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Quick Study Academic Outline: Essays & Term Papers (4-Page Laminated Study Chart)
"This Quick Study® guide is an outline of the basic topics taught in Essays & Term Papers courses. Due to its condensed format, use it as a writing guide but not as a replacement for assigned class work." — From "Note to Student" on Page 4
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LIKE NEW: This 4-page laminated chart is in excellent, like new condition. It has pre-punched holes for storing in a three-ring binder.
This colorful 4-page laminated chart contains condensed notes specific to writing essays and term papers:
- Paper Basics – Choosing a Topic, Picking a Subject, Style, Approach.
- Research & Documentation – Primary Research, Secondary Research.
- Search Strategy – Object, Sources, Working Bibliography.
- Taking Notes – Process, Accuracy is Essential, System.
- Documentation – Background, Originality, MLA or “Traditional” Documentation?, Traditional Footnotes/Endnotes, Author-Date System, The MLA Style.
- Library – Use of Library, Card Catalogs, Classification, Reference Works.
- Reasoning – Critical Thinking, Assumptions, Deduction/Induction, Logical Fallacies.
- Formatting the Final Copy – Following the Teacher’s Instructions, Proper Order, Title Page, Abstracts, Outline/Table of Contents, List of Illustrations, Endnotes, Bibliographies, Index, Pagination.
- Endnotes/References/Citations/Bibliographies – Endnotes, Referrence List (T)/Works Cited (M), Bibliography/Works Consulted (M).
- Bibliography – Reference Source, Bibliographic Forms: A Selection.
- Citing Sources Other Than Those Read – Lecture/Speech, Personal Interview, Television Program, Live Performance of a Play/Opera/Ballet/Concert, CD-ROM, Internet/Computer Service.
(T) “Traditional” Standards vs. (M) MLA Standards.
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- Grades 7-College, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, College
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