Word Processing Assignment
University of South Carolina
EDET 703 Design and Development Tools II
On my honor as a University of South Carolina student, I have completed my work
according to the principle of Academic Integrity. I have neither given nor received any
unauthorized aid on this assignment
My name is Sarah Tolson and this is my Word Processing assignment for EDET 703.
This is my left justified text.
I teach third grade at a Title I school in Lancaster, South Carolina. This is currently my third
year teaching and I enjoy learning and thriving with my students. This is my right justified text.
I live in West Columbia, South Carolina with my husband, Tyler,
and dog, Belle. I only get to spend the weekends at home, so I
am currently seeking a job in Columbia. This section is my
You need to have a section that looks like this. Be sure that the left margin
is also indented like this paragraph. There should be at least two lines “hanging
down” below the first line, as is done in this paragraph.
On my honor as a USC student, I have completed this assignment in
its entirety. I turned off the Autoformat features of Word as
described. I may have asked for assistance to learn how to fulfill
part of the requirements of this assignment but after learning
how to fulfill the requirements, I completed the work myself.
Which of the following did NOT have a positive impact on South
Carolina during the Reconstruction period that followed the Civil War?
the railroad system
streetcars and automobiles
What type of building or structure would you NOT find in a typical mill
town in South Carolina?
marketplace or general store
small houses that are close to each other
Which of the following is a true statement about post-Civil War South
Slavery was very popular. There were more slaves than
before the Civil War.
Cotton prices increased and farmers began growing more
cotton on their farms and plantations.
Typically, white South Carolinians would work in
textile mills. African Americans (ex-slaves) were not
allowed in the mills, but were able to unload and load the
Black and white children went to school together during
the Reconstruction period.
Textile mills brought in supplies such as indigo and rice to
manufacture goods. They turned these materials into thread
Being named now
Garnet & Black
Garnet & Gold
Scarlet & Gray
Purple & White
Gold & Garnet