Throughout the semester,you have carefully and diligently worked toward crafting

Throughout the semester,you have carefully and diligently worked toward crafting an original paper on one of the most important projects within the field of architecture.Congratulations. You havecompleted the most difficult part of this process.Below you will find instructions for completing and submitting your final paper.
1.Paper Structure: Verify that your paper is properly structured and begins with the most obvious and believableobservation about your project and concludes with the most-outlandish, yet specific, original thought. We relieve you of having to complete the “throat-clearing” exercise of writing a formal“introduction” and “conclusion”-the paragraphs that constitute your first and last outline chunks will serve as your respective beginning and ending.
2.Clarity: Slowly read each of your sentences in your expanded draft and ask yourself–“what do I mean by…?” A helpful exercise is to write and rewrite the same concept over and over until you land on a sentence that represents your true intentand presents your idea the most clearly.Save that sentence for your final version.
3.Rhythm and variety: Once you have edited for clarity, read each of your paragraphs aloud to check for rhythm and variety. Make sureyou vary your sentence lengths and your word choices for interest.
4.Final wordsmithing: Exchange your paper with acolleague.Each of you should highlight any grammar or spelling mistakes or awkward or unclear turns of phrase in the other’s work(do not edit each other’spaper). After reviewing,make your final revisions. Make sure you havekeptfootnotes with their associated sentences.
5.Formatting: •Times New Roman, 12 pt, double-spaced•Must have a descriiptive title that includes the name and location of your project•Include (optional) essential images at the end of the document. Make it as large as possible. The image must be accompanied with a descriiptive caption and image source information.•All footnotes must be correctly formatted with proper citations (no need for a “Works Cited” or “Bibliography” page)

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