CEssayMemoSample_EN101 - sources you chose? 8. Are your...

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Your Last Name Your name Professor Taylor English 101 Date Student/Teacher Memo: With each essay submitted, a Student/Teacher Memo must be included. This memo should be submitted in the same document as your essay. This memo asks you to answer the following questions: 1. What was your purpose? What effect were you trying to achieve? 2. What was interesting about the process you went through in writing this paper, and what did you learn from it? 3. What was the most difficult aspect about this paper, and what did you learn from the attempt? 4. What do you see as the strengths of the paper, and what would you try to do if you were to revise it some more? 5. What’s not a part of your paper that you think might help a reader understand or appreciate it more? What didn’t you put in? 6. What kind of grammar or formatting feedback would you like from your instructor? 7. When using the APUS Online Library article databases, did you evaluate the credibility of the
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Unformatted text preview: sources you chose? 8. Are your memo and essay in correct MLA format? 9. Did you save your file using your last name and the name of the assignment? 10. Are you free from contractions? Are you in the correct person? Never ever use second person ("you," "your," "yourself," etc.) in formal writing. 1 Your Last Name Your name Professor Taylor English 101 Date Essay Here Your essay should be double-spaced, in MLA format. For a sample paper, see Hacker, page 153. When you include information from outside sources in your essay, make sure you have in-text documentation and a Works Cited page. See the Hacker section on MLA for more on this. See below for a sample entry included in the Works Cited page and the Hacker section on MLA for more detailed information on using resources. 2 Your Last Name Works Cited Walker, Alice. "Am I Blue?" Motives for Writing . Ed. Robert Keith Miller. New York: McGraw Hill, 2006. 3...
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