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INDV101 – Spring 2011 Field Notebook 2 Due February 25, Worth 50 points Page 1 of 5 General Assignment Rules : (Failing to abide by these rules will result in your scoring a grade of ‘0’ for this assignment). 1. This assignment must be submitted by the beginning of your Friday discussion to the d2l drop box for Field Notebook 2, in a format that allows the plagiarism detection software to evaluate your document. a. The document you submit must have a be in .pdf, .doc, .docx, .wpd, .rtf, .txt or .html format, and must be named with the correct file extension. Consult the help documentation for your word processing program to learn how to do this, or work with the UA’s 24/7 Helpdesk in advance of the due date. b. It is your responsibility to ensure that any special characters (IPA characters, for example) or formatting are preserved in the file you submit. The best way to ensure this is to convert your file to .pdf format before submission to the drop box. If you work on a Mac, conversion to .pdf is built into your ‘print’ function; if you work on a PC, you may have to install open-source software or use a web-based conversion tool. Consult the UA’s 24/7 Helpdesk in advance of the due date if you have trouble with this conversion. 2. Your paper must have a title page containing your first and last name, your section number and a project title. The text of your paper should start on page 2. 3. Your paper must be written in your own words, and may not contain content that is significantly similar to that of any other student in this class. See our syllabus policy on plagiarism and group work for more information. 4. Your language description must not be substantially the same as English, or any other language that you speak or study. 5. Your paper must provide properly formatted examples, in-text citations, and a full reference page, based on the Referencing Style Sheet that can be found in d2l, ‘content’ > ‘project’. 6. Your paper must be no longer than 5 pages, excluding the title and reference pages. 7. You must upload at least the first page of your Illustrations of the IPA article as a separate document in the d2l dropbox . Important Resources : 1. At least one journal article from the series “Illustrations of the IPA”, in the Journal of the International Phonetics Association. 2. Your Field Notebook 1 assignment 3. Your assigned readings from Winkler , Rickerson, and Harley. 4. The Referencing Style Sheet from d2l. 5. The ‘Swadesh List’ Handout in d2l. 6. These interactive IPA charts: a. Consonants: http://www.paulmeier.com/ipa/consonants.html b. Vowels: http://www.paulmeier.com/ipa/vowels.html 7. An IPA font picker such as this: http://people.w3.org/rishida/scripts/pickers/ipa/ , or access to ‘special characters’ (consult the help documentation for your
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INDV101 – Spring 2011 Field Notebook 2 Due February 25, Worth 50 points Page 2 of 5 computer’s system and word processor) if you are using IPA symbols that you don’t otherwise know how to type.
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