Sample Paper Reference P000135 NCFE Functional Skills Qualification in English at Level 2 - Writing 600/0140/9 Time Allowed 1 HOUR Candidate No: Ext Ass Ref: Batch No: Forename: Surname: Centre No: Please ensure that your personal details above are correct. You may use a dictionary during this assessment. Read the scenario and each document carefully. Read each task carefully before starting. At the end of the assessment hand all documents over to the invigilator as instructed.
• Create an MLA-style cover page for your summer assignment that includes your name, my name, the assignment (The Scarlet Letter Summer Assignment), the class (AP English Language) and date of the first day of school in MLA format (Example: 17 Aug. 2011). • Make sure each section of the summer assignment is separate and identifiable. • If I find that you have been a participant in any plagiaristic activity, you will receive a zero. • If you use outside help for analyzing, you must document your sources. • You will submit your reading log to turnitin.com, so make sure you save your work.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: • Analyze the relationship between the basic organizational behavior models of individual, group, and organizational processes and the productivity of an organization.
Dystopian Text Set Introduction After reading The Giver and The Hunger Games, we were set out on the task to find a common theme. In an ideal situation, teachers would be able to embellish on these young adult books by supporting them with supplemental sources. Through the use of newspaper articles, magazines, picture books, videos, trailers and clips, and electronics our tenth grade English class will explore and discover the theme; dystopia paired with defiance. Dystopia literally means “bad utopia”. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, dystopia is defined as “an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives”.
CRJ 100: INTRODUCTION TO JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE CRJ 100: INTRODUCTION TO JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE Allied American University Author Note This paper was prepared for CRJ 100: INTRODUCTION TO JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE, MODULE 1, taught by NICK TRANCHINA PART 1: SHORT RESPONSE Directions: Please write a one to two paragraph response for each of the following questions. Be sure to cite any references used. Please use proper APA citation when using any source including the textbook. Please visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) for concise APA guidelines. 1.
I have retained a copy of this assignment. I have read and understand the Curtin University of Technology document Academic Integrity at Curtin: Student guidelines for avoiding plagiarism. | Name/signature | Aida Farhat | Date 19.10.2011 | ASSIGNMENT CHECKLIST I have named my assignment correctly in the following style: Surname_Firstname_EDPXXX_AssignmentX.doc | X | I have put in my Surname and Initial into header of this document. | X | I have used Arial or Times New Roman11pt font, 1.5 line spacing and centre justified the text for my assignment. | X | Please note: Page 2 of this document contains the Marking Rubric for your assignment; please begin typing your assignment on page 4.
Quiz # 7 – 12/08/2011 Astronomy 100/190Y – Exploring the Universe — Fall 11 Instructor: Daniela Calzetti ____________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: Please, write your first and last name and Student ID on the Scantron sheet. Choose the letter of the response (by firmly marking the bubble on the Scantron with a PENCIL) that you think best answers the question. Do not rush your answer. Use of textbook and class notes is allowed. **** Please, look on both sides of the sheet, there are a total of 10 questions.
Yes, ANY FORMAL ESSAY MUST BE WORD PROCESSED and submitted as a hard copy in class on the due date and as an electronic copy to TurnItIn.com by the due date, and a hard copy of the TurnItIn.com digital receipt must be attached to the hard copy final draft when it is turned in, along with the essay rubric, of course. The rubric goes on top of your final draft and the TurnItIn.com digital receipt goes underneath your final draft. For extra consideration, take on this challenge: Compare and contrast the American Dream as held by Willy, Biff, and Happy Loman, and George and Lennie from Of Mice and Men. How do each of these characters view the American Dream, how do they fail to achieve it, and what effect does their failure to achieve their dreams do to each of them? Consider the theme of being trapped or ‘boxed in’ (for Willy, and also think of where Biff and Happy really want to go and what they really want to do) and consider the ways they all feel about money (and
Attianna Williams June 13, 2012 Jodee Jacobs ENG-105 Word Choice Assignment (Steinbeck Essay) Instructions Choosing the right words in your essay can make a difference between a good and an exceptional paper. Consider John Steinbeck’s essay, “Americans and the Land” to see how word choice is used. Then, consider how to choose precise and meaningful words in your Explanatory Essay. Word Choice Assignment 1) Read the essay in your textbook (p. 68), and answer the questions below based on the essay. 2) Save your work on this template, then submit as an attachment to the appropriate drop box.
Writing Body Paragraphs for Advanced Placement English Language Persuasive Argument and Synthesis Essays This file contains sample paragraphs from papers scoring 8’s or 9’s on AP English Language free-response (or persuasive argument) and synthesis compositions. Please refer to my webpages on “Writing the Persuasive Argument” and “Writing the Synthesis Essay,” under “Writing for the AP Exam,” for more detailed information. Look for patterns in the following essays. You should note the following: Concrete Illustrations of Abstract Ideas. Every paragraph will present concrete examples.