“The Social Contract.” Ideas Across Time: Classic and Contemporary Readings for Composition. Ed. Igor Webb. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008. 348-53.
The report should have professional format (Example: typed - Times New Roman Font 12, 1.5 spaced). The names of group members should be on the top of the first page. Please do not add any title page. If your report does not follow any these guidelines, I will discount 25% of your case grade. 4) Your report should be submitted at the beginning of the class on Dec 3, by one of the group members.
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.
Also, the conclusion also did not review all the major points of the paper for the reader. The title page met most of the appropriate UOP guidelines. However, the running head had a formatting error and if you use a running head in the title page, it must be used on all pages of the paper. Citations were not used in the text. Remember, all references listed in the reference page must also be cited in the text.
Submit the transcript of the interview. The transcript should include the questions asked and the answers provided. Be sure record the responses during the interview by taking detailed notes. Omit specific names and other personal information from the interview. Part II: Analysis Write a 250-500 word analysis of your interview experience.
Would a minimum pricing policy help to reduce the problems associated with alcohol in Scotland? Please submit the essay by Monday 3rd October to Dr Patricia Barton (Academic Coordinator) who will be present at the different classes to collect it or it can be emailed to her at by 6pm on October 3rd. If you prefer to submit it by post, please send it by Recorded Delivery to her c/o the Centre for Lifelong learning. Loss in the post will not be accepted as a reason for failure to receive your general essay or any other class assignments by the office. If submitted on time your essay will be returned to you on October 17th.
Key skills application of number Adult numeracy Level 2 Monday 15 March 2004 Test Paper YOU NEED • • • This test paper An answer sheet A ruler marked in mm and cm You may NOT use a calculator You may use a bilingual dictionary You may write on this paper if it helps you to work things out Do NOT open this paper until you are told to do so by the supervisor THERE ARE 40 QUESTIONS IN THIS TEST Total marks available: 40 Try to answer ALL the questions YOU HAVE 1 HOUR 15 MINUTES TO FINISH THE TEST INSTRUCTIONS • • • • Make sure your personal details are entered correctly on the answer sheet Read each question carefully Follow the instructions on how to complete the answer sheet At the end of the test, hand the test paper, your
Assignment #2 — Response to Essay Choose an essay from our text, 40 Model Essays, and write a literary response essay. Do not choose one of the essays we have discussed already this semester. Do not choose an essay you’ve already written about last semester (either in my class or in another class). Write a well-developed 3-page essay using MLA to cite. You will demonstrate your understanding of the author’s thesis as well as your ability to analyze and synthesize this information.
Reflect back on your own deliberations of the Mary Barnett case and describe the reasoning process you used to reach a verdict. 3. Consider these questions: Did you find that you were composing a continuing story to explain the testimony you were reading? If so, was this story changed or modified as you learned more information or discussed the case with your classmates? How did factors from your own personal experience (age, tender, experience with children, etc.)