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a   All papers must be in proper grammar, spelling, and style. Proofread your papers, use active voice (sentences where subjects act; direct/clear as to who is doing what), and follow any and all grammar rules.

a   Essays must have a title page including title of the essay, your name, date, name of the class and semester, and name of instructor. First page of the essays must clearly articulate your thesis. Conclusion must reflect your thesis.

a   Papers must be typed, double-spaced, 12 point font, numbered pages, with appropriate footnotes/endnotes and bibliography page. (Footnotes: Chicago style; APA or MLA style acceptable). The size of paper and due date will be discussed separately for each assignment.

a   Citations within the text should be as follows: ________ (Clark, 2001, p. 5). Points will be deducted from essay papers WITHOUT proper citations to the book.

a   Bibliography page must be in alphabetical order by author or title at the end of essays in the following style:

Xenophon 2001. The Education of Cyrus, W. Ambler (trans.), Ithaca, NY: Cornell Univ. Press, pp. IV(5)129.


The world has a natural order. It is organized, bold and expressive. In that regard, the art of writing has a formula. The key to unlocking this art will make writing less stressful and more successful. Here is what usually works in most cases except scientific research papers a

An Essay Paper is divided into three parts:

Introduction (first paragraph)

[thesis should be first sentence, if possible]

Body (middle part of the paper; more than one paragraph with

at least 3 examples to prove your thesis)

Conclusion (final paragraph)

[re-state thesis and whether it was met by evidence

presented in middle part of your paper]

So you need to read the material, come up with an interesting theme, & collect evidence:

1. Choose a theme/thesis (if unsure, read several sources on topic for general overview). This will shape your a?introduction.a? It is much easier to research and organize findings if you already have a focus.

2. Find at least three important factors that address your theme. They may support or negate your thesis. These findings will create the a?bodya? of your paper.

3. Finally, reach a a?conclusiona? from your research in relation to your theme/thesis.

4. Try to come up with an interesting opening statement or thesis especially for creative writing or papers that are written for general public.

5. Look for colorful adjectives and dramatic wording. Choosing the write words to describe or convey something can make a world of difference to readers. Avoid using the same descriptive words back to back. Use synonyms to avoid repetition and writing traps.

6. Make proper citations to source of information accordingly. Either quote or paraphrase to avoid plagiarism.

7. Keep an active/updated bibliography when drafting the paper.

8. Make sure the paper follows proper format according to instructions of the assignment, if any.

9. Make proper citations to images. If the paper is to be published or sold, clear copyright matters.

10. Use active voice instead of passive. That is, subject performs the action (for ex., a?The student mailed the lettera? instead of a?The letter was mailed by the studenta?).

11. Avoid using second person narrative (a?youa?). Please note third person narrative (a?hea? or a?shea?) gives writer more freedom in how the story is told. First person narrative (a?Ia? or a?wea?) is limited, but can make readers relate better to a specific character.

12. Maintain consistency.