Final Draft: The Final Draft must consider source, content, style and grammar edits suggested from my reading of your Bibliographies, Outlines, and Reading Response papers. The paper should meet the 2000 word requirement, including Chicago Style citations. I will not give an A or B to a paper without Chicago style citations, I will not pass a paper without citations. There is a link to the Chicago style guide in the Bibliography instructions, you have used Chicago style notes on Reading Response papers, and American Yawp is also a model of Chicago style. Format: -2000 words -Double space -12-point font -Standard written English -One-inch margins -Chicago style footnote citations. Do not cite in parenthetical MLA style. Content: -Your paper must have a main idea/thesis/argument. -Your paper must be carefully edited. Grammar, punctuation, and spelling count. -Cultivate your own voice/style. You will be writing a lot of papers in college, at least three in this course, so find your voice. This means papers by different students on the same prompt should be distinct. It does not mean the papers are about you. Do not write about yourself and do not use a conversational tone or self-references.. -A paper with no citations is an F paper. Grading: -Meet the format requirements -Have thoughtful, original content based on your research -Write clearly and edit your work -“A” papers do these three tasks strongly, “B” papers may be weak in one area, “C” papers may be weak in two areas, “D” papers may be weak in three areas, etc.