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Using the work you completed in Tasks 1-3, write your final research report, which should be a minimum of 1,000-1,250 words. (TASKS 1-3 SHOULD BE BROKEN DOWN INTO SEPARATE FILES….THE FINAL SUBMISSION SHOULD BE ONE FILE) ter.

Course Final Report: Task 1
For Task 1, identify one environmental issue that has impacted you or someone you know. The issue that you pick will be the topic for your course final report.
To successfully complete task 1, do the following:
1.                     Briefly describe the selected environmental issue.
2.                     State your initial position on the issue in one to two paragraphs.
3.                     Find three articles that support your position.
4.                     List all the references at the end of the report according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. Course Final Report: Task 2  Review “Course Final Report: Overall Project Review.”
Using the same environmental issue you chose in Task 1, now find one or more articles which oppose the position you took in Task 1.
To successfully complete Task 2, do the following:
1.                     Briefly describe the selected environmental issue. Task 2 is similar to Task 1.
2.                     State the opposing position on the issue in one to two paragraphs.
3.                     State your rebuttals to the opposing position on the issue in one to two paragraphs.
4.                     Find one or more articles that oppose your position.
List all the references at the end of the report according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
Course Final Report: Task 3 Review “Course Final Report: Overall Project Review.”In Task 3, you will create an outline that will aid you in the organizing your information, which you will use to create the Course Final Report: Task 4.
When completing Task 3, include the following components in the outline:
1.                     Introductory paragraph
2.                     Thesis statement
3.                     Major points
4.                     Introduce your position
5.                     State the opposing position
6.                     State your rebuttal to the opposing position
7.                     Citations that support your information and data within the text

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

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