Task 1 A. Compose an appropriate, arguable thesis statement that previews two to four main points and that you plan to use in your research paper. B. Create an annotated bibliography of eight to ten appropriate, credible sources that you plan to use in your research paper. Note: You may use the attached “Annotated Bibliography Template” to complete your annotated bibliography, but use of the attached template is not required. 1. Provide a full, APA-formatted reference citation for the 8–10 sources. 2. Provide an annotation (suggested length of 150 words) for each of the 8–10 sources by doing the following: a. Summarize the information presented in the source. b. Analyze the credibility of the author of the source or of the publication (e.g. journal, publisher, or website), if no author is present. c. Analyze the relevance of the source to your chosen research topic. 3. Write each annotation in your own words, without the excessive use of direct quotation or extensive paraphrasing, for the 8–10 sources from part B. C. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission Task 2 A. Write an original and cohesive argumentative research paper (suggested length of 8–10 pages). 1. Provide an effective introduction. 2. Provide an appropriate thesis statement that previews two to four main points. 3. Develop each of the previewed main points in effective paragraphs with support from a variety of sources. 4. Provide an effective conclusion. B. Incorporate seven academically credible sources in your paper. Note: More than seven sources may be used but are not required. C. Acknowledge sources, using APA-formatted in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. Note: Refer to Appendix B, linked below, for assistance with referencing guidelines. D. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission. The first task needs to be completed and turned in 9/20/19 then the final paper can be completed.