Humanities Course.

I need your help to write:

1)- A research proposal on the topic of “The Qur’an “. I need this proposal in April 22 Which is tomorrow at 8:00 p.m.

2)- A research paper on the same proposal. I need you to finish this paper inApril30 at 12:00 p.m.

You can find in the attachments:
1- The instructions of the proposal.

2- one example to help you to figure out how to write the research proposal.

3- The instructions of the research paper.

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Proposal Instructions: Write your proposal using proper Standard English and clear, complete sentences. Follow the format below, 1, 2, and 3. Thesis: “A thesis statement declares what you believe and what you intend to prove. A good thesis statement makes the difference between a thoughtful research project and a simple retelling of facts. “A good tentative thesis will help you focus your search for information. But don’t rush! You must do a lot of background reading before you know enough about a subject to identify your thesis. You may not know how you stand on an issue until you have examined the evidence. You will likely begin your research with a research question which you will refine until you are certain of your thesis statement. “The thesis statement is typically located at the end of your opening paragraph. (The opening paragraph serves to set the context for the thesis.) “Remember, your reader will be looking for your thesis. Make it clear, strong, and easy to find.” See the website “What is a thesis?” HYPERLINK “” Approach: Write 100-125 words describing your approach to the paper. Paper Title: Think of something that will grab the reader’s attention and keep them interested. Be as concise as possible. The title of your paper should include the title of the novel. For example: “Gender Roles in Sappho’s Poetry ” Here is an example of how your proposal should look: 1. Thesis: Sappho’s poetry examines untraditional gender roles. 2. Approach: Here, you will present how you will approach your paper through your ideas and research. 3. Title: “Gender roles in Sapphos’ Poetry”