Watch any version of Titanic; .
Watch any version of Titanic; there are multiple movies on this topic. You may watch a fictional version of the disaster or a documentary. While you are watching, take notes on anything that explains the cause of the disaster. You will use this information later to choose a topic for your research paper. Now write a one page summary of the movie you watched. Include a title page in APA style, a running head in APA style, and a reference page with the reference for the movie. To reference a movie, you may use the format illustrated below. The first example describes what goes into the documentation and the second part is an example of the format with a real movie. Director, P.P. (Director). (Date of Publication). Title of Movie. [Motion Picture]. Country: Studio. Cameron, J. (Director). (1997). Titanic [Motion Picture]. United States: Twentieth Century Fox Film. Choose one of the theories listed below about the sinking of the Titanic. Then using the outline for argumentation, write a three page research paper proving your theories. You must format the essay in APA style, use a title page, an abstract, running heads, one visual, internal documentation, and a reference page to get full credit. Make sure that each paragraph has one paraphrase and one direct quote. You must have a total of five sources. If you need help on format, you may look at the sample paper in the book or the sample paper on OWL Purdue. The following are your choice of topics. You may only choose one of these topics for your research. You can use the internet sources, but they need to be good sources, so you should not use Wikipedia. Topics: Design, Materials, Wireless Operator, Look Out, The Captain, Weather, Mirage Theory, Switch Theory, Murder Plot. Write a one paragraph discussion of the topic you have chosen for your research. Share this topic with your classmates and comment on two of their topics by Now write a one page summary of the movie you watched. Include a title page in APA style, a running head in APA style, and a reference page with the reference for the movie. To reference a movie, you may use the format illustrated below. Outline I. Introduction A. Issue introduced with background B.Thesis statement (Your argument for the cause of the accident.) II.Argument one A.Evidence B.Quoted source C.Analysis of information III. Argument two A.Evidence B.Quoted source C.Analysis of information IV.Argument three A.Evidence B.Quoted source C.Analysis of information V.Opposition refuted (Refutation) A.Indentify arguments from others B.Quoted source C.Respond to arguments D.Quoted source E.Refute arguments VI.Conclusion