D escribe your ideal course briefly describe the

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D escribe your ideal course: Briefly describe the course and what you hope to learn from the course (1 page double-spaced) 4. Provide a scholarly explanation of 2 scholarly books OR 1 scholarly book and 2 articles you would be very interested in studying for the course. You must identify author’s argument, how the author makes the argument, justify why the book would be useful for you and your interest (1 pages double-spaced). 5. Last page must include cited references using either MLA style formats. Examples/guides for these may be found here hips://owl.english.purdue.edu/ (1 page) December 14: Final paper due Bb Learn by 11:59 pm SUBMIT AS A .doc FILE. NOT pdf or pages. Notes: DO NOT CUT AND PASTE from the authors and simply put them in quotes. I need to see you write the literature summary in your own words. Pay attention to your use of commas, avoid run-on sentences, indent every paragraph, edit one last time for grammar and spelling before submission. Format: 1 inch margins, Font- Times New Roman ONLY, 12-size font. See sample title page below.
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Final Project INTS 101 Fall semester 2015 Instructor: Dr. Amina Tawasil Thematic Concentration: […] Topic(s) Focus: […] [Name of student] [date of submission]
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  • Fall '16
  • Dr. Amina Tawasil
  • Human Rights, International Studies, MLA style formats

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