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Style Sheet for Writing Assignments The following criteria apply to all papers written for MMW, including prospectuses, rough drafts, and other short writing assignments. General submission criteria: • All papers must have a complete heading that includes your name, your section number, the assignment number or title, and the date. • All papers must be typed and double spaced. • All papers longer than one page must be stapled together. • The pages of all papers longer than one page must be numbered. • All papers must have 1" margins on all four sides. • All papers must use MLA documentation to credit all sources, including lecture and Internet material. See Ann Raimes’ Keys for Writers for documentation format. • All final drafts must have a title. Before you turn in any piece of writing, make sure that it adheres to all of the above criteria. You will lose one third of a letter grade for each criterion you fail to meet; in the case of MLA documentation errors, you will lose one third of a letter grade for each type of error you make consistently. The most credit you will lose for MLA formatting errors is one full letter grade, but please note that you can lose additional credit for heading and other errors. These penalties can add up quickly and lower your grade to subterranean regions. When this happens, you will not like it, so please make sure that it doesn’t happen. Late paper policy: All papers must be handed to your TA during section, lecture, or office hours. You may not turn in papers to the Writing Program office, nor may you put them in your TA’s mailbox. Papers that are left with the Writing Program or in a mailbox will not be graded.
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