Unformatted text preview: Use your Proofreading Guide to aid in this. In order to pass this assignment, you may have no more than fifteen grammatical or typographical errors. Other advice: • Utilize more paraphrasing of the scholarly sources than direct quotes. Your reader wants to hear your interpretation of these supporting materials (evidence) and how they support (or in some cases refute) your claims. Direct quotes should be reserved for those rare instances when an author wrote something so compelling, and in such an eloquent manner, that you can’t find any other way to summarize what the author wrote. • Use the questions in the “Final Project Options” document to guide you. If you get stuck, use the questions as freewrite prompts. • Push yourself. Ask yourself questions to further develop your argument: So what? And? What does this mean?...
View Full Document
This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course COMM 100W at San Jose State.