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Did I read all the instructions? Some of the assignments require outside reading, or must be posted to the discussion area. It is essential that you understand what is required and where to submit it.
Did I answer the question asked, and all its parts? Sometimes the question is close to another topic that may be of more interest, but that is not the question asked. Please limit the discussion to the question presented, being sure to address all facets of the question.
Did I read, re-read and edit my assignment to check for and correct spelling errors, grammatical errors and typos? There is a big difference between a lack of vitamin A, and a lake of vitamin A, while both would be quite harmful only one would apply to your discussion topic. Read your essay aloud, it should flow smoothly and make sense to anyone in the room.
Did I meet the minimum word requirement? Most of the assignments have a recommended minimum word requirement to encourage a thorough exploration of the topic. Expand the discussion to include more of the chapter, more of the vocabulary, and wow me with your knowledge, while avoiding filler and repetition.
The checklist will be used in evaluating the assignment so if you wish to earn the best possible grade, carefully review the checklist as it applies to your assignment.
Question week 8:
Explain the mechanisms by which consuming a diet rich in vitamin C may help protect against lung cancer and stomach cancer. Be sure to define antioxidants, free radicals, and their role as they relate to the development or prevention of cancer. Does it make a difference if the antioxidants come from supplements or food?
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