Final Project Topics Choose one of the following topics for your Project. Make sure to complete all requirements listed. You may need to do research outside the textbook to learn how to do something new or to compile the data needed for the Project. Do not do just the bare minimum. Get creative and really show off what you have learned.
• Be sure to abide by the Academic Integrity policy. • Upload both essays and your sources cited together as a single file, submitted to the appropriate place in Moodle (Module 8). The link will only allow you to submit one file, so you must have both essays and sources in one file. • A grading rubric is provided (for both the mid-term and the
Student ID Number: (ID number only and NOT your name) 8. Date of Submission: (date) * Include a word count at the end of your report. Submission Deadline: Draft report - Friday, 5/6/2015, 3pm to Academic Services. (If your draft report is not submitted by the deadline - only 95% of the final report mark will be awarded) You will also need to submit ONE electronic copy to your tutor via Turn It In. Final summative report - Monday, 15/6/2015, 3pm to Academic Services.
(d) There are two alternatives: (i) Winning $1 if the sum of the 200 numbers drawn is between –5 and +5 6 Winning $1 if the average of the 200 numbers drawn is between –0.025 and +0.025. Which is better, or are they the same? The number of draws is n=200 (a) average=sum/n = (30/200) = 0.15 (b) average=sum/n = (-20/200) = -0.1 (c) Average = sum/200 (d) (i) and (ii) are the same. –0.025 = (-5/200) and 0.025=(5/200). So if –5 happens, -0.025 is happening, too, and if 5
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.
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.
The Spectrum was there newspaper and responsibility, “was not just a class exercise. To hone writing skills, it was a… forum established to give students the ability to express their view and appreciate their right under the First Amendment..” “The Spectrum was a student press publication, accepting all rights implied by the first Amendment…Only speech that ‘materially and substantially interferes with appropriate discipline could be prohibited.” Students do not shed their constitutional right upon entering the school
The research paper will be completed in two parts. The first draft version will be graded on content. In this version I will not be overly critical of spelling, grammar or APA. This version will be returned to the student with comments to help make sure they have satisfactory covered the topic. The final version of the research paper will be graded on content, grammar, spelling and APA documentation.
You must integrate all quotes and references into the body of your essay and use APA documentation correctly. Include at least the following: 1. One short direct quotation with proper context 2. One long direct quotation with proper context 3. One indirect quotation (i.e.
She says they range from fifteen years to fifty and of different occupation and nationality. Classroom base teaching limits student’s choices. Students don’t have to choose materials in the syllabus instead they have to follow it as a strict and fixed requirement because they are not allowed to make selections. At the end of the final project, classroom students mostly hand their research paper to their instructor while an online student gets to email theirs or put it in an online drop box. However, Laird says other than the fact that there is no face to face communication between the teacher and the students, there is also too much use of web.