Term Paper
Term Paper
•Requirements
Term Paper
•Requirements
•Setting up your paper
Term Paper
•Requirements
•Setting up your paper
•Transitions
Term Paper
•Requirements
•Setting up your paper
•Transitions
•Style
Term Paper
•Requirements
•Setting up your paper
•Transitions
•Style
•Parenthetical Documentation
Term Paper
•Requirements
•Setting up your paper
•Transitions
•Style
•Parenthetical Documentation
•Quotes
Term Paper
•Requirements
•Setting up your paper
•Transitions
•Style
•Parenthetical Documentation
•Quotes
•Works Cited
Requirements
Requirements
4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP
– 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing
5 sources used and cited
Requirements
4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP
– 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing
5 sources used and cited
Correct Hea...
Requirements
4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP
– 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing
5 sources used and cited
Correct Hea...
Requirements
4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP
– 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing
5 sources used and cited
Correct Hea...
Requirements
4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP
– 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing
5 sources used and cited
Correct Hea...
Requirements
Requirements
Stapled
Requirements
Stapled
Uncovered
Requirements
Stapled
Uncovered
Paragraphs indented
Requirements
Stapled
Uncovered
Paragraphs indented
No extra spaces anywhere
Requirements
Stapled
Uncovered
Paragraphs indented
No extra spaces anywhere
Works Cited page, titled
Requirements
Stapled
Uncovered
Paragraphs indented
No extra spaces anywhere
Works Cited page, titled
No source overused
Requirements
Stapled
Uncovered
Paragraphs indented
No extra spaces anywhere
Works Cited page, titled
No source overused
On...
Setting up your paper
Setting up your paper
Heading (do not double space)
– See page 96
Header
– Your last name and page number
We did this toge...
Transitions
Transitions
Every paragraph is like a mini story- you
never begin a story in the middle!
Transitions
Every paragraph is like a mini story- you
never begin a story in the middle!
Transition into every paragraph.
...
Transitions
Transitions
Transition out of each paragraph
– Example: The river stands as one of the most prevalent
  symbols in this no...
Style
Style
NO FIRST PERSON EVER EVER
EVER!
– I, me, my…
NO second person!
– You, we, our, us people…
Style
NO FIRST PERSON EVER EVER
EVER!
– I, me, my…
NO second person!
– You, we, our, us people…
NO CONTRACTIONS!!!!!
– Can...
Problems to Fix
Italicize novel titles
Thesis- parallel sentencing (make sure
it is in the same tense)
I fixed mistakes on...
Style/Peer Editing
Style/Peer Editing
Peer Editors- Please looked for:
–   1st person
–   2nd person
–   Contractions
–   Awkward wording
–  ...
Parenthetical Citations
Parenthetical Citations
Immediately following a quotation from a
source or a paraphrase of a source's ideas,
you place the...
Parenthetical Citations
Parenthetical Citations
To cite multiple sources in the same
parenthetical reference, separate the citations
by a semi-col...
Parenthetical Citations
Parenthetical Citations
– Wordsworth stated that Romantic poetry was
  marked by a "spontaneous overflow of powerful
  fee...
Quotations
Quotations
Anything that is taken word-for-word
needs to be surrounded by quotation
marks.
Quotations
Anything that is taken word-for-word
needs to be surrounded by quotation
marks.
Short Quotes- fewer than 4 type...
Quotations
Quotations
Quotations
Quotations


Long Quotes/ Block Quotes- longer than 4
typed lines.
Quotations


Long Quotes/ Block Quotes- longer than 4
typed lines.
Quotations


Long Quotes/ Block Quotes- longer than 4
typed lines.

NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR A PAPER
THIS SHORT
Works Cited
Works Cited
Begin your Works Cited page on a
separate page at the end of your
research paper. It should have the same
one-...
Works Cited
Begin your Works Cited page on a
separate page at the end of your
research paper. It should have the same
one-...
Works Cited
Works Cited
Double space all citations, but do not
skip spaces between entries.
Works Cited
Double space all citations, but do not
skip spaces between entries.
