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Week 6 Discussion Contains unread posts
General Instructions for Discussion
Post responses here in public discussion forum.
Create a new thread for each posting. Please put the following in the subject line: Discussion + your name
Address each classmate by name in your responses, and sign your name to each posting, please. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Refer to course materials, cases, and/or statutes to support conclusions. Comments should be substantive, reflective, and analytical, and fully explain all conclusions.
Comments must go merely agreeing or disagreeing with another’s comments to explain why you agree or disagree.
Discussion: Part 1 due Saturday, 11:59 pm ET; Part 2 due Tuesday, 11:59 pm ET Part 1: Proofreading
We can always benefit from proofreading tips. Below are two documents that may give you some ideas on effective proofreading. One of my favorites – reading a document out loud is on one of the lists. Review the following websites:
Evaluate the following paragraph that contains numerous spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors. Identify at least 9 errors that you see (there are 13 in total). Appellant’s stated to Officer Jones and Officers Nance that he “had somebody in their watching.” 2. This suggests that this third party and appellant where colleagues however they were not. 3. he judges’ finding at trail was that neither appellant nor any other witness testify that appellant had someone in the van watching the store. 4. Appellant claims that this was error because Officer Jones’ subsequently clammed that the appellant wanted to check him out before the drug sell. 5. However much appellant wants this court to believe his version of events, we do not. 6. Its simply beyond believe. 1. For each error that you identify in the paragraph above:
a. list the sentence number
b. describe the error
c. provide a corrected version. Number each error, 1a.,1b.,1c, 2a.2b, 2c, etc. Part 2: React to two (2) colleague’s comments.