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:
- be sent electronically to Erin with a "cc" to all students in the group
- be on-time (at least 2 hours before the first Oral Exam on your day)
- have no typos
- have a good filename, with ASCII characters and without double extensions -- e.g., fılenameoğlu.odt..odt is not acceptable
- do centering with the center button, not the tab key
- use the US English dictionary, for easy correcting of spelling errors
- use page numbers -- even if it's one page -- not just typed in
- use other rules for good, basic Word Processing
- 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 # _____ )
Questions 3 to 6, 9: The Making of The Popcorn Factory. Published by Rundom House, Nashville, Tennessee, 2004.
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
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