Ozone Depletion: You may discuss ozone pollution but do not confuse it with the Problem of depletion; what is ozone and the ozone layer; why is the ozone layer important; causes of depletion and sources that produce the pollutants; Antarctic “hole” and wh.
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Ozone Depletion: You may discuss ozone pollution but do not confuse it with the Problem of depletion; what is ozone and the ozone layer; why is the ozone layer important; causes of depletion and sources that produce the pollutants; Antarctic “hole” and why it occurs; other holes; effects of ozone depletion; solutions.
- Minimum 4 Full pages
- Title Page
- Number pages
- Double-space entire document. ( suggested)
- One inch margins on all sides of paper.(suggested)
- Do not justify right margin (leave edge ragged) (suggested)
- Staple paper (No Binders)
- Final page will be a work-cited page.
- List entries alphabetically by author or if numerical citations were used,by number
- Only list books that you reference in your paper
- Use numbered citations in text (or MLA or other as indicated by instructor
- Clearly introduce your theis.
- Make sure it clearly states the purpose of your paper and some of the main points you plan to discuss.
- Make sure your topic is clearly related to some aspect of the literary work you are working with and that this tie is stated in your thesis.
- Your introductory paragraph needs to be more than just your thesis statement. It Should draw the reader into your paper and make him or her want to continue reading.
- Conclusion should be more than just a summary of your work.
- Try to do more than just repeat your main ideas.
- Explain why your ideas are significant.
- Leave the reader with a final thought.
- Paragraph only talks about one major idea.
- All ideas in Paragraph support the topic sentence.
- Ideas flow logically from one sentence to the next
- Outside sources are worked smoothly into your text.
- Good use of transitions between sentences and between Paragraphs.
- Paragraphs should be in a logical order, so the reader can follow your line of reasoning.
- Each topic sentence is supported and clearly explained with the use of illustration & examples.
- Use MLA Format to Clearly reference Sources within your text (in-text parenthetical Citations); or other Acceptable citation methods.
- Citation should be clearly lined to a work in your work cited page.
**make sure your paper does not read like a collection of other people’s ideas.it is your interpretation of their ideas which is important.**
- Paraphrase and give credit through citation.
- Give in-text citations whenever you use someone else’s ideas,even if they are in your own words.
Revising and Editing:
- Look at your overall structure.
- Is your thesis presented clearly?
- Do you present enough evidence to support your thesis?
- Read your whole paper to make sure each unit it is clear and coherent.
- Look at each paragraph separately to make sure each unit is structured logically.
- Look at individual sentences and words.
- Is the sentence grammatically correct?
- Does it read smoothly?
- Is your wording accurate and clear?
- Are you varying your word choices and your sentence structure?
- Review for all possible grammatical and spelling errors.
Remember a well-researched paper which is poorly edited will not receive a good grade. Readability is just as important as the ideas you discuss and analyze.
Ozone Depletion: You may discuss ozone pollution but do not confuse it with the Problem of depletion; what is ozone and the ozone layer; why is the ozone layer important; causes of depletion and sources that produce the pollutants; Antarctic “hole” and wh