Gun-related Violence In And Around City And Schools Research Assignment English 126 Essay #3 Creative Research Paper Editing Checklist:
Are the titles of books, movies, albums, or paintings underlined or italicized? Are the titles of chapters, articles, songs, or other shorter works placed in quotation marks? Edit, then check here: ____
2. Is the Works Cited in the following format? (see MLA format on the Purdue OWL website)____
Clemmitt, Marcia. “Mortgate Crisis.” CQ Researcher 17.39 (2007) 913-936. CQ Researcher Online. Access 23 Nov. 2016.
Double check that the order of components, punctuation, and indentation all conform to the example above. Ask me if you have a question about how to cite your source.___
3. Are quotes connected to your sentences? __
A recent biography starts out by claiming that Capotes father might almost have been taken for a Yankee (Clarke 3).
None of the quotes should be floating on their own. They all must be attached to your sentence. Take control of the quote by introducing it in you own words and following up with your own words explaining how the quote fits into your argument.
Have you started and ended paragraphs NOT with a quote, but with your own words? You may write in changes on your paper. ____
5. Do your pages have page numbers at the top right hand? _____
6. Does your paper have an interesting title? If not, write one in._____
7. To check for possible spelling errors, proofread backwards, from the end of a line to the beginning, or read line by line with a sheet of paper, and check here: ____
Are your choices of words (diction) and sentence structures precise, varied (short and long), and descriptive enough? Edit and check here: ____
Have you given a parenthetical citation at the end of all quotes or information in your own words taken from a source? Have you used the authors lat name or an abbreviated version of the title if there is no author or more than one work by the same author? Example: (Economic Downturn) ___
Please underline your thesis and the topic sentence of each paragraph, if apparent. It’s not necessary to have an explicit thesis. ___
Have you submitted the following assignments?:
your research proposal ___
annotated bibliography (bibliography with paragraphs, in your own words)___
introductions, half-draft and full-draft___
photocopies, screenshots, or printouts of ONE page from EACH of your sources, including books and websites, labeled, so I can tell which is which ___
essay 3 research question and checklist____
*essay 3 workshop____
Works Cited (works you drew from in your final essay 3) ____
* optional: Works Referenced (works which influenced you ideas but which you did not cite)___
this checklist, checked off.
Note to Jeannie, describing your process for writing the essay: What worked well for you? What didn’t work so well? What would you do differently if you could? Please mention some specifics about your essay–your introduction, for example, or a sentence you liked in one of your paragraphs, or something you think is still choppy or messy from your conclusion and why.
Is your paper 6-8-pages typed double-spaced pages (not including the Works Cited)__
Did you cite from a minimum of the following sources (more sources are fine)
THREE outside sources from the library (this can be criticism, a related essay, historical background, etc. . . )___
ONE source from the web (can be substituted with additional library sources)___
THREE items of field work, drawn from two of the following categories:
–and participatory experience_______
Something you can do at home in front of your tv or computer, such as watching a video, watching an interview, or reading a survey, does not count as field work.
Along the lines of a non-academic article like “The Overprotected Kid,” does your paper demonstrate a sense of voice to interest your reader? Have you tried to make your introduction engaging in a specific way, such as with a story?_________
Does you paper flow coherently, with a thesis or implied thesis that encompasses the overall argument, a conclusion that synthesizes your thesis and findings, and transitions to show how you get from one subject or aspect of your topic to the next?___
Is there a parenthetical citation(s) (Pollan 33) in your essay to show where you have used each of your sources in your works cited? If so, you may add: _____
Are your photocopies/scans/screenshots of a page from each source clearly labeled with the last name or title of the source? If not, please label them.___
Have you used a range of credible sources to back up your opinions?___
Have you used appropriate quotations as evidence?____
Does your paper incorporate your field work in a readable way into your text, as shown by the sample excerpts from Proteus student papers? _____
Use MLA format for citing sources. Include a Works Cited at the end.
The format for a book:
Trask, R.L. Language: The Basics. 2nd ed., Routledge, 1999.
For an interview:
Brown, Charlie. Personal Interview. 10 Nov. 2016.
For a website:
“Discourse Analysis.” Linguistic Society of America. 2012. 22 Nov. 2016 http://www.linguisticsociety.org/resource/discourse-analysis-what-speakers-do- conversation.
For a video:
McGonigal, Jane. “Gaming and Productivity.” YouTube, uploaded by Big Think, 22 Nov. 2016, www.youtube.com/watch?v =mkdzy9bWW3E.
Your final paper should be in MLA (Modern Language Association) format. Detailed information can be found at this link:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Some key formatting points I am looking for in your final paper:
Double-space (choose double-space for paragraph formatting)
Put your name at the top and include your name in the file name.
Include an interesting title, centered.
Number your pages (look for the insert page number option)
Include at least reference to the required 8 sources.
After your quotation or information from the source give a citation (last name or title if there is no last name page number).
EXAMPLE: I realized that my husband had misunderstood my indirect speech act, “an action in which the form used (e.g. interrogative) does not directly match the function (e.g. request)” (Yule 292).
Also give a citation when you are stating ideas from the text, but in your own word
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