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Before you print your final paper, review all of the requirements on the rubric to ensure you have completed all assigned tasks.  Remember, you must meet all minimum requirements to earn a "C" or better.  Make sure you have answered the focus question: What was the impact of (your assigned leader, group, or event) on Civil Rights during (his, her, or its) own time, as well as years later?

Compare your paper to the Sample Student Paper.  Does the formatting look similar?  Does your paper use similar academic language?  Does your paper also include an analysis of the lasting impact? 

In order to earn full credit for your paper, you must submit it according to the following directions:

  • Submit the full text of your paper (remove the Works Cited, as it will show as plagarized text) to by 7:30 AM on the due date.  Remember, will look for chunks of text that have been copied.  Also, remember if you have not cited your research, it may be considered academic dishonesty.  Further, if the text you submit to does not exactly match the text on your paper copy, it may be considered academic dishonesty. If you have questions about the consequences of academic dishonesty, look at the FUHSD Academic Integrity Policy website for more information
  • Print a copy of the rubric.  All text should be in black ink.  Write your name on the top of the rubric, as well as the date.
  • Print out a copy of your paper with Works Cited.  All text should be in black ink. 
  • Staple the rubric on top of the paper and Works Cited.