During the middle of the day Friday, I will be traveling with Marco Polo and some Sophomore History students. If you have class while I am away, please report to the classroom and the substitute teacher there. Work on your Macbeth paragraph in class; instructions* appear below. If you submit the revised paragraph before class ends, feel free to do other work.
p.s. I have commented on drafts submitted to the “current progress” TURNITIN box.
Before the end of classes Friday (3:15pm), be sure to submit to TURNITIN the revised version of your Final Macbeth Paragraph.
Be SURE to include this adjusted integrity pledge at the very top of your document: I have neither given nor received unacknowledged help on this work.
This pledge implies that you write an acknowledgment statement, if you have received help from any source, including classmates, other than your text of the play. A responsible acknowledgment identifies the name of the source and the specific nature of the help provided by this source. For example, if your classmate gives you feedback, your statement looks something like this: I would like to acknowledge John Henry for pointing out sentence errors. Simply listing a name deprives your readers of information and your helpers of credit. Be fair and forthcoming; that’s what successful scholars do.