29 February 2012


Checklist for Research Papers

____ Three drafts (including final) that trace the process of the writing.

____ Fully filled-out Edit Sheet

____ Pages Numbered

____ Clear parenthetical citations (MLA)

____ Notes Pages (MLA)

(At least one note explaining primary text)

____ Works Cited Page (MLA)

(Minimum 10 sources from scholarly journals or university presses)

____ Close reading for every quotation

____ Interpretive Thesis

____ Methodology Explained in Intro Paragraph (optional)

____ Topic Sentences

____ Title, but no title page

____ Consideration of strong counter-argument (optional)

____ To Be search & destroy

____ Proofread

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