Please review these guidlines and make the appropiate corrections. The document with the ocrrections needed is attached. I will need this done asap
ØThe report must include the following (in this order):
üBody of report
üReference list (Citations)
üAppendices (if applicable)
ØThe general format will follow these guidelines:
üStandard-sized paper (8.5 x 11 inches)
ü1-inch margins on all sides
üDouble-spaced (for grading purposes)
All sources must be cited fully and accurately. In-text citations and references will comply with the APA style manual. See Appendix B of the textbook.
üCitation Machine is an interactive web tool that will help you with your citations. Be sure to choose the APA citation format. http://citationmachine.net
üFor more detailed information about APA style guidelines, go to: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
üThe final draft must be submitted in hard copy.
üFor more grading information, see Attachment 3.
· Express clarity of purpose (a clear theme), coherence in expression, and be rational in demonstrating the relationship of ideas. Develop clear transitions from sentence to sentence and paragraph to paragraph. Each sentence and paragraph carries the reader closer to an understanding and appreciation of the writer’s goal (not goals). This organization evidences your understanding of what you are putting down on paper.
· Demonstrate at least adequate use of evidence to support conclusions; such use of evidence requires acknowledgment of the biases and reliability of the sources used. Concrete examples from a variety of sources show that you have command of your material.
· Establish credibility by acceptable and adequate use of bibliographical support. Your ability to demonstrate command of all of your sources is crucial.
· Maintain accurate use of facts, spelling, grammar, quotations, statistics, scientific and critical findings, and mathematical computations. If you don’t care enough to do these things right, how can you convince your reader that what you have to say is worth reading?
· Display relevancy in relating material support to individual conclusions and in relating these conclusions to the major thesis of your work. Without focus, your work becomes a big gob of goo.
· Write with style. Sentences are varied, and word choices are accurate. There is no clutter or “padding.” Phrasing is clear and direct. Tone is handled consistently; sentence length and word choices are appropriate to the audience and purpose of the piece. Formatting is correct. Verbs stress the active voice. Opening, closing, and title are strong and contribute to the sense of purpose, focus and unity of your piece of writing.
· Always proofread. Ask yourself:
1) What is my major point?
2) Have I supported generalizations, opinions, and conclusions with specific examples?
3) Have I avoided using unnecessary words and clichés?
4) Have I proofread for spelling, punctuation, and typographical errors? If you don’t care enough to do these things, how can you convince your reader that your writing is worth reading?
This attention to organization, concreteness, complete bibliography, accuracy, and relevancy raises average writing to a superior level.
EVALUATION GUIDELINES FOR STUDENT WRITING
“A” The writer completes the task set by the assignment, and the paper is excellent in nearly all respects. It exhibits the following characteristics:
· is well-argued
· is well-organized
· has a clear main point s
· contains well-developed content that is specific, accurate, interesting, and appropriate
· demonstrates the writer’s ability to produce and synthesize complex ideas
· contains logical connectors and transitions which contribute to a fluent style
· is virtually free from errors in mechanics, usage, and sentence structure and shows excellent control of language
“B” The “B” paper shares most of the characteristics of the “A” paper. The reasoning is logical, and the content is effectively organized into coherent units. The paper is well-written and is largely free from errors in mechanics, usage, and sentence structure. Areas of weakness may be:
· less careful reasoning than found in the “A” paper, but shows no serious errors in logic
· minor problems in paragraphing and/or organizations, but the content is effectively organized into coherent units.
“A” The paper is virtually free of errors in sentence structure, usage, and mechanics (including punctuation and spelling) and shows evidence of excellent control of language.
“B” The paper has few errors in sentence structure, usage, and mechanics; these few errors do not interfere with comprehension and are not distracting to the reader.
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