We all know that working gradually on an essay (not just throwing it together at the last second) is the best way to get a good grade. Here is a four-week schedule which will work for your final essay.*
|Wk 12||Off||Select and narrow topic||Select and narrow topic||Select and narrow topic||Find content||Find content||Find content|
|Wk 13||Find content||Find content||Find content||Find content||
|Easter Break||Easter Break|
|Wk 14||Easter Break||Easter Break||First draft||First draft||First draft||First draft||First draft|
|Wk 15||First draft||Peer Edit||Final draft||Final draft||Final draft||Final draft||Off|
This corresponds to the four-part procedure that I frequently say is behind all writing projects:
* This material is adapted from Budgeting Your Time to Complete a Research Paper. (Please do not be put off by the "For Dummies" part of the title. The advice is excellent.)
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Revised 12/30/21 • Page author: Curtis Allen • e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.