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PART 1: Please read and sign the following:

On my honor, I have not taken the words or ideas of any person, on-line resource, printed text, or other source without properly labeling those words or ideas and giving the proper citation. This paper is a non-recycled, new paper written specifically for Dr. Halbert's Spring 2015 English 101 course. I have never handed this paper in for credit before.

Name: ________________________________ Date: __________________

Signature: ______________________________

PART II: Make sure your paper uses the INSERT-->BREAK-->Page Break to set up your works cited page. Any paper without a works cited page in the document. Also remember you will get an additional 21-point grade for following the MS Word Commands requirements.

PART III: Submit your final draft to the Dropbox for Paper #3. No need to copy and paste this time: simply upload the file. Please name the file using the following model: LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_ENG101_p3.doc (example: Halbert_Hal_101_p3.doc). This upload is expected by the start of class.

I understand I must submit an electronic copy of the paper using the file name convention listed above by the appointed time and date. This file must match the paper copy exactly as it will be the copy that is actually graded.

INITIALS: __________________

PART III: Submit your paper to TurnItIn.com (see class web page for instructions in the main menu)

PART IV: Post a copy to the discussion board in the "PAPER 3: Final Version" forum

PART V: Post a additional copy with an altered name in the ASSESSMENT DROPBOX. This version should replace your name on the first page with "J. Doe" and put "Doe" in the page number in the header instead of your last name. Change the professor's name to "Dr. Doe." Make sure no reference to the section number is next to ENG 101. This copy will be used as part of the English Department's Assessment of the course. You get five points for this if you do it or -5 if you don't.


  • All research papers are due by noon on Friday, May 8th.
  • All major paper rewrites of paper #1 are due on Tuesday, May 12th at noon. Email the file to me and use the subject line "Major Paper Rewrite ENG 101."



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