Research paper on comparing and contrasting blimps (airships) from WW1 and WW2
· What were the differences between airships in WW1 and WW2?
Airships were utilized in both World War 1 and World War 2, but there were many differences between the utilization of these airships between both world wars. It was 21 years in-between the first world war and the second. Technology, the wars, the motive, everything changed in those 21 years except the use of airships in battle. Multiple countries utilized the airship in both world wars because it was a very successful weapon, but it was even more successful in world war 2.
Sources for information
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Zeppelin Raids. (2016, April 10). Retrieved from https://nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/education/zeppelins.pdf.
Airships and Balloons in the World War II Period. (n.d.). Retrieved October 28, 2019, from https://www.centennialofflight.net/essay/Lighter_than_air/Airships_in_WWII/LTA10.htm
Golson, J. (2017, June 3). WWI Zeppelins: Not Too Deadly, But Scary as Hell. Retrieved from https://www.wired.com/2014/10/world-war-i-zeppelins/
Research Question, Thesis Statement, and Paper – Develop your topic into one clear concise research question and create a thesis statement. Compile your (one) question, thesis statement, and research into a written four to six-page (APA style) written paper. You can write from any perspective or lens that interests you: historical, scientific, technological, engineering, or mathematical. This research paper must include the following elements:
1. Title-page (not part of the page requirement)
2. Body (four to six pages)
o Introduction – Tells the reader what you are going to write about and includes your thesis statement. Be sure to make it interesting so the reader will want to continue and read the rest of your work.
o Body of the Paper – Goes through each point you want to illustrate by providing your ideas and your research about the topic. Be sure you write an opening sentence for each paragraph that will draw your reader into your idea or point.
o Conclusion/Summary – Reminds the reader what you wrote about in your work. It is similar to the introduction but with a concluding statement.
3. Reference-page (not part of the page requirement)
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction (5%)
Provides context; includes a thesis statement and the lens that presents an overall picture of student’s chosen topic
Proficient (4-5 Points) – Clearly provides all necessary information and sets expectations. Includes a thesis statement and the lens that clearly presents an overall picture of student’s chosen topic
Satisfactory (2-3 Points) – Minor lack or excess of information; minor lack of clarity. Includes a thesis statement and the lens that adequately presents an overall picture of student’s chosen topic
Poor (0-1 Point) – Confusing, vague or lacking; does not include a thesis statement or lens that presents an overall picture of the student’s chosen topic or the thesis statement and the lens is vague
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody Structure (5%)
Paragraphs focus on one major idea each; Transitions clearly show relationships among ideas
Proficient (4-5 Points) – Paragraphs consistently meet expectations; transitions very clear
Satisfactory (2-3 Points) – 1-3 lapses in paragraphs; 1-3 problems with transitions
Poor (0-1 Point) – So many lapses in paragraphs or problems with transitions that comprehension is difficult
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion (5%)
Decisively ends paper
Proficient (4-5 Points) – Ends paper with powerful impact; creates a fully satisfying sense of completion
Satisfactory (2-3 Points) – Ending works, but may be weak or does not create a good sense of completion
Poor (0-1 Point) – Weak, confusing or missing ending
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent (30%)
Paper effectively responds to the topic; paper is sufficient length to adequately address the topic (four to six pages)
Proficient (25-30 Points) – Paper carefully and thoroughly responds to all aspects of the topic
Satisfactory (18-24 Points) – Paper adequately responds to the topic; length is adequate to address the topic
Poor (0-17 Points) – Paper does not respond effectively to the topic; length is insufficient to adequately address the topic
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVocabulary (10%)
Appropriate; avoids jargon, slang, and overly emotionally charged words
Proficient (9-10 Points) – Skillful word choice that is precise, purposeful and always appropriate in formality
Satisfactory (7-8 Points) – Relatively few minor errors
Poor (0-6 Points) – So many errors that writing is difficult to comprehend or offensive or irrelevant
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Style (10%)
Variety of sentence constructions, appropriate brevity, use of parallelism, poetic effects (such as metaphor, simile, alliteration)
Proficient (9-10 Points) – Pleasing variety of sentence constructions; always effective and appropriate brevity, use of parallelism and/or poetic effects
Satisfactory (7-8 Points) – Relatively few minor errors
Poor (0-6 Points) – Errors detract significantly from comprehension or create significant distractions
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar (10%)
Fragments, run-ons, tense, voice, person, disagreement, spelling, punctuation
Proficient (9-10 Points) – Few to no errors (1% or less of assignment word total)
Satisfactory (7-8 Points) – Some errors (less than 5% of word total)
Poor (0-6 Points) – Errors detract significantly from comprehension
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources – Number, Quality and Variety (10%)
Sufficient use of the text to support ideas; 2 Primary and 2 secondary courses are included
Proficient (9-10 Points) – Effort beyond expectations; material from the readings is well-chosen and effectively integrated. Valid and credible primary and secondary sources are included.
Satisfactory (7-8 Points) – Adequate integration of material from the readings into the paper. Partial use of primary and secondary sources are included.
Poor (0-6 Points) – Does not incorporate material from the readings into the paper. No use of primary and secondary sources are shown.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources – Integration and Citation (15%)
Quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing; in-text citations and references adhere to formatting style; current and accurate APA format is used
Proficient (13-15 Points) – Sources interspersed with writer’s own analysis or synthesis; quotes are less than 10% of paper; 1-5 minor errors in documentation
Satisfactory (10-12 Points) – Sources interspersed with writer’s own work; quotes are less than 20% of paper; more than 5 minor errors in documentation
Poor (0-9 Points) – Sources strung together with little of the writer’s own work; quotes are 50% or more of paper; citations missing or with major errors; plagiarism
Total Points: 100.0
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