1. Use Active Voice. Use !I often. Cite sources, letting them speak.2. Cite sources fully,
1. Use Active Voice. Use !I often. Cite sources, letting them speak.
2. Cite sources fully, integrating them in your writing. Avoid: It is said . . . . Instead let the speaker come alive: Braun (p.16) says, . . . . I am interested in what she says.
3. The cited sources are listed in References. Don”t use footnotes to cite.
4. Include: The paper”s TITLE that tells the specific, concrete focus of your interest. Avoid a general, broad topic.
1st paragraph. State, first, your research Question(s): !I question: . . . ? to introduce the paper.
2nd paragraph. The Data gathered, citing the sources. Analysis, discussion, and findings in your own words. 3rd paragraph. A concise, yet concrete summary of your paper and conclusions.
4th paragraph. Under the last sub-heading, !References, list the cited sources.
Your paper must be single spaced, 1 page long [not exceeding 2 pages] including your Full Name and References.