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Paper 2 Prompt and Notes on How to Complete

Paper 2 Prompt and Notes on How to Complete - ANTH 146 FALL...

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ANTH 146, FALL ’09, SECOND PAPER INSTRUCTIONS: 1. No more than two double-spaced typewritten pages. 2. Font should be Times New Roman 12. 3. Margins should be 1.25 inches. 4. Write your name, PID number, honor code pledge, and your TA’s name. 5. Get right to your point(s), avoiding extraneous contents (such as “Descartes was a philosopher who lived in the 17th century”). 6. We are interested in how well you control the material and understand the arguments, as shown by your ability to articulate them. 7. Compose your essay with clear, concrete, and coherent sentences. 8. Check your spelling and grammar. 9. The paper is due on TUESDAY, NOV. 3rd, at the end of the class period. (Cautionary remark : In order to respond to the prompt adequately, you have from the course argument everything you need. However, if you google the quotation linked to the prompt, you may find material bearing on it. Though such material might help some of you to think carefully about the quotation, it cannot supply you with your response—the key to that response rests with the argument(s) of the course.
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