The goal of this WI assignment is for you to explain a technical paper from a primary scientific journal to a nonscientific audience. Your goal as the author of the
paper is to clearly convey the science within the paper and its relevance to a general audience. Please do not think that because this is a relatively short article
that this is a trivial exercise. One of the important roles of scientists in any job is education of the public. The public’s perception and understanding of science
related topics impacts policies at the local and global level. The topic of the paper will come from a published scientific article that has been listed as a recently
TopicsBBQ Marinades (BBQ) and I uploaded the article for you. -YOU WILL ONLY USE THIS ARTICLE WITHOUT ANY OTHER SOURCES. -THERE IS NO NEED FOR CITATIONS WHEN QUOTING OR PARAPHRASING FROM THE ARTICLE.
• Main Body
Content and Headings-Intro This section should be comprised of a description of the topic you are addressing and its significance. Catch my attention!-Discussion What have the papers authors proposed and how did they research it, including the appropriate background for a general audience.-Evaluation What is your opinion based on what you have read in THIS paper?-Conclusions Recap and summarize.
PLEASE STICK TO THE ABOVE FORMAT.
EACH section should have a heading as noted. The content of each section of the article will be graded for clarity, organization and completeness, according to the
percentages listed above. An additional 10% will be used to evaluate punctuation, grammar, spelling, adherence to standards and writing quality. Deductions for
incorrect length, improper citation, incorrect format and so forth will be assessed
ReferencesNo citations of any type are necessary. You may cite text from the paper by enclosing the text in quotes. Too much direct quotation from the paper will result in a
reduction of the papers quality
StyleThe length of the paper is 800-1200 words of body text. Format is to be submitted in 12pt Times New Roman with 1.5 line spacing and 1” margins
Deductions and AssessmentsAfter the rubric has been applied, additional deductions may be assessed for such issues as incorrect length (too long or too short), use of too much external material
even when properly cited, improper citations, execution of the assignment and so forth