The following terms are for the study of film. They are meant as a quick reference and not an exhaustive examination of their importance in film analysis.
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When writing about any cultural text — a book, a poem, a painting, a song, a play, a film, etc. — there are established conventions that must be followed.
I added several help links to MLA Documentation Style to Bedford/St. Martin’s excellent
I will minimize the pain of student error making by separating learning from evaluating, and I will provide graduated and individualized risk-taking opportunities that will make learning worthwhile and exciting.
Even though you can get notes elsewhere, without hearing the lecture and participating in the discussion, you will probably not have the prior knowledge or cognitive framework necessary to assimilate the externally provided notes.
Most writers know that copying another’s work word for word without giving author credit is considered plagiarism. The following examples show the difference between genuine paraphrase and plagiarism of source material.
MLA Documentation Style, or simply MLA style, is used in the humanities when researchers need to give credit to any source — a book, web page, article, CD-ROM, lecture — outside of their own experience.
In an effort to clarify each letter grade, I developed this chart. Note that the professor does not give grades, the student must earn them.