GROUP ORAL EXAM
LIST OF SOURCES GUIDELINE
** LAST UPDATED: 22 NOVEMBER 2016 **

See the Group Oral Exam Description for the due date for your group's List of Sources.

To receive full credit, your List of Sources must:

  1. be sent electronically to Erin with a "cc" to all students in the group
  2. be on-time (at least 2 hours before the first Oral Exam on your day)
  3. have no typos
  4. have a good filename, with ASCII characters and without double extensions -- e.g., fılenameoğlu.odt..odt is not acceptable
  5. do centering with the center button, not the tab key
  6. use the US English dictionary, for easy correcting of spelling errors
  7. use page numbers -- even if it's one page -- not just typed in
  8. use other rules for good, basic Word Processing
  9. have at least three English-language resources. Acceptable forms include: credible movie review sources; unacceptable forms include: Wikipedia (or anything like it) and IMDB.com (or anything like it)

Below is an example of a list of sources for the imaginary film THE POPCORN FACTORY.




LIST OF SOURCES FOR                                                                         (GROUP # _____ )

Books
Questions 3 to 6, 9: The Making of The Popcorn Factory. Published by Rundom House, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004.

Magazines
Questions 1, 3, 4, 5: Newsweek: "You 4 Girls: Nina, Tory, Kim, and Marie", February 10, 2004.
Questions 2, 4, 5, 6, 7: Time: "The New American Diet: Popcorn", March 1, 2004

Internet Sources
Questions 1-9: http://www.thepopcornfactory.com
Questions 4: http://www.feministsunite.com
Questions 3, 4, 5, 8, 9: http://www.blevinspopcorn.com
Questions 1 to 8, 9: http://www.cnn.com/?2004./popcorn/02132004.html
Questions 9: http://www.dailyregister.com/021904.html
Questions 9: http://www.msnbc.com/041804.htm
Questions 9: http://www.you4girls.com
Questions 1-9: http://www.rundomhouse.com