HOW DO I PUT MY PAPER IN FINAL FORM?


The finished Historia project you hand in should contain the following:

  1. a heading: the title of your essay, in the form of a question
  2. a thesis statement
  3. the topic outline of your paper, in standard outline form (see Chapter 5)
  1. standard font, standard one-inch margins; approximately 250 words per page; pages numbered consecutively, beginning with page 2
  2. first page: title (in the form of a question); no page number
  1. the heading "References", about eight lines down
  2. sources listed in standard order (alphabetical by author) and form (see Greeley Writing Manual, section on Research and Documentation)

 

     
 
[THE TITLE OF YOUR HISTORIA ESSAY: IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION]
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by
[YOUR NAME]

Historia 10
European Civilization
Mr. Zambernardi
March 26, 2000

 
     

     
 
[THE TITLE OF YOUR HISTORIA ESSAY: IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION]
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THESIS: [write a clear, succinct statement of your thesis]

I.        [use standard outline form]

A.

B.

II.

A.

1.

2.

B.

1.

2.

III.

 
     

 

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[THE TITLE OF YOUR HISTORIA ESSAY: IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION]
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     Begin text about here (use one inch margins

all around, double space, a 12 point font, with

approximately 250 words per page).

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[page no]

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1" margin

 

 

     
 
REFERENCES
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[list of references in standard order (alphabetical by author) and form; entries not numbered; no code notations]


















 
     

Summary Evaluation Rubric

Your project will be evaluated using a rubric similar to the following.

     
  STUDENT:
TEACHER:
COURSE/YEAR:

I. FORMAL MECHANICS (10%)

A. Title page:
B. Outline:
C. Main body:
D. Documentation:

1. Reference notes:
2. References list:

II. RHETORIC (30%)

A. Organization:
B. Writing:

1. Spelling and punctuation:
2. Grammar, syntax, and style:
3. Paragraphing:
4. Use of quotations:
5. Tone and voice:

III. CONTENT (40%)

A. Topic and thesis:
B. Introduction:
C. Thinking:

1. Exposition:
2. Critical/comparative analysis:
3. Interpretation/synthesis/argument:

IV. DOCUMENTATION (10%)

A. Completeness:
B. Accuracy:
C. Range of reference:

V. RESEARCH BASE (10%)

A. Sources:
B. Notes:

 

Paper grade:

Supporting work grade:

Total project grade:

 
     

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