
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