Read the whole question before answering. Your structure should include proving your thesis statement as well as writing about the class materials. Use the class readings as evidence to support your points. Points for the final will be given when you use the readings to support your points. This is not an opportunity to use examples from your own experience or opinions but rather to show that you did the readings and can use them in an essay. You must quote (with quotation marks) and cite (APA) the materials you use (as these do not count towards the Turnitin similarity percentage). According to Turnitin –> Originality Report generation for submissions is subject to a twenty-four hour delay. Essays must be between 600 to 800 words each — 1.5 to 2 pages minimum but no more than 3 pages. Use the readings from the class as evidence to support your points. Make sure you use EXAMPLES from the readings to illustrate your points. Essays should have a short introductory paragraph, supporting paragraphs and a short concluding paragraph. You must have a thesis statement or guiding statement for each essay. Sentences need to be clearly written and understandable. Check your paper for spelling and punctuation – errors will result in points off. Submit the final as ONE document through Turnitin link found on the last section of iLearn. Documents should be double-spaced and use 11 or 12 point Arial or Times New Roman font. Emailed documents will not be graded. All documents must be uploaded to the correct assignment link on iLearn.