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10% penalty (off the total of the paper) per calendar day for every weekday the paper is turned in after the due date. The grading rubric is below. Use standard Times New Roman, size 10-12 font, double-spaced, with 1 inch margins. Research paper grading rubric 10 pts – Length: Length must be at least 3 full pages and must not exceed 4 full pages. Every fourth of a page that falls short of or exceeds these limits will be docked 1 point. 5 pts – Citations: Citing all sources used; with at least one non-scriptural source (you must show all scripture references in the text, and all other citations can be either endnotes, footnotes, or in the text; however, they must be complete in order to receive full points). 1
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5 pts – Topic: your topic must be drawn from the half of the D&C that this class covers, and must have a scripture reference to go with it. You must put this initial scripture reference somewhere in the first few paragraphs so that I know where your topic comes from.1 5. 40% Mid-term celebrations . 1These are worth 20% each and are corrected in class on the date indicated in the schedule. Celebrations will be take-home . They are open book (your D&C) but not open note. They will be handed out at the end of the class period preceding “Celebration Day” on the schedule. If you miss class on this day you can pick up a copy of the celebration in the black box just outside of Brother Bott’s office. Celebrations will be corrected in class on “Celebration Day.” If you cannot attend a grading day, please arrange beforehand with Brother Bott to turn it in at some other time (unless absence is due to emergency). Celebrations are not accepted late . Memorization of the Section Titles will be tested on the day we grade the celebration, and only for those sections being tested . 6. 11 20% Final Celebration . Not comprehensive. It will also be a take home, and is designed to be non-fear producing by using the same format as the two mid-term celebrations. It will be corrected at the date and time of the scheduled final (which is at the end of the syllabus) and in the regular classroom for whichever section you attend. The memorization part (the section titles) will be taken at the final just before we correct it.
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