for full credit, 6 terms must be from our glossary, and must be in addition to agent, effects, or controls (for the pre-paper, you get full credit for 3 terms). Do not define the terms. Instead, just list them at the top as shown in our template, and underline them within the body of the paper. I want you to demonstrate understanding by applying these terms appropriately. For example, “this is an environmental health issue” might not receive full credit by itself, but “this is an environmental health issue because of a specific chemical in our water that increases the risk of cardiovascular disease” would receive full credit. I encourage you to talk about practical applications in your discussion of controls. I accept any of the standard formats for referencing (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, etc.). Since so many have asked, I provide a suggested format in the template. I also encourage references from our glossary — most instructors discourage Wikipedia, but the sites I list in our glossary are acceptable for the specific purposes of this paper. Avoid videos as a reference, because you can usually find the same information elsewhere. It’s OK to have uneven coverage of topics (for example, more about the agent than health effects or controls). You may even be writing about issues not contained in the rubric. I expect this, because topics will vary. As long as you address the items in the rubric, you’ll be fine!