20190130075512response_paper_guidelines_for_the_round_house__spring_2019.pdf

20190130075512response_paper_guidelines_for_the_round_house__spring_2019.pdf

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Response Paper Guidelines for The Round House NASX 105D Introduction to Native American Studies Spring 2019 Assignment Requirements: MINIMUM 600 words, Maximum 800 words . DO NOT turn in work less than 600 words in length. It will not be accepted . Include your word count in the top right corner. Your name, date, section number, and assignment title do not count towards achieving 600 words minimum. Your paper follow these standards: Times New Roman font, size 12 font, double spaced, 1 inch margins Include you first and last names, date, your Friday recitation section number, and the assignment title in the top left corner (see example below): Joe Dirt January 1, 2019 NASX 008 Reading Response 1 For the sake of saving paper, please print your papers double-sided Regarding your section number : Dr. Fleming teaches the main lectures on Mondays and Wednesdays - that class is NASX 105_001. Your Friday recitations are taught by the GTA’s and those classes are categorized by different section numbers based on the time the classes meet on Fridays. Check the first page of the syllabus for a complete list of the recitation sections and when/where they meet.
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