Rules for GATTACA Paper

Rules for GATTACA Paper

Rules for GATTACA Paper Must have a thesis: parents should/should not be able to choose their childrens genes b/c Must argue at least 3 major points- and have an introduction and conclusion Must reference at least 2 internet resources in addition to GATTACA WIKIPEDIA DOES NOT COUNT AS A SOURCE!!!!! Must use appropriate referencing pattern for in paragraph notation (Smith, 1999) To in text cite GATTACA (Niccol, 1997) Must properly reference other sources at the bottom of your paper

Smith, J. (1999). Human genetics. Retrieved from http://www.humangenome project.com To after text Cite GATTACA: Niccol, A. (Writer) (1997). Gattaca [DVD]. Example of in text citation One reason why we should have uniforms at Kearns Junior High school is because it creates a symbolic message of equality. According to greatschools.org a school uniform reduces the chance of gang related school activity, and reduced the sense of economic or social barriers between children, (Wilde, 2008). In

the movie _____ the children wore uniforms to show that blah blah blah blah, (movie write, movie date). Thus we see that uniforms promote social unity in the classroom. http://humangenetic.org/human-geneticengineering-pros-and-cons/ Please do not use yahoo, wikipedia, answers.com or sites where the arguments come from your average Joe people who can just post whatever they feel or need to.

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