These short papers are designed to apply the text’s ideas to “real life.” Each paper requires two steps.
The first step is to examine the way you presently communicate, consider the ideas from the textbook, and write about a page and a half to respond to the textbook exercises listed below. High scoring papers generally make good use of new vocabulary words learned from the week’s assigned reading.
The second step is to describe your personal feelings about the process of doing the exercise. Articulating your feelings is a necessary step in each assignment.
Observe the following formatting details (illustrated on attached sample) to obtain full credit on papers:
1. Show your name, class and section, instructor’s name, and due date of the assignment in the upper left corner of the first page only. Additional pages should show only your name in the upper right corner.2. Center the title above the text (for weekly papers, use the week number and title of the exercise).3. Set normal 1” margins and use 12-point Times New Roman font. Double space the entire paper.4. Do not use a cover page or “decorate” your writing with non-essential graphics or colored text.5. Run a spell check and grammar check. Make needed corrections before turning in the paper.
Each paper can earn up to 10 points, and must be submitted no later than 11:55 p.m. on Friday of each week. The task of submitting the papers by ed deadline is part of the assignment, so they will not be accepted nor receive any points after the Friday deadline has passed. Papers should be submitted in the course e-shell as documents in Word file format. Papers that are linked through a service like Google docs will not be opened nor graded.
Examine the way you presently communicate, consider the ideas from the textbook, and write about a page and a half to respond to the textbook exercises
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