PAPER FORMAT INSTRUCTIONS

PAPER FORMAT - 1 ” margins all around Use a 12-point basic font such as Times New Roman Book Antiqua Bookman or Arial—no script forms Staple

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PAPER FORMAT INSTRUCTIONS Heading in the upper left-hand corner of the first page only : Your Name English 1020-004 Mrs. AL-Chokhachi Name of the Assignment Date: Title Title of the paper: Centered, 2 lines (1 double-space) below the heading. Make sure that all major words in the title are capitalized. Please note the title should be something that draws the reader in; choose a title that specifically reflects the content of your paper. Begin your first paragraph 2 lines (1 double-space) below the title. Paragraphs are to be indented five full letter spaces, such as letters the width of lower-case-- b or d, etc., not the letters-- i or l. Double spacing throughout, including the works cited page. Do not interject extra space between paragraphs.
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Unformatted text preview: 1 ” margins all around!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Use a 12-point basic font, such as Times New Roman, Book Antiqua, Bookman, or Arial—no script forms. Staple the paper in the upper left corner. Number each page in the upper right corner (ok to omit on first page). Do NOT include a cover sheet. Do NOT submit the paper in a folder or a plastic cover of any sort. Carefully edit your paper before turning it in. If you find a typo at the last minute, neatly cross it out and pencil in the correction; there will be no grade deductions for a limited number (3) of corrected errors. However, excessive uncorrected errors will be penalized, as they indicate carelessness. See MLA style links for further instructions on proper document design....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ENGL 1010 taught by Professor Al-chokhachi during the Spring '08 term at U. Memphis.

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