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How to Find the Right Template to Write a Document for Free
Writing documents can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not sure where to start. Fortunately, there are many free templates available online that can help you get started. Here are some tips on how to find the right template to write a document for free.
The first step in finding the right template is to search online. There are many websites that offer free document templates, so it’s important to take some time to browse through them and find one that best suits your needs. When searching, make sure to look for templates that are easy to use and have all the features you need.
Check Out Professional Templates
If you’re looking for a more professional-looking template, then it’s worth checking out some of the paid options available online. Professional templates often come with more features and customization options than free ones, so they can be worth the investment if you need something more polished and professional-looking.
Look for User Reviews
Finally, it’s always a good idea to read user reviews before downloading any template. This will help you get an idea of how well the template works and if there are any issues or problems with it. Reading user reviews can also give you an insight into how easy or difficult it is to use the template, which can be helpful when trying to decide which one is right for you.
Finding the right template to write a document for free doesn’t have to be difficult. By following these tips, you should be able to find one that meets your needs and helps you create a professional-looking document quickly and easily.
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Writing assignment descriptions.
Evaluation is a key part of teaching. But, when it comes to assignments, what information should you include? How much information is too much? And how can you ensure instructions are clear and concise for students to understand? This teaching tip provides faculty with a checklist for your assignment descriptions at Conestoga College.
Checklist for Assignment Descriptions
Use this checklist to review your assignment descriptions.
- Learning outcomes are specified
- Knowledge, skills, attitudes developed are specified
- Necessary background information
- What needs to be done
- Who is the key audience
- Due date(s)
- Expected length and formatting requirements
- Type of document and writing style
- Rubric (or link)
- Individual, pair, or group assignment
- Late penalty
- Plagiarism detection tools
- Acceptable sources of information
- Supports and references (e.g., links)
- Clear and succinct
- No jargon
- Action verbs with explanations
- Checklist to keep track of assignment steps
- What students should focus on or avoid
- How much time the assignment will take
- Exemplar/walk through example (or link)
- Visible in online/printable document
- Posted in eConestoga
- Class time to discuss
- Coach and support time in class
For some more tips on writing assignments, such as general riders to include in assignments, see this post.
Sara Kafashan, PhD, has worked in post-secondary education since 2009. With a Master’s in Neuroscience and Cognitive Applied Sciences and a PhD in Applied Social Psychology, she has prior teaching experience within the field of Social Sciences. Sara brings a lens of equity, diversity, and inclusion, and a focus on wellness strategies, to teaching and learning. She has expertise in inclusive and accessible educational practices, including curriculum development, resource creation, and engagement with various campus stakeholders.