What kind of title should I give this essay?

F‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ormat & Style Your papers should be two to three pages in length (approximately 500-750 words). These are absolute limits. Failing to follow these will result in a lower grade. There is no need to use footnotes or endnotes unless you cite other sources. If you need to cite specific page numbers in the assigned book or essay, simply place the citation in parentheses at the end of the appropriate sentence, e.g. (52). Should you cite additional sources, your footnote or endnote style should follow the Chicago Manual of Style. Use standard margins of one inch. Work on making smooth transitions between ideas/paragraphs. Finish off a paragraph with a thought that leads to the beginning thought of the next paragraph. In essays this short, there is no need to use phrases such as, “as mentioned before,” or “as I stated earlier.” Avoid contractions. These essays are not that informal. Learn the difference between “its” and “it’s” (the former is the possessive, the latter is the contraction for “it is”). This is a very frequent and silly error. Be conscious of the difference between plurals and possessives. For example: Indians ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍is plural, Indian’s is possessive. The possessive when referring to more than one Indian would be Indians’. There is no need to put blank sheets in the essay (at the beginning or the end), even if the stylebooks tell you to do this. (No need to accelerate deforestation any more than we already have.) You also do not need the title or your name on the first page of the text. It is already on the cover sheet. Ask yourself some of the following questions: 1) What kind of title should I give this essay? How can I sum up the whole thing in a single phrase or question? 2) Does my introductory paragraph provide the reader with a clear sense of what is coming? Does it promise to raise issues which I never actually get around to confronting? Does it give the reader some sense of the structure of my forthcoming argument? 3) Does the main body of my essay fit well into a coherent argument? Are there sentences (or paragraphs) that needlessly repeat or re-hash what has been said before? Do I need to add more evidence, or more arguments, to bolster some point I am trying to make? 4) Do my sentences seem well-constructed? Is there any simpler, or clearer, way to say what I have said‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍?