MLA format challenge (Fall 09)

MLA format challenge (Fall 09) - ins a quote or uses...

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ains a quote or uses ideas/information you have obtained from a source, and a model when setting up yours: ng them for every kind of source: n your Works Cited page and even includes sample Works Cited pages you can look at to make sure you’re doing it correct Directions: Below you’ll find excerpts from the strong researched argument we looked at last week. This time, though, the paper is filled with formatting errors—great big obvious ones and subtle, almost invisible ones. Using the three websites on MLA format we just discussed, work together with your group to see how many formatting errors you can find in each excerpt. Excerpt #1, from the beginning of the paper. Hint: There are at least 10 (probably more)formatting mistakes here. Can you find all of them? Truth 1 John Smith Professor Calvey Intermediate Writing Workshop March 26, 2009 The Truth About Truth : Whudafxup? The
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course WRT 102 taught by Professor Frost during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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MLA format challenge (Fall 09) - ins a quote or uses...

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