Professor William Lear December 5, When using a separate title page, the title is the first information on the page and horizontally centered at about the top third of the page. Other title elements your name, the course name, teacher's name and the due date Title Page Layout Advertising: The essay title should be in the same font type and size as the rest of your essay and should not be bolded, italicized or underlined.
Like most formal paper written for a class, APA format requires that the paper be written on standard sized paper in point font, Times New Roman preferred with once-inch margins on all sides.
To make a page header, the page numbers should appear at the very top right of the page and the name of the paper or the title of your paper should start on the first line to the very left of the page. In most scholarly papers, the APA format would require you to create four major sections for your report: The APA for mat for a book report would follow the same physical appearance of a scholarly paper but the sections of the report would differ.
Write the name of the book, underlined, on the left hand side of the page and on the following line on the left give the name of the author of the book.
The next page will again begin with the page header, and then list the publication information about the book, such as the name of the publisher, the year the book was published and the number of pages in the book, all on separate lines on the left hand side of the page. The next page will give the genre of the book followed by a brief introduction about the book, usually one to two pages long.
Give information about the setting, who is telling the story, who is the protagonist or antagonist and the other major characters in the book. It is also important to say what tone the author conveyed in the story.
You should give a plot summary, the climax and the plot resolution and or any literary devices used in the novel. List your impressions about the book. Write a strong conclusions.
Give a general overview of the topic, the main points and the main argument of the author. Give the important conclusions of the book. Analyze and evaluate the book by answering these questions. Did the author prove her thesis?
Why or why not? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the book? Finish by giving your overall response to the book.
Write a convincing conclusion to your report that highlights the introduction and body of your report. Things You Will Need.Creating an APA Title Page. 1) The Title. This is the most important part, and should be center aligned, about halfway down the page.
This is the full title of the research paper, dissertation or thesis.. 2) Personal Details. A book-length manuscript, whether for a non-fiction work or a novel, should have a separate title page. The title page will have your name and address in the upper-left corner, the title and your byline centered in the middle of the page, and an approximate word count centered at the bottom of the page.
Title page. Unless you receive other instructions, make the first page of your paper a title page. The APA Manual doesn't give instructions for the title page of a class paper; the contents and placement of items on the sample title page below are adapted from APA instructions for the title page of a paper to be submitted for publication.
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Adding a title and subtitles to a Microsoft Word document can help readers understand the content and main themes of the text quickly, without having to read every page.
Word includes a selection of text formatting tools, including automatic title and subtitle styles that complement the font face used for the body text in the document. If the first word of the title is “ The “, “ A “, or “ An “, and the word is being used as an article, e.g., in the title: The Little Book of Irish Clans, the entry is placed under “ Little ” and the article “ The ” is ignored.