1. Give the bibliographic data for all resources using the MLA format. Have a separate page for bibliographic data at the end of your commentary. One of your sources is automatically the book assigned for commentary. You must have five sources total.
| p. 229-230, 8.03p. 62, 3.02-3.03 | 3. What format is prescribed for the title? | Titles should be self explanatory especially when it stands alone. It should not be longer than 12 words, but should still summarize the main topic of the paper/article.
LS1 Week 2 Demo Assignment Please keep in mind that while you did work in groups for this assignment what you turn in for a grade must be written in your own words. Any evidence of plagiarism will be written up and dealt with through the office of the Deans of Students. Do not use quotations (put the information in your own words and provide a citation), and make sure you cite the references used in your paper (there is more on this in a later section). Formatting 1. Write in the active voice whenever possible.
Throughout your writing career, you will have to use a variety of formats. Being able to research and adapt to their forms is a necessity. Although not always specified by MLA, I require that your essays be free of added space between paragraphs. This can be done in the newer versions of Word by clicking the paragraph tab at the Home Menu and checking the box marked “Don’t add space between paragraphs of the same style.”( Home>Paragraph>Spacing>”Don’t Add Space” box.) Submission & Drafts: All essays must be submitted electronically to Blackboard and turnitin.com.
What does she learn from her experience concerning work ethic and economic opportunity? * General Expectations: * Generally, ENG 101 papers should be analytical, rather than mere summary. Summarizing material may play a role in your papers, but it should be a small role that seeks to briefly inform readers of the background of an argument. The argument should be stated as the paper’s thesis or central idea. This thesis statement should be clear and concise, neither too obvious (in no need of argumentative support) nor outlandish (unable to be supported by the text).
PRE-ENTRY ACCESS COURSE GENERAL ESSAY 2011-2012 The general essay is designed to give you practice in essay-writing, a skill vital for success at university. It is intended to help you express your thoughts on an issue by requiring you to construct a reasoned argument: the constructive comments you will receive on its structure, content and style of writing are designed to give you advice on improvements. Your essay will NOT be awarded a numerical mark and it will NOT count towards your final assessment, but it is a required part of this course and must be submitted. Your essay should be 500-800 words in length. Please type on A4 paper and leave a margin of at least 5cm on each side of each page to enable the reader to write comments at the appropriate level on the page.
Reporting All project submissions should be prepared as Word documents suitable for electronic transmission. Your PP1 report should consist of precisely 5 numbered pages. The first page is a cover sheet having on it only your name, course name, and number (Business Economics GM545), the academic term, and your e-mail address. After that, the response to each of the 3 reported exercises should be on a separate page. On each page, state the chapter and question number before answering it.
In the conclusion of your research paper, try to leave something for the reader to think about. You can restate your thesis in different words, or you can give a short summary of the main points of your research paper. Remember that the language of a research paper is different from the language of, for example, a narrative essay. A narrative essay is usually meant to entertain, and so the voice is personal and informal. However, a research paper should have a serious, objective voice and a formal style.
ONE WARNING: I want these to be current events, so I will require that your article citation include the date and the date must be within the last year (i.e. Sept. 2010 or later). 1. A good place to search regularly for articles on ethical topics is Kidder's Ethics Newsline: http://www.globalethics.org/newsline/ . A new one comes out every Monday, and you can search through archives of recent issues at the bottom of this page.
There is no need to cite lecture material unless you directly quote something said in class. Essays are due in class in hard copy (no email attachments) on Wednesday, March 20th. Late papers will be severely penalized. Papers that do not follow the formatting instructions will be penalized. Evidence of plagiarism will result in a failing grade as well as other possible penalties allowed under University rules.