List page numbers of sources efficiently,
...
Works Cited
Works Cited
Alphabetical Order
Works Cited
Alphabetical Order
Works CITED: cited means that you
have cited it in your paper.
– Even if you have read the ...
Final Paper
Final Paper
Show substantial differences from your
rough draft.
Final Paper
Show substantial differences from your
rough draft.
Include your Outline, Rough Draft and
Final Draft along wi...
Final Paper
Show substantial differences from your
rough draft.
Include your Outline, Rough Draft and
Final Draft along wi...
Final Paper
Show substantial differences from your
rough draft.
Include your Outline, Rough Draft and
Final Draft along wi...
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    1. 1. Term Paper
    2. 2. Term Paper •Requirements
    3. 3. Term Paper •Requirements •Setting up your paper
    4. 4. Term Paper •Requirements •Setting up your paper •Transitions
    5. 5. Term Paper •Requirements •Setting up your paper •Transitions •Style
    6. 6. Term Paper •Requirements •Setting up your paper •Transitions •Style •Parenthetical Documentation
    7. 7. Term Paper •Requirements •Setting up your paper •Transitions •Style •Parenthetical Documentation •Quotes
    8. 8. Term Paper •Requirements •Setting up your paper •Transitions •Style •Parenthetical Documentation •Quotes •Works Cited
    9. 9. Requirements
    10. 10. Requirements 4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP – 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing 5 sources used and cited
    11. 11. Requirements 4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP – 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing 5 sources used and cited Correct Heading and Header
    12. 12. Requirements 4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP – 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing 5 sources used and cited Correct Heading and Header 12 point font- Times New Roman
    13. 13. Requirements 4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP – 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing 5 sources used and cited Correct Heading and Header 12 point font- Times New Roman Double Spaced/ 1’ Margins
    14. 14. Requirements 4-6Pages Honors, 3-5 Pages CP – 10 points off for every 1/2 page missing 5 sources used and cited Correct Heading and Header 12 point font- Times New Roman Double Spaced/ 1’ Margins White Paper (8.5x11)/ Black Ink
    15. 15. Requirements
    16. 16. Requirements Stapled
    17. 17. Requirements Stapled Uncovered
    18. 18. Requirements Stapled Uncovered Paragraphs indented
    19. 19. Requirements Stapled Uncovered Paragraphs indented No extra spaces anywhere
    20. 20. Requirements Stapled Uncovered Paragraphs indented No extra spaces anywhere Works Cited page, titled
    21. 21. Requirements Stapled Uncovered Paragraphs indented No extra spaces anywhere Works Cited page, titled No source overused
    22. 22. Requirements Stapled Uncovered Paragraphs indented No extra spaces anywhere Works Cited page, titled No source overused One quote per page or 4-6 quotes
    23. 23. Setting up your paper
    24. 24. Setting up your paper Heading (do not double space) – See page 96 Header – Your last name and page number We did this together
    25. 25. Transitions
    26. 26. Transitions Every paragraph is like a mini story- you never begin a story in the middle!
    27. 27. Transitions Every paragraph is like a mini story- you never begin a story in the middle! Transition into every paragraph. – Define and explain the technique • Example: Symbolism is any person or object that represents a bigger idea. One example of symbolism in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the river.
    28. 28. Transitions
    29. 29. Transitions Transition out of each paragraph – Example: The river stands as one of the most prevalent symbols in this novel. Remind the reader each time you begin a new paragraph what you are talking about. • Example: Not only is the river a great example of symbolism in Huck Finn, but the shore is another strong symbol as well.
    30. 30. Style
    31. 31. Style NO FIRST PERSON EVER EVER EVER! – I, me, my… NO second person! – You, we, our, us people…
    32. 32. Style NO FIRST PERSON EVER EVER EVER! – I, me, my… NO second person! – You, we, our, us people… NO CONTRACTIONS!!!!! – Can’t won’t- just don’t!!!
