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Your assignment this week is to summarize “Blessed are the Meek’ from Biblical Principles of Hiring and Developing Employees by Bruce Winston in only 350-400 words. The goal of this assignment is to help you perfect a concise, professional writing voice, so you must remain within this word count.
You are also not allowed to use a single form of the verb "to be" (am, is, are, was, were, be, being, or been). These verbs are an integral part of passive voice, which hurts your writing’s clarity and concision when used incorrectly. While your future graduate assignments likely won’t completely ban using passive voice, you want to be in the habit of using active voice whenever possible. Thus, this assignment completely bans the passive voice to help you practice utilizing the active voice.
Please review this weeks’ short, free e-textbook Writing Professionally with Clarity and Concision before beginning this summary. It will help you learn more about writing concisely, using active voice, and avoiding plagiarism.
- The summary must be 350-400 words (citations included).
- You should give a clear overview of the chapter beginning to end, so you must be judicious in how you utilize this short word count.
- Do not use "to be" verbs (am, is, are, was, were, be, being, or been.
- Paraphrase whenever possible instead of directly quoting the material you’re summarizing.
- If you absolutely need to use a quote, you must limit the quote to 3-4 words. No exceptions.
- Write behind the author as your source. This means consistently mentioning him as you summarize his material: e.g., "Winston explains…", "According to Winston, …", etc. (This will get you into the practice of using your sources as your authority in research writing, not you).
- Provide a one to two sentence summary of the entire chapter at the beginning of your first paragraph and a one to two sentence conclusion in your last paragraph.
- Use the provided APA 7th edition template.
- Lesson name as the title.
- Cite and reference per APA requirements.
- Be sure each sentence is clear and grammatically correct.
- Double-space the text.
- Use the correct style for headings and the reference.
- Use the normal style for text.
NOTE: Since you are paraphrasing and summarizing Winston (not writing original opinion or analysis), you are expected to include citations throughout most sentences (if not every sentence) of the summary to practice avoiding plagiarism.
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