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Expository Essay Assignment W hen your group is presenting and leading class discussion , each student in that group will write and turn in, via the SPARK course website, an “ expository essay” of approximately 1,000 words, drawing the primary readings and a minimum of three secondary credible sources. Your essay should include an annotated bibliography, using MLA Style with in‐text citations. Essays will be submitted as one Word document (do not have your bibliography be a separate document, please) via SPARK prior to class on the due date (and bring one copy to class for your use). Be sure to include your essay’s word count immediately under your name, the due date, and a title of your essay. You must use MLA Style, including a bibliography and in‐text parenthetical citations for all of your work for this course, including expository essays. You will use in‐text citations and bibliography for all references to specific scenes, as well as all summaries, paraphrases, and quotations from both primary and secondary sources. Remember, you are required to purchase the MLA (Modern Language Association) HANDBOOK FOR WRITERS OF RESEARCH PAPERS (sixth or seventh edition) for this course. In it you will find the correct format for research papers, documentation guidelines for paper, media, and Internet sources, as well as in‐text citation style. Be sure to note punctuation relating to quotations and parentheses Expository Essays Expository essays interpret and inform. When you write your expository essays, you will be doing both: interpreting the readings, while drawing on outside sources to assist us as a class in understanding major issues raised by those readings.
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