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1. Title and author of article
2. Bibliographical information – source of article, publisher, publication date, and page number
3. One page summary of article – you must include a discussion of the main idea and the author's purpose; you may also want to discuss audience, tone, point of view, and organization
4. Three interesting things that you learned from the article
5. Five new vocabulary words and their definitions
6. Half page response to the article (What is your opinion of it?)
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Letter to Humanity
Guidelines: Letter to Humanity
The Earth is always conversing. Perhaps not in a manner people are perceptive of or accustomed to, but converse it does. For example, the deafening silence at sunrise when a forest should be reverberating with a chorus of birds, or a pungent smell emanating from a river used to supply drinking water to millions of city residents, or the exposure of darker land surfaces as glaciers and ice sheets melt and retreat. The Earth has much to say to those who can identify and decipher the telltale signs playing out on the planet’s surface. To be ecoliterate is to know the language of place.
You are the Earth. You are writing a letter to humanity to convey an important ecological message. Structure your letter around the following questions:
1. Who are you speaking to, humanity in general or a particular group?
2. What does it mean to live on Earth?
3. What are humans doing (or not doing)?
4. What guidance are you endeavoring to impart to humanity?
Stipulate the following details at the top right hand corner of the first page of your letter:
First and last name/surname
Course title (Environmental Problems & Solutions)
Class time (MWF, 10:10-11:00 AM)
Semester (Spring 2014)
● Length: 3 pages of typed text, excluding maps, tables, or images/graphics. You are welcome to submit letters of additional word length. Note: 3 full pages as a minimum, not 2¼ or 2½.
● Font: size 12.
● Ling spacing: double-spaced.
● Printing: you are welcome to print double-sided.
References & Citations
The following must be cited in the body of your text (in-text citing):
— Direct quotes.
— Historical, statistic, or scientific facts.
— Graphs and drawings.
— Articles or studies you refer to within your text. Specify the date of publication.
You may cite using the MLA, APA, or Chicago Manual format. For detailed examples on how to properly cite your sources (in-text & bibliography) go to the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/. You must fully cite all Internet material. Only providing the URL is insufficient.
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Pollution and population sizePaper instructions:
Some people think population size is close related to pollution degree. Larger population size means more use of lands and resources and will cause worse pollution problem. However, my argument will be there has no clear casual relationship between those two. The developed technologies and government policies can help reduce pollution problem when countries having larger population. (solar system/ policies for pollution control)
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