Document Analysis: How I Became Married To English

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1. FORMAT GUIDELINES: This document is formatted similarly to the instructions given below. • Type on a computer (unless otherwise directed) • Print on standard A4 white paper (unless otherwise directed) • FULL JUSTIFY your essay (i.e. you will note in this document that the margin on the left and the right are “straight edge” and that the right margin is not “ragged”. Use the “Full Justify” button at the top of your computer in the toolbars). • Double space (on WORD, go to “Format”  “Paragraph”  “Line spacing”  “Double”) • Use legible font, e.g. TIMES NEW ROMAN, ARIAL or COURIER (this document is printed using ARIAL font) • Leave only a single space after fullstops • Set margins to 2.5 centimetres right,…show more content…
Alcorn, Veronica. Introduction. How I Became Married to English. Brisbane: Dopey Books, 2000. 1 – 19. IF the intro/foreword/afterword is by a different author to the MAIN TEXT, use “By” after the title. e.g. Alcorn, Veronica. Introduction. How I Became Married to English. By Kylie Newcomb. Brisbane: Useless Publications, 2007. vi – xiii. (xi) Citing Periodicals: NEWSPAPERS/MAGAZINES: e.g. Newcomb, K. and V. Alcorn. “English Forever!” The Courier-Mail 22 Jan. 2007: 28. JOURNALS: e.g. McGrath, Peter. “The True Dichotomy of English and Mathematics.” The Journal of English Studies Quarterly 56 (2006): 399-447. (xii) Citing Electronic Sources: For our purposes, the most important information is: • Where possible, author/editor names • Any publishing details you can locate on the Web site/Weblog • The date YOU accessed the material • The electronic address printed between carets (<,>) • MLA style uses capital “W” for Web and “Web sites” is written as two words e.g. Dave’s Place. 24 Apr.2000. 15 Jan. 2007. www.davesplace.com/ You will note that the carets will often be converted in a Word file to a hyperlink. This is acceptable for our

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