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MLA Style Guide
Pages template for MLA Style research paper
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Use of Library of Congress Images
When material form the Library’s collections is reproduced in a publication or website or otherwise distributed, the Library requests the courtesy of a credit line.
Ideally, the credit will include
reference to Library of Congress, and
the specific collection which includes the image, and
the image reproduction number (negative, transparency, or digital id number).
Such a credit furthers scholarship by helping researchers locate material and acknowledges the contribution made by the Library of Congress.
Wright Brothers collection, Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress, LC-ppmsca-04598.
When space considerations preclude such a caption, shorter versions may be used.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-13459
Library of Congress, C4-2356
PRESENTATION MISTAKES TO AVOID
Project #4 Documentary
Key Documentary Concepts
What they all generally have in common are:
· They are shot-based as opposed to scene based dramatic films
· A story with a beginning, middle and end
· A real place, time, event, people etc.
· A narrator is often used either on camera or in voice-over that carries the story and adds interpretation to what the audience sees and hears
· Interviews with people involved in the story add authensity and individual points of view
· Shots from specific places or events that either carry the story visually or embellish what the interviewee or narrator is talking about
· A point of view
Concept and Purpose
The video has a clear and interesting purpose and is creatively produced.
The video's purpose is somewhat unclear, but the video is interesting and somewhat creative.
The video's purpose is somewhat unclear, and the video is not very interesting or creative.
The video has no apparent purpose and shows very little creativity.
Information is accurate and well-written. Subject knowledge is excellent.
Most of the information is accurate and well-written. Subject knowledge is very good.
The information is somewhat accurate and there are some grammatical and spelling errors. Subject knowledge is fair at best.
Much of the information is inaccurate and not well-written. Subject knowledge is poor.
The documentary is extremely easy to follow and understand throughout the presentation. The flow of the video makes sense.
The documentary is easy to follow and understand throughout the presentation. The flow of the video makes sense for the majority of the documentary.
The documentary is hard to follow and understand throughout the presentation. The flow of the video makes sense somewhat for about half of the documentary.
The documentary is hard to follow. The flow of the video makes sense somewhat for the less than half of the documentary.
Visual Interest Level
Outstanding visual interest. Excellent blend of pictures, facts, and voice-overs enhance the entire production.
Good visual interest. Fine blend of pictures, facts, and voice-overs enhance the entire production.
Average visual interest. Intermittent blend of pictures, facts, and voice-overs that enhance the entire production.
Poor visual interest. Little or no blending of pictures, facts, and voice-overs to enhance the entire production.
Video flowed logically and smoothly from one scene to the next. Information and organization is complete and engaging.
For the most part, the video flowed logically and smoothly from one scene to the next. Information and organization is complete and interesting.
Video seemed out of sequence or confusing in some places. Information and organization is adequate and somewhat interesting.
The video lacked purpose, with little information and organization
November 16&17 2010
PROJECT DUE November 30th / December 1
It did not happen yesterday or even the day before but a long time ago...
Write a first person account of a historical event (
click here for help
) you may choose any event between in US History between 1620AD and 1800AD if it is in the book or not. You also have three project choices
• Essay length: 400 - 500 typewritten words.
• You must write your own essay.
• All essays should be typewritten in English with no color or graphics and cannot be less than 400 words or greater than 500 words in length.
(Essays under or over these word amounts will be scored zero.) Every word is counted regardless of length.
The essay title (theme) or added footnotes do not contribute to the word count.
the last line of your essay should be the word count
in Pages - Click the Inspector button at the top right corner of your screen, then click the far left tab that looks like a blank page.
At the top of that window there are tabs that say " Document TOC & Info" click the info tab and it displays your word count.
in Google Docs - at the top of the page select
3 to 5 minutes in length
you may use tools such as
to create your video
be sure to have credits which is your bibliography/works cited and a title
3) Enhanced podcast
3 to 5 minutes
use iMovie/Grage Band/Keynote or a combination of them
you giving your story (first person of the event) you must have images
and when you do the credits be sure to source all of your images
**reminder that Google does not have images
knowledge of the theme is worth 30 points:
You must show a thorough knowledge of the theme in your work.
Demonstrate you have researched the issue extensively.
Content is worth 35 points:
Clearly express your ideas in an organized manner.
Fully develop your theme and use transitions to move smoothly from one idea to the other.
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