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Nutritional status assessment lab

Assignment Nutritional status assessment lab

Discuss one of the below Titles

i. Saudi growth charts ii. BIA

1. Finish any necessary reading or research as background

 Be selective: use sources which are relevant and accessible.

 Write notes in your own words.

 Write down quotations that may be particularly useful, but ensure the source of these quotes is acknowledged if they’re used.

 Take note of sources so they can be provided in the bibliography.

2. Brainstorm  Make note of any relevant evidence or quotes that come to mind.

 Use a mind map to help stimulate lateral thinking.

3. Develop an idea that captures the response to the question

 The idea should be a statement that strongly expresses the overall response to the question.

 It will be stated in the introduction. It also needs to be referred to several times in the assignment before restating it and demonstrating how it has been proven in the conclusion.

4. Write the introduction  Open up the discussion.

 Introduce the ideas.

 Name any texts to be discussed, if appropriate.

 Engage the reader.

5. Write the main body  Ensure each point is given a new paragraph.

 Use words or phrases at the start of each paragraph that will indicate to the reader how it relates to the previous paragraph, eg, ‘however’, ‘in addition’, ‘nevertheless’, ‘moreover’.

 Start each paragraph with a topic sentence that clearly links the paragraph to the rest of the subject.

 Provide supporting evidence for each point that you make.

 Revisit the ideas you made, and express it in different ways if possible to emphasize how the question is being addressed.

6. Write the conclusion  Summaries the main ideas.

 Finish with an interesting or thought-provoking, but relevant, comment.

7. Edit the draft  Check for spelling, punctuation and grammar.

 Delete any sections that are not particularly relevant.

 Change vocabulary to improve expression.

 Present a clean, neat copy.

8. Harvard referencing  Reference Lists are located at the end of the work and display full

citations for sources used in the assignment.

 Here is an example of a full citation for a book found in a Harvard Reference list:

 Fitzgerald, F. (2004). The great Gatsby. New York: Scribner.

 Generally, Harvard Reference List citations follow this format:

 Last name, First Initial. (Year published). Title. City: Publisher, Page(s).

 Start your reference list on a new page.

 Type the word References, centered, at the top of the page.

 Double space all references.

Policy: Number of pages: a minimum of 9 and do not exceed 15 pages.

Margins: Set margins of 2.54 cm on all sides (top, bottom, left, right). Font size and type: Use a 16-point Times New Roman Line spacing: Double-space throughout the paper. Alignment: Align the text flush left, creating uneven right margin. Paragraph indentation: Indent the first line of each paragraph 5-7 spaces (use the tab key). Pagination: Use a header to insert page numbers in the upper right hand corner on every page of your assignment. Headings: Headings are used to organize the document Main headings: Centered, boldface, uppercase and lowercase heading (title case) Subheadings: Flush left, boldface, uppercase and lowercase heading (title case)

Due Date: March 30, 2016, any students who submits her assignment after the due date will not be accepted and the assignment mark will be deducted

 

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