If the paper is fully typed with concrete details highlighted and in-text references inserted correctly, continue reading. If not finished with work from Monday/Tuesday, return to yesterday’s link.
Today, plan to submit the final paper with the highlighted works cited page before class ends. Today is the final day.
- Do not repeat the same parenthetical citation back to back. Citations indicate information from one source is finished, and a new source is starting.
- Avoid 1st and 2nd person point of view. Think about the sources cited; do any of those use 1st or 2nd POV?
- Work through the following documents one by one verifying all instructions have been followed exactly.
To combine the paper with the works cited, insert a hard return (ctrl+enter) after the conclusion paragraph. Open Noodle Tools and export the works cited to Word – Copy and Paste the works cited to the new page created by the hard return below the essay. Is the document saved as lastname.firstnameHR (Parker.Sam1).
New Highlighting for Today – Highlight each source in the Works Cited page to match each sources’ CDs already highlighted in the paper; DO NOT highlight any commentary. Remember, if a URL shows up as the generated (In-Text) reference, an author or title is missing. Fix this.
Review the grading criteria below. If it is short of the 400 word minimum, go back to each concrete detail and elaborate on the key point and consider adding additional commentary answering why or how is this detail important or what does this mean?
Grading Criteria Major Categories:
- 50 Points
- Essay – spacing, title, quality of five paragraphs’ structure (400 word min), general format (no credit without citations)
- 30 Points
- Parenthetical Documentation Within Paper – 3 sources minimum, usage, citation accuracy
- 20 Points
- Works Cited – quality of sources, # of sources, layout, general format
To upload it for evaluation, use the form below. Upload only once. Be certain it is as polished as possible before uploading.
HOMEWORK – We return to class tomorrow. TWA #4 is due Friday neatly rewritten (typed for XC) double-spaced with MLA heading (TWA #4 across the top) with number and not a name. Be certain all five sentence beginnings are present. Homework tonight, due tomorrow, also includes completing the “Sentence Beginning Identification” handout; an extra credit opportunity is available as well on the bottom of the handout. Any of this can be completed in class today after submitting.