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750 – 1500 words

Select one (1) “ADVENTURE” from EACH of the following sections for a total of THREE ADVENTURES: Adventure 1 from Chapters’ 1-11; Adventure 2 from Chapters’ 12-22; and Adventure 3 from Chapters’ 23-33 and discuss and interpret how each of these adventures affected Huck’s outlook on life. Then, explain the connection among each of these adventures which solidifies your understanding of the significance of the adventures you selected.

Guidelines to go over and abide by when writing the paper

1. Use Times New Roman and 12 – point font

2. Use one-inch margins (top to bottom and side to side)

3. Double-space

4. Use paragraph (form) and indent your paragraphs

5. Read the question / prompt fully and ensure you understand what is being asked/required

6. Brainstorm and use an outline – pre-write

7. Write a first draft – PROOFREAD!

8. Revise your first draft – PROOFREAD!

9. Re-write it and revise it a second time – third time ??? – PROOFREAD!

10. Did you answer / respond to the question / prompt fully? – PROOFREAD!

12. Skip one line – Title Your Paper (underline – ?) The title should capture the reader’s interest.

13. Try Not to use the pronoun, “I” (I believe…, I feel…, I think…, etc.)

14. Try Not to use contractions in a formal paper (don’t, doesn’t, can’t, etc.)

15. Do Not abbr. (U.S., Devlin H.S., etc.)

16. Do Not begin a sentence with a conjunction (And, Because, But, etc.)

17. Do Not end a sentence with a preposition. (Where do you work


Where is he going



18. Do Not mix verb tenses. Use the same verb tense throughout your paper. (The main character


in her

twenties and



19. Do Not separate a proper noun at the end of a line and continue on the next line.

20. Do Not use (parentheses in your paper).

21. Periods and commas go inside quotation marks. Betty said, “I do not understand this.”

22. Do Not split an infinitive. (

to understand)

not (to


understand)– (

to laugh)





23. Use facts and provide evidence (cite your sources)

24. Try to not use (in the story, throughout the novel, the book said, in the class, etc.)

25. Always underline titles of books.

26. NEVER use (thing, a lot, is when, was when, due to…, stuff, and any other “slang-type” words or


27. When referring to a character from the story, use the last name of the character – exceptions: Gatsby,

Huck, Holden, Jem, Scout, etc.

28. Use these words correctly: their, there, (they are and not they’re), its, (it is and not it’s)

29. NEVER re-tell the story – answer / respond to the question / prompt –



30. Avoid personal opinions unless it is asked

31. Clear thesis, evidence, summary / conclusion, – cite your source

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