1. Introduction- State the thesis or idea at the root of your paper. ½ – 1 page

1. Introduction- State the thesis or idea at the root of your paper. ½ – 1 page 2. Describe the new of building and its surroundings. 1-2 pages 3.

Compare and contrast styles, techniques and materials used. 2 pages 4. Analysis – Evaluate the success or failure of the building in relationship to the neighborhood Support your opinion with a series of arguments. 1-2 pages 5. Conclusion -Restate thesis and summarize the research and

thought process. ½- 1 pages Bibliography: In addition to internal sources, include a minimum of three articles from books or periodicals that you

need to use for your research Photographs: Number and caption each photograph and include its author or source. (You should be taking most of the photographs for the paper).