LSGI2B01_LIU Yumeng 14110852d - LSGI 2B01 Map Reading and...

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LSGI 2B01 - Map Reading and Interpretationwith English Writing Requirements(CHENG Shuk Ching Lilian & Lei Zhang)First Draft Submission:[The book report of How to Lie with Maps] Word count: 1044 wordsStudent Name:LIU YumengStudent ID:14110852dGroup ID:EWT005Date:2015/10/5Checklistis at least 1,000 words long (for Draft 1)uses headingsindicates the chapters and the total number of pages you have read in thereference list has double-line spacingis typed in Arial size 11 or Times New Roman size 12The introduction
introduces the topic by providing background informationdefines key terms (if any)states the objective of the essaygives an overview of how the essay is organized in different sectionsThe body paragraphsdiscuss the ways in which a map can convey spatial concepts moreeffectively than mere tabular data and textual descriptionsinclude detailed illustrations of these ways with relevant contemporaryexamplesinclude your critical analysis in addition to factual descriptionrespond to the objective and overview in the introduction and do notcontain irrelevant informationcontain a topic sentence eachcontain explanations and examples to support the topic sentencesThe conclusion (optional for Draft 1)restates the objective of the essaysummarises the main points in the essay Referencing Have you cited sources in most parts of your essay rather than just incertain parts?Have you used integral citations, non-integral citations and directquotations properly?Have you used a wide range of quality sources (at least three)?Does your end-of-text reference list match your in-text citations?Have you followed the APA style consistently?
The introduction: The background and the outlineThe book I have read is “How to Lie with Maps”. The author is Mark Monmonier,who is a distinguished professor of geography at the Maxwell School of SyracuseUniversity and specializes in toponymy, geography, and geographic informationsystems. And it is about geography, especially about mapmaking and map reading.

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