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Written File of the Project

 

 

 

The written file of your project must have the following: a cover page, a table of contents, an introduction, a body with paragraphs, a conclusion, a bibliography and an appendix if you wish.

 

 

Before you start writing anything, develop an outline.  After the outline, write a draft copy of your work.  Ask your teacher both before submitting your final writing. 

 

The written part should be typed at a font size of 10 or 12 no bigger. It should be double spaced.  The pages should be a foolscap size. Make sure you check your written work for spelling and grammar mistakes. 

 

Writing your first and second drafts is more important than writing your last draft. Seven steps to good design. Christopher Meeks explains how to write an outline and how to map ideas

 

Essay Writing format and outlines

 

Lesson Three: Sample Outline and Essay

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