Part B Grading 10 points Proper formatting length name tell me which project

Part b grading 10 points proper formatting length

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Part B Grading: · 10 points - Proper formatting (length, name, tell me which project you are doing) · 10 points - Proper citation of sources · 10 points - General Background of person/topic touching on biographical and historical/social, and impact · 20 points - Details for your specific project depending on which report you chose (biographical, societal, connections or consequences) Project Description is due September 14. Submit your group members , topic, and books/resources you will be using by 11:59 pm on Friday, September 14 via Canvas . It is your responsibility to find a group and select a topic. I will deduct 10% of the total possible points for each day any item (including the proposal) is past due. You are expected to have looked at these sources enough beforehand to make sure these sources are appropriate – any egregiously bad proposed
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sources (indicating you just picked the first things that came up in a search) will result in a reduced grade. Part A is due by Friday, October 5. Turn in to me in class on paper or online via Canvas. (And of course, each person in the group gives their part A paper to all other members of the group as well.) Part B is due on Friday, October 26 . Turn in to me on Canvas. If you cannot find a book in the library, these books are all available on the web (e.g., Amazon). I did not assign an expensive textbook ($75) for this course, so you could afford to purchase a book for these projects if needed. Extra Credit: There are a limited number of slots available for 3-5 minute presentations during class for 1% extra credit. Citations:
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All projects must include a list of references used. I look at this page very carefully. Not citing a source used is a very serious violation of academic integrity and can result in a zero on the project or in the course. In addition, do not include references you did not use just to make the reference list longer (it’s usually painfully obvious and is also an academic integrity violation). See the syllabus for academic integrity violation procedures (in summary – don’t even think about doing it).
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