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John Lennon’s Assassination

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  Counts

  Total Pages: 17.72
  Total Words: 4430
  Total Characters: 20193
  Number of Sentences: 275


  Averages

  Words per Sentences: 16.11
  Characters per Words: 4.56


  Readability

  Flesch Reading Ease: 72.33
  Fog Scale Level: 9.78
  Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 7.17  

John Lennon’s Assassination


Appendix 1


When I first started my research I decided to use an Internet source because it seemed like it would be very simple to find information on the Internet.    After searching fro hours and not finding much information on the Internet I decided to go look at my packet at some websites that could help me, I went to www.google.com, and searched from there.  I found some periodicals on a website and continued to search on different sites.  I found some information about Mark David Chapman on, the killer of John Lennon, on www.geocites.com, which was very helpful.  Then I got some books at the library and used them.  I used the books much more than any other source.  One book was extremely useful it was called The Covert War Against Rock because it talked about how the government played with the minds of John Lennon and his family.  If I could I probably could have written my entire paper right out of that book but there were other required sources, and “required means required.”  I then used my Encarta, which really didn’t help at all because it talked of John Lennon’s life as a child and as a teen growing up in England and that not what my paper was about.


            I had the most trouble trying to develop a thesis statement.  I couldn’t develop a thesis statement because there were many different theories and topics about John Lennon that I could write about. It was hard to develop a thesis statement also because I needed a statement that fit the paper like glove.  It couldn’t be to vague where I could write a novel on it, and it couldn’t be to specific because then I wouldn’t be able to write enough on it. I also had trouble finding information about John Lennon on the Internet because every time I would type his name into a search it would ask me if I wanted to download John Lennon music or get lyrics fro his music, and that is not what I was looking for.  The hardest research question to answer was definitely how...

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