JPN412L_Comp&Storytelling - JPN 412L Composition and...

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JPN 412L Composition and story telling Read the handout, “Story Telling” before writng your Sakubun Topic: Personal Story (see #6 Planning the content of the story) Length: 400 characters or longer. If you are using MSWord, use the word count ( Asian characters ) found under “Tools” bar You must type the composition double-spaced . Do not consult with others ; write and revise by yourself . Read “ Policy on Scholastic Dishonesty” again. Review the handouts "Composition by Word Processor" and "Using Japanese Word Processing Program." whenever you have question about the format of Composition using word processor. Please turn in a hard copy (no diskette, or no e-mail submission). Computer problems are NOT an excuse for late assignments. Please turn in the coversheet (p.2 of this handout) with the composition. You will receive feedback, and then turn in a revised version. Please attach the drafts when turning in the corrected version in order to receive full credit. Without writing the drafts, you won't receive any credit even if you turn in the "final" version by the deadline.
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  • Fall '07
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  • Word processor, Story Telling handout, JPN 412L Composition

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