- Do not use "you"
or "your" in any writing for this course (except in quotes), unless instructed to
- No contractions (don't,
isn't, won't, it's, etc.) are allowed on any written assignments for this class,
either online, handwritten or computer printed, except in quotes or in
situations where informal writing is customary, such as in
- When referring to a person,
use "who," not "that." For example, you might
write about "a soldier who was killed in Iraq," but never write "
that. was killed in Iraq." If you use
"that" for a person, you are calling him or her a thing, and
disrespecting that person.
O.W. rev 1/2008
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