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Evaluation: Each essay is worth 5% of the course grade. Your essays are formal writings, and
they will be evaluated for quality in the following areas:
• Topic and subject: suitable and substantial. (10 points)
• Information from reliable sources (mainly peer-reviewed primary and secondary literature)
and cited properly. A professionally created list of references is included. (20 points)
• Satisfactory integration of information, in-depth understanding of subject, coherence
maintained. (20 points)
• Presentation logical and smooth. (10 points)
• A complete story told. (10 points)
• Free from errors in grammar and spelling. (10 points)
• Length suitable. (10 points)
Citation: Council of Science Editor’s (CSE) style
please following the link
https://www.tru.ca/library/pdf/csecitationstyle.pdf to learn the details.
These are the general topics that echo the progression of the lectures, and for each essay, your
subject needs to be more specific, so that you may provide an in-depth analysis of relevant
information. You won’t simply use a title “Evolution”, “Population Genetics”, “Phylogeny” or
“Ecology”; they are suitable for monographs, yet just too general (broad) for an insightful and attractive essay. If you are not sure if your chosen subject (title) is suitable, ask for advice from your TA/IA or tutorial coordinator. When you do ask, you also need to provide a proposed outline so that they’d know what exactly you want to write about.
For each essay, you may write either a minireview of literature or an introduction to an original research paper (as illustrated in the sample articles on p. 2).