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Tips for Conclusions

Posted on: November 12, 2010

I was going to write long, drawn-out suggestions to help you with conclusions, replete with examples and diagrams, but decided to  post this link on conclusions instead, which says everything I wanted to say in a much more concise fashion.

There aren’t any real student examples, but we can use your drafts as the examples during our workshops. Don’t forget: bring FOUR copies of your drafts to class with you Tuesday. Bring them prior to class; don’t rely on our class printer because Murphy’s law will state that the printer will break down on you! And you’ll be draftless and won’t get the points.

 

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