Table of Contents for this Book and How to Use The Meaningful Composition program
Projects Contained in This Book
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Our final “regular” MC book is a challenge. Every other year or so we have a few college-bound seniors in our Cottage Classes who want to “do it all”! That is, they want to write one super long paper with MLA formatting with all the bells and whistles. When that happens, this is the book we use! Students will end up with a fourteen to twenty page, one-semester long (in terms of time for the project) research paper in which they include a parenthetical citation in the text of their paper every time they change sources (ten to twenty sources total!)—and, of course, every time they include a quotation. If your student has completed MC 10 II: Four Research Reports (or has done several medium-length research papers in 8 I, 9 I, and/or 11 I and loves writing reports and all of the nuances of citation), this is the book to use. We leave nothing to chance in this step-by-step book.
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