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Lecture: General but Important Guidelines The purpose of this very brief lecture note is to give you a set of simple guidelines for all your written assignments, and I truly do mean ALL written assignments. These are the absolute basics, and no one will do well unless they follow these guidelines. I will begin with a short list of things to avoid, and follow with a short list of things you must make certain to do. No matter whether you are writing a Reading Response, a Major Project, or anything else, you must follow these guidelines or you will simply not do well. Things to avoid: Do not use contractions. Do not use first person pronouns such as "I" "me" "my" Do not use second person pronouns such as "you" "your" "yours." Do not engage in personal stories, meaning stories of your own life experiences, or the experiences of friends, family, and so on. Do not begin sentences with conjunctions: but, and, or, nor, for, so, yet. Do not pose any questions in any assignments. This means, quite literally, not to use
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENGL 1113 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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