    33. 33. Problems to Fix Italicize novel titles Thesis- parallel sentencing (make sure it is in the same tense) I fixed mistakes once or twice-you must fix the rest. NO ANNOTATIONS on WC Only cite source you used- hence “Works Cited” 8
    34. 34. Style/Peer Editing
    35. 35. Style/Peer Editing Peer Editors- Please looked for: – 1st person – 2nd person – Contractions – Awkward wording – Transitions – Spelling Errors – Capitalization Errors – Grammatical Errors – Paragraphs= 5-7 sentences
    36. 36. Parenthetical Citations
    37. 37. Parenthetical Citations Immediately following a quotation from a source or a paraphrase of a source's ideas, you place the author's name followed by a space and the relevant page number(s). – Human beings have been described as "symbol-using animals" (Burke 3). When a source has no known author, use a shortened title of the work instead of an author name. – (“The River” 22).
    38. 38. Parenthetical Citations
    39. 39. Parenthetical Citations To cite multiple sources in the same parenthetical reference, separate the citations by a semi-colon: – ...as has been discussed elsewhere (Burke 3; Dewey 21). The author's name may appear either in the sentence itself or in parentheses following the quotation or paraphrase, but the page number(s) should always appear in the parentheses, not in the text of your sentence. For example:
    40. 40. Parenthetical Citations
    41. 41. Parenthetical Citations – Wordsworth stated that Romantic poetry was marked by a "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (263). – Romantic poetry is characterized by the "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (Wordsworth 263). – Wordsworth extensively explored the role of emotion in the creative process (263).
    42. 42. Quotations
    43. 43. Quotations Anything that is taken word-for-word needs to be surrounded by quotation marks.
    44. 44. Quotations Anything that is taken word-for-word needs to be surrounded by quotation marks. Short Quotes- fewer than 4 typed lines – Cullen concludes, "Of all the things that happened there/ That's all I remember" (11-12). – “At this point, every action is all or nothing in Jim’s mind” (Chadwick-Joshua 44).
    45. 45. Quotations
    46. 46. Quotations
    47. 47. Quotations
    48. 48. Quotations Long Quotes/ Block Quotes- longer than 4 typed lines.
    49. 49. Quotations Long Quotes/ Block Quotes- longer than 4 typed lines.
    50. 50. Quotations Long Quotes/ Block Quotes- longer than 4 typed lines. NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR A PAPER THIS SHORT
    51. 51. Works Cited
    52. 52. Works Cited Begin your Works Cited page on a separate page at the end of your research paper. It should have the same one-inch margins and last name, page number header as the rest of your paper.
    53. 53. Works Cited Begin your Works Cited page on a separate page at the end of your research paper. It should have the same one-inch margins and last name, page number header as the rest of your paper. Label the page Works Cited (do not underline the words Works Cited or put them in quotation marks) and center the words Works Cited at the top of the page.
    54. 54. Works Cited
    55. 55. Works Cited Double space all citations, but do not skip spaces between entries.
    56. 56. Works Cited Double space all citations, but do not skip spaces between entries. List page numbers of sources efficiently, when needed. If you refer to a journal article that appeared on pages 225 through 250, list the page numbers on your Works Cited page as 225-50.
    57. 57. Works Cited
    58. 58. Works Cited Alphabetical Order
    59. 59. Works Cited Alphabetical Order Works CITED: cited means that you have cited it in your paper. – Even if you have read the resource, it does not count as works cited unless you CITED it! – Remember you need 3 critical sources 1 Biographical and 1 primary--> 5 sources!
    60. 60. Final Paper
    61. 61. Final Paper Show substantial differences from your rough draft.
    62. 62. Final Paper Show substantial differences from your rough draft. Include your Outline, Rough Draft and Final Draft along with your green book.
    63. 63. Final Paper Show substantial differences from your rough draft. Include your Outline, Rough Draft and Final Draft along with your green book. Place all of the final pieces in a 2- pocket folder to hand in!
    64. 64. Final Paper Show substantial differences from your rough draft. Include your Outline, Rough Draft and Final Draft along with your green book. Place all of the final pieces in a 2- pocket folder to hand in! You’re finished!
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