Monthly Archives: November 2013

Works Cited page (instructions and samples)

MLA Bibliography Rules and Samples If a complete date is given, write it in the order: Day Month Year. If no publication date is indicated, write n.d. Altonn, Helen. “Marine Team Sounds Alarm for Reefs.” StarBulletin.com. Star Bulletin, [INDENT 5/tab]  … Continue reading

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In Canada–First People Protest Fracking Original article from commondreams.org (November 5, 2013)

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Re-post: Follow MLA Rules to avoid plagiarism on final research project

Any student who plagiarizes — even 1-2 words — runs the risk of failure for the semester. Please conduct only the most ethical research and essay writing. Citations are needed for — facts and statistics —direct quotations —paraphrase of a … Continue reading

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Documented Essay/final research paper — description, suggestions, and rules

Each student must formulate his/her own thesis and then gather sufficient supporting evidence for to prove his/her position. Democracynow.org, Common Dreams.org, along with these other online magazines, journals, and scholarly resources offer additional potential resources (reading material) for the final … Continue reading

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Three Important Articles — Common Dreams, 11/6/13 Within the Common Dreams online publication, please look especially at these three articles: Published on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 by Common Dreams: 1.  Carbon Capture ‘Scheme’ Linked to Large Quakes: Report New study reveals … Continue reading

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NYPD Police Profiling

Democracy Now, November 6, 2013

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ENG 101 — Syllabus update for November (peer critique AGAIN on 11/5)

10/31 – All classes except 11 AM should have completed peer critique; due to my inability to attend class, I ask all students in ENG 101 to BRING the drafts and theses back to class this TUESDAY:  November 5.  The new … Continue reading

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