After using Notion for a while, I decided to try out iA Writer as they both have a similar minimalistic aesthetic and both support keyboard-only working. I want to fully work with iA writer for my academic writing, but there are two things which I could not figure out quite yet.
Not looking for a high grade. I'm happy with a high C, low B. Pages in total should be roughly around 15-20 pages.
I. Memo (one page minimum; though mentioned here, this memo is only required for the final draft):
Here you will describe your goals for the final project, highlighting your experiences and providing analysis of your peer-review and other editing work since the conference. You should update me on any changes made to or information learned about the problem you're addressing, your audiences, or anything else relevant, since topic selection. Be as detailed as possible while explaining the decision-making process that went into your final submission. At the end, please also provide more general comments about your experience in the course overall.
II: Audience Selection (1 pages minimum)
So this story takes place yesterday and today. My English teacher is very uptight with her grading and takes it very seriously. She sometimes takes points off for things like grammar on a test about a novel. Basically a bunch of normally A students have b’s and c’s.
So on to the meat of the story. Yesterday we were assigned a research project where we research a controversial topic and make a slideshow/movie using Picture Story 3. In our notes we needed three articles annotated, and notes on a separate sheet including two quotes for each article, and two paraphrased facts each. I decided, since she gives low grades to slackers, that is do some extra work. Instead of paraphrasing with bullet points, (it said nothing about bullet points on the rubric) I wrote full sentences in a mini paragraph form thinking it would boost my grade. So at the end of class I hand her my papers, and she sorts through to grade. I knew I messed up when I saw her get a grin and look at me with these malicio... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I'm writing a paper and I need to find a quote to back up a claim I've made in the paper. The paper is made in APA format. So how do I format that quote?
EXAMPLE: some character says "Hey, don't throw shoes!" from a TV show and I want to put that quote in my paper, how do I do that?
I've seen how to quote from a movie in MLA & APA format that you say what movie you're using earlier in the paper and the bibliography, insert the quote with quotation marks, and in parenthesis, include the producer and director. "Game over man!" (Carroll and Scott) <-- example of the format for movie quote from the video I saw.
Thanks for any help
I'm looking to make a little extra cash for the holidays and flex some of my own personal muscles that I haven't used for a while on various writing and subjects; I am personally interested in what people write about, so some of this is fun for me.
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If this is an inappropriate place to ask my apologies. I am having a panicked scour of the net and my study guide and I can't seem to find the answer. My predicament is if I make reference to a text in my essay do I have to put it in my bibliography. For example, "In the play characters make references to other plays from the time period such as X and Y, which allows the audience...". The format is MLA and any advice is appreciated.