Module Three- eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Choose a topic from Module Three- eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
This is a broad spectrum of time, everything from Romanticism to the Enlightenment.Â You can write about any humanity work from this time period.Â Think about how much the world is changing at this point.Â What is it about the cultural landscape that produced this work and its maker?Â
Again, refer to the Course Information for formatting and structure of your research assignments.Â
All work must be in digital MLA typed format. Microsoft Office 365Â
Common Web Resources:
Purdue OWL Online Writing Lab for APA Style
Â· The Writing Center’s
APA Formatting Guidelines
Â· Automatically Format Bibliographies in
APA Formatted Starter TemplateÂ (.docx) provides easy access to styles that match APA guidelines.Â
Format of Papers:
All typed, word-processed, free of errors in spelling, grammar and syntactical construction. All papers must be carefully proofread and intelligently constructed. All written work will be judged by regular essay standards. Donâ€™t slack.
NO STUDENT CAN SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE COURSE with a passing grade, WITHOUT ACHIEVING COMPETENCY IN COMPOSITION and COMMUNICATION SKILLS. REMEMBER THIS IS A CRITICAL THINKING AND CRITICAL WRITING COURSE.
MLA style: All essays should conform to the rules of MLA style either the 7th or 8th edition of the MLA handbook. Failure to comply means failure in the class.
Evaluation of Essays:
Â· Mechanical error (for EACH error) Spell, punctuation, proofing, minor sentence – 1 points
Â· Construction error (for EACH error) Sentence sense, frag, run-on, paragraphing – 2-5 points
Â· Structure/works cited/text notes (for EACH error) – 5 points
Â· Complexity/thesis/exemplification – 10 points
Â· Shallowness/hyperbole/generalization /Immaturity/off topic/incoherent – auto failure
Format and Requirements
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