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From?the?film?called??Thelma?and?Louise??we?should?choose?a?specific?scene?in?the?film?and?should?study?the
cinematic?codes?in?that?specific?scene?.
?The?focus?of?your?essay?should?be?your?own?close??reading??and?interpretation?of?your?chosen?film,?but?you
should?also?consult?and?use?academic?sources?appropriately.
You?should?refer?to?at?least?two?academic?sources.?These?sources?should?be?taken?from?the?list?of?readings?on
your?module?outline.
Your?essay?should?be?clearly?structured,?and?your?arguments?should?be?supported?by?examples?from?the?film,?as
well?as?by?references?to?your?academic?sources.
Word?count:?1,500
Style?Guide
All?coursework?must?be?submitted?through?QMplus?on?an?MS?Word?document.?Please?follow?the?guidelines
below?to?ensure?your?work?is?properly?formatted.
Cover?page
Margins
Spacing?Paragraphing?Font
Headings
Page?numbering?In?text?citation
List?of?references
Your?work?must?start?with?a?cover?page,?which?you?can?download?from?QMplus.?Do?not?write?your?name?on?the
cover?page,?just?your?student?ID?number.?Also,?write?the?full?title?of?the?assignment,?the?number?of?words
written,?and?your?tutor?s?name.
Use?MS?Word?default?margins?(top?and?bottom:?2.54?cm;?left?and?right:?3.17?cm).
Always?use?double?spacing.
Leave?a?blank?line?between?paragraphs.
Use?a?clear?and?easily?readable?font?and?size.?Recommended?fonts?are:?Arial?10?pt
Calibri?11?pt?
Times?New?Roman?12?pt
Any?headings?should?be?in?bold?on?a?separate?line.?The?paragraph?following?the?heading?should?start?on?the?next
line?(i.e.,?there?should?not?be?a?line?space?between?the?header?and?the?paragraph).
Pages?should?be?clearly?numbered,?either?in?the?footer?or?header.
When?quoting,?paraphrasing?or?summarising?someone?else?s?work,?you?must?include?an?in?text?citation.?Usually
the?citation?should?be?inside?parentheses?and?include?the?author?s?family?name,?the?date?of?publication?and?the
page?number?where?appropriate,?e.g.?(Pettey,?2014:?101).
At?the?end?of?your?work,?you?must?include?a?complete?list?of?all?the?works?you?have?cited.?This?list?of?references
must?be?arranged?alphabetically?by?author?s?family?name.?Your?tutor?will?teach?you?how?to?write?a?list?of
references?and?the?correct?way?to?reference?different?source?materials,?e.g.?books,?journal?articles,?and?websites.?

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Description
From?the?film?called??Thelma?and?Louise??we?should?choose?a?specific?scene?in?the?film?and?should?study?the
cinematic?codes?in?that?specific?scene?.
?The?focus?of?your?essay?should?be?your?own?close??reading??and?interpretation?of?your?chosen?film,?but?you
should?also?consult?and?use?academic?sources?appropriately.
You?should?refer?to?at?least?two?academic?sources.?These?sources?should?be?taken?from?the?list?of?readings?on
your?module?outline.
Your?essay?should?be?clearly?structured,?and?your?arguments?should?be?supported?by?examples?from?the?film,?as
well?as?by?references?to?your?academic?sources.
Word?count:?1,500
Style?Guide
All?coursework?must?be?submitted?through?QMplus?on?an?MS?Word?document.?Please?follow?the?guidelines
below?to?ensure?your?work?is?properly?formatted.
Cover?page
Margins
Spacing?Paragraphing?Font
Headings
Page?numbering?In?text?citation
List?of?references
Your?work?must?start?with?a?cover?page,?which?you?can?download?from?QMplus.?Do?not?write?your?name?on?the
cover?page,?just?your?student?ID?number.?Also,?write?the?full?title?of?the?assignment,?the?number?of?words
written,?and?your?tutor?s?name.
Use?MS?Word?default?margins?(top?and?bottom:?2.54?cm;?left?and?right:?3.17?cm).
Always?use?double?spacing.
Leave?a?blank?line?between?paragraphs.
Use?a?clear?and?easily?readable?font?and?size.?Recommended?fonts?are:?Arial?10?pt
Calibri?11?pt?
Times?New?Roman?12?pt
Any?headings?should?be?in?bold?on?a?separate?line.?The?paragraph?following?the?heading?should?start?on?the?next
line?(i.e.,?there?should?not?be?a?line?space?between?the?header?and?the?paragraph).
Pages?should?be?clearly?numbered,?either?in?the?footer?or?header.
When?quoting,?paraphrasing?or?summarising?someone?else?s?work,?you?must?include?an?in?text?citation.?Usually
the?citation?should?be?inside?parentheses?and?include?the?author?s?family?name,?the?date?of?publication?and?the
page?number?where?appropriate,?e.g.?(Pettey,?2014:?101).
At?the?end?of?your?work,?you?must?include?a?complete?list?of?all?the?works?you?have?cited.?This?list?of?references
must?be?arranged?alphabetically?by?author?s?family?name.?Your?tutor?will?teach?you?how?to?write?a?list?of
references?and?the?correct?way?to?reference?different?source?materials,?e.g.?books,?journal?articles,?and?websites.?

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