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How to Complete an Essay For each unit you will be required to write an essay on a topic of interest. You will be asked to read texts, journals, papers and articles, and then respond with personal application to practical situations. Where to Place Essay When you complete each essay, place it in the appropriate topic thread in the “Assignments” communication link. Click on the proper essay and then respond in the “Submissions” area by either pasting a Word document or directly entering. Length of Essay: You are required to answer each essay with a reply of at least 200-400 words (use the “Tools” dropdown “Word Count” on the toolbar in your Word program if you are unsure). Timing of Essays: You must submit your essay by MIDNIGHT the day each essay is due. If circumstances prevent this you must notify me in advance. If no notification is provided, 10% will be deducted for each day late. Points for Grade: The points for each essay will be contained in your Syllabus. Usually, each essay is worth 10 % of your grade. Requirement for Essays Your essay must contain: I. Answered all essay questions completely / Interesting Essay A. Each essay will contain several questions you are to answer.
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2009 for the course ECO ECO2013 taught by Professor Jominy during the Summer '08 term at Broward College.

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