Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 13: Education
EDUCATION Term Paper Guidelines 1942
TAGS: education; term papers; student writing; writing guidelines; instruction; curriculum; American History
Transcription: EDUCATION Term Paper Guidelines
TERM PAPER — SECOND SEMESTER — 1942
SUGGESTIONS FOR DOING A LONG PAPER WELL
- Search the library carefully for all books that might throw any light on your subject. Include chapter and page number.
- Make a complete bibliography — keep a duplicate copy in some safe place —, it will save you time if the original is misplaced.
- Have a special five-cent notebook and keep nothing in it but notes and material for this paper.
- Make a rough preliminary outline before you begin extensive readings, This will enable you to classify your notes under the proper headings.
- As a rule it is better to read a chapter over before beginning to take notes,
- Where ever you wish to quote a source verbatim, make certain that you use quotations marks and in a footnote give title and author of book. Paper is unacceptable unless this is done.
- Before beginning final draft of paper make a detailed outline and stick to it in the development of your paper.
- Paper must be typed on unruled white paper. (plainly written in ink will be acceptable)
- Final outline must be gone over by instructor before work on paper is started.
- Paper is due on May 1st.
- The Revolutionary Period
- The Monroe Doctrine and It’s Place in our Foreign Policy
- The Spanish American War
- Railroads and Their Part in the Development of the Nation
- The Life of Jefferson
- The Life of Jackson
- The Causes of the Civil War
- The Road America Followed into World War I
- Life in the South Before the Civil War
- The Industrial Revolution Brings New Problems to Civilization
- Life of Lincoln
- Kentucky Pioneers
- Life of Woodrow Wilson
- The Conquest of Mexico
- The Conquest of Peru
- Life of George Washington
- Making the American Constitution
- Period of Exploration
- Sketches of All American Wars
- Life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- Winning the West
- Analysis of Causes Leading to World War II
- History of Immigration to the United States
- Cooperative Movement in the United States
- History of the Southland, Showing Major Problems of the […?]
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