How to write a scholarly paper in Turabian format.
Format: Font is Times New Roman, size 12, double-spaced, 1-inch borders, indenting new paragraphs
THS Heading Format: Title, Name, Class, Date. To simplify our procedures at THS Academy we do not require a title page, for the formatting of the heading please refer to the “Example-Paper” below.
Sentence structure: subject, verb, object.
Introduction: Make the entire case of your paper in summary. One sentence or two of introduction, one sentence for each main point, and one sentence for your conclusion.
Body: Each sentence from your introduction should be a paragraph. The paragraph should be succinct and easy to understand. Don’t use words you don’t know.
Conclusion: Summarize your findings, one sentence for each paragraph. Add any final thoughts or conclusions.
Quoting and Footnoting: Every point you make that is not your own should have a footnote added. Words that are not your own should have quotation marks around them. Words that are not your own should sound like you said but look like a quotation. Quotes that require more than 4 lines should be set in a single space and indented.
Bibliography: You will need to use a word processor to get it perfect. Ensure you use the Turabian format. There are many rules to be known, and you can consult the example, and also use http://www.citationmachine.net/turabian
You will be using the Turabian format for three basic types of paper writing: summary papers, reflection papers, and research/argument papers. While the formatting is the same, each paper has a different purpose, and therefore a different tone and scope:
Writing an summary, reflections, or research/argument paper.
Click here for an example Paper: Example-Paper
Writing a one-page summary paper.
Click here for an example Summary: Example-Summary