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					                                      Report on a Famous Scientist!
Requirements:
   1. Report must be TYPED (12 pt. Max) or LEGIBLY WRITTEN in blue or black ink.
   2. Report must be double spaced (if typed) or single spaced (if hand written) and at least 2 pages in length
       (1 page per scientist).
   3. A reference page must be attached with at least 2 references (see other page for correct referencing)
   4. A title page with your name, date, class period, and names of your scientists should be attached.
   5. Information you gather about your scientists should include, but not be limited to:
       Century scientist lived in
       Birth and death dates
       What areas of science they studied
       What was their contribution to science as we know it today
       What was their major accomplishment in the area they studied
       Any other important or interesting facts
   6. Remember your paper format, INTRODUCTION, BODY, AND CONCLUSION!!
   7. Choose any 2 of the following scientists related to the Microscope and Cell Theory to report on.

                                                    Scientists
                                             Anton van Leeuwenhoek
                                                  Robert Hooke
                                               Matthias Schleiden
                                               Theodore Schwann
                                                 Rudolf Virchow
                                                  Robert Brown

   NOTE: PLAGARISM (representing someone else’s work (including their words and ideas) as one’s
   own or providing materials for such a representation)WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!!!!!
   ANYONE FOUND TO BE PLAGARIZING WILL BE ISSUED A ZERO ON THEIR PAPER!
   Everyone’s paper will be different, if papers have the same content all parties involved will receive a
   zero; that is considered cheating!

                                                      Rubric:
Got it?           Point value       Must have
                  5 points          Title page
                  15 points         2 full pages in length
                  15 points         Reference page
                  10 points         Introduction
                  30 points         Info such as:
                                     Century scientist lived in
                                     Birth and death dates
                                     What areas of science they studied
                                     What was their contribution to science as we know it today
                                     What was their major accomplishment in the area they studied
                  10 points         Conclusion
                  15 points         Correct spelling/grammar (no text language, use spell-check)



   Due Date: _________________________ Parent Signature_____________________________________
Books:

One author
Rosenthal, Robert. Meta-Analytic Procedures for Social Research. 2nd ed. Newbury
      Park: Sage, 1987.

Two or three authors
Welsch, Roger L., and Linda K. Welsch. Cather’s Kitchens: Foodways in Literature and
      Life. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1987.

More than three authors
Quirk, Randolph, et al. A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London:
       Longman, 1985.

Unsigned article in a well-known encyclopedia
“Mandarin.” The Encyclopedia Americana. 1994 ed.

Periodical Articles/Journals:

Journal article with volume number, year, and pages (continuous pagination)
Mann, Susan. “Myths of Asian Womanhood.” Journal of Asian Studies 59 (2000):
      835-62.

Professional site
Nineteenth-Century German Stories. Ed. Robert Godwin-Jones. 1999. Foreign Lang.
       Dept., Virginia Commonwealth U. 10 Jan. 2002 <http://www.fln.vcu.edu/menu.html>

Article in an encyclopedia
“Fresco Painting.” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 2002. Encyclopedia Britannica. 8
       May 2002 <http://search.ed.com/>

Article in an electronic journal available independently
Ane, Gabrielle. “Reading Ophelia’s Madness.” Exemplaria 10.2 (1998). 22 June 2002.
      <http://web.english.ufl.edu/english/exemplaria/danefram.htm>

Website:
Lynch, Tim. "DSN Trials and Tribble-ations Review." Psi Phi: Bradley's Science Fiction Club. 1996. Bradley
       University. 8 Oct. 1997 <http://www.bradley.edu/campusorg/psiphi/DS9/ep/503r.html>.
Newspaper or Magazine Article on the Internet:
Andreadis, Athena. "The Enterprise Finds Twin Earths Everywhere It Goes, But Future Colonizers of Distant
      Planets Won't Be So Lucky." Astronomy Jan. 1999: 64- . Academic Universe. Lexis-Nexis. B. Davis
      Schwartz Memorial Lib., Brookville, NY. 7 Feb. 1999 <http://web.lexis-nexis.com/universe>.


  For full credit to be granted for your reference section you must properly identify your
                                          sources!!!