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Revisions - REVISIONS Due on the last day of class You must...

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REVISIONS Due on the last day of class You must do a revision of one of the three assignments. You may use the late option for the revision if you haven’t used it earlier in the quarter. If you use the late option, the revision will be due one week after the last day of class or at the final, whichever comes first . Procedures The best way to improve writing is to revise after feedback from a reader. That's why we have review sessions with other students to read your papers and that's why you are required to revise one paper (you may revise two papers if you wish). The best way to improve is to revise according to the comments that I have already given you on your final draft, to bring that revised version to me to discuss, and then to make further changes before you turn it in. • When you turn in a revision, turn in with it the original paper—the one that has my comments on it, even if you've marked the paper up considerably. This is a requirement of the process. If you do not hand your revision in with the original version,
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course AAS 181 taught by Professor Osumare during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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