How to Write an "A" Paper Every Time: The 5X Principle
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How to Write an "A" Paper Every Time: The 5X Principle

It really is not difficult to write an "A" paper, in any class, or on any subject, if you have a formula to follow.
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Created by Jay Thomas Fox
Last updated 4/2019
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 11 articles
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • In this four-part Lesson #17, Students will learn a logical, proven, and consistent method of how to decide on, create, organize, edit, polish, and present an "A" paper—every time. This course is designed around my "5X Principle," a formula for getting "A" papers in any middle, high school, or college course. Students will learn the basic components of the 5X Principle, choose a topic and receive guidance for a 250-300 Word Paper. Steps in the paper writing process include: drafting sections of a paper, apply 5X guidelines, perform research, review draft, edit for presentation, present paper by reading aloud in class. Students will receive feedback and be asked to submit final paper on time to Mr. Fox.
  • This four-part course is one of my most popular courses by far. It really is not difficult to write an "A" paper, in any class, or on any subject, if you simply have a formula to follow. This central principle, The 5X Principle is based off solid business, educational, and academic principles and is the core of this course and concept that has produced “A”s on every paper but one since 2004.
Requirements
  • No prerequisite courses are required for Lesson #17. NOTE: I strongly suggest that the Student(s) not use the Study Notes provided when first watching a video lecture(s). Learning how to take notes is vital in many areas of school and life. Student(s) should use Study Notes to check accuracy and content with rough notes for Lesson #17. Take better notes by making notes, that is, putting thought into action, don’t just write down what is said in a video or live lecture, but enter in to your notes your emotions, thoughts, and interjections.
Description

In this four-part Lesson #4, Students will learn a logical, proven, and consistent method of how to decide on, create, organize, edit, polish, and present an "A" paper—every time. This course is designed around my "5X Principle," a formula for getting "A" papers in any middle, high school, or college course. Students will learn the basic components of the 5X Principle, choose a topic and receive guidance for a 250-300 Word Paper. Steps in the paper writing process include: drafting sections of a paper, apply 5X guidelines, perform research, review draft, edit for presentation, present paper by reading aloud in class. Students will receive feedback and be asked to submit final paper on time to Mr. Fox.

This four-part course is one of my most popular courses by far. It really is not difficult to write an "A" paper, in any class, or on any subject, if you simply have a formula to follow. This central principle, The 5X Principle is based off solid business, educational, and academic principles and is the core of this course and concept that has produced “A”s on every paper since 2004, except one which came from a really harsh grading professor. For Students who have never had a template to go by for creating good essay products, this course will help by leaps and bounds; and for those who are proficient in essay writing will find this course to be the sharpening and simplifying of your style and process.

Who this course is for:
  • For Students who have never had a template to go by for creating good essay products, this course will help by leaps and bounds; and for those who are proficient in essay writing will find this course to be the sharpening and simplifying of your style and process.
  • Students from age 8 to 18 as well as adult Students yearning for competence-based courses that build skills and master concepts of taking great notes from multiple genres. Students are taken on a step-by-step journey, engaging the material, performing activities, learning to think critically while gaining a better understanding of the subject, learning tools, tips, and tricks to produce the best practices possible, arriving at a final product the Student can be proud of.
Course content
Expand all 15 lectures 01:43:09
+ Introduction to How to Write an "A" Paper Every Time: The 5X Principle.
6 lectures 05:41

Welcome to Lesson #17, course description, Parts 1-4 summary, and rational for course.

Introduction to Lesson #17
01:38

Meet Your Online Instructor, Mr. Fox

Meet Your Online Instructor, Mr. Fox
00:38

Course Prerequisite, Resources, and Materials Required

Course Prerequisite, Resources, and Materials Required
00:43

Course Requirements, Assignments, and Measurable Outcomes

Course Requirements, Assignments, and Measurable Outcomes
00:53

Grading Policies, Credit Hours, and Late Assignments

Grading Policies, Credit Hours, and Late Assignments
01:46

Course Syllabus and Introduction Study Notes

Course Syllabus and Introduction Study Notes
00:01
+ Lesson #17 Part 1 Basic Components, the 5X Principle, and Topic of Paper
2 lectures 33:18

Lesson #17 Part 1 Basic Components, the 5X Principle, and Topic of Paper

Lesson #17 Part 1 Basic Components, the 5X Principle, and Topic of Paper
33:15

Lesson #17 Part 1 Basic Components, the 5X Principle, and Topic of Paper

Lesson #17 Part 1 Study Notes
00:03
+ Lesson #17 Part 2 Draft Sections, Apply 5X Guidelines, Title, Abstract & Content
2 lectures 22:20

Draft sections of paper, apply 5X guidelines, draft a Title, Abstract & Content page

Lesson #17 Part 2 Draft Sections, Apply 5X Guidelines, Title, Abstract & Content
22:17

Lesson #17 Part 2 Draft Sections, Apply 5X Guidelines, Title, Abstract & Content

Lesson #17 Part 2 Study Notes
00:03
+ Lesson #17 Part 3 Further Research, Review Draft, Edit for Presentation
2 lectures 32:19

Further Research, Review Draft, and Edit for Presentation

Preview 32:18

Lesson #17 Part 3 Study Notes

Lesson #17 Part 3 Study Notes
00:01
+ Lesson #17 Part 4 Part 4 Presentation of Paper, Feedback, & Email to Mr. Fox
2 lectures 09:29

Part 4 Presentation of Paper, Read in Class, Receive Feedback, Pop Quiz, Submission of Paper by email to Mr. Fox.

Lesson #17 Part 4 Presentation of Paper, Feedback, Pop Quiz, Submit Paper
09:24

Lesson #17 Part 4 Study Notes

Lesson #17 Part 4 Study Notes and Conclusion
00:05
+ Bonus Lecture Further Study from Mr. Fox
1 lecture 00:01
Lesson #17 Bonus Lecture Further Study
00:01