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7) Have you read the instructions on how to write the paper several times? 8) Have you typed your paper per the instructions? a. 12 point font and double-spaced b. Times new roman font c. Used WORD (not google docs) d. Normal margins (you can look this up in any search engine) e. Included three separate sections clearly labeled via bold font as Description , Analysis , Perspective f. You have included your name as it appears on the class roster, your course number and your course SECTION number (you can find both in blackboard and web advisor), and a title that indicates what experience you had – play, Temple, etc. This needs to be on page one before the Description. g. Sections contain the appropriate length requirements: 1/4 th of a page for the Description , a FULL page for the Analysis , and 3/4ths of a page for the Perspective h. Sections contain the appropriate content : Description – the what, when, and where of your project; a simple narrative account. Analysi s – an explanation of how the experience ties into course content. In other words, you are displaying that you can think like a sociologist! You must include in this section a minimum of six sociological terms from your text that appear in your paper in separate sentences, and those terms need to be terms that you did NOT know prior to the course. Finally, the terms must appear in bold font. Perspective -- your personal reflections about the projYect experience: what you did or did not get out of it and why. i. Your paper is stapled on the left, upper side
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j. If needed, you made an appointment with and then visit the writing center for assistance You typed and printed your paper to show your professor well before the due date. You brought it to class to show her just before class starts or after class is dismissed. You made any necessary revisions and then showed the professor again before the due date. You made an electronic copy of your paper to email your professor before class starts on the project due date, and you sent it in a format you are sure she can open if life somehow prevents your being in class the day the project is due.
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