Running head: OSTEOPORSIS 1
Wayne County Community College District
Biology 240 Anatomy and Physiology
Dr. Althea M. Brown
October 21, 2020
Instructions: The articles should be referenced in APA Style Current Edition (#7) and Google Purdue Owl Tutorial for examples). Summary: There are four pages and they are as follows: the first page is the title page, the second
page is the body of the paper and centers the entire title of the paper, the third page is the presentation page, and the fourth page is the reference page (two references).
The paper should be in Time Romans, 12 Front (also the heading, and Double Space.
The title page should have the following information: a short title of the paper
in the left-hand corner as a Running head (e. g. Running head:
OSTEOPOROSIS) after the title page do not insert the words Running head
(e.g. Short title only: OSTEOPOROSIS and no words) the right-hand corner is
where you insert the page number.
Go down 7 spaces (approximately) from the top (see the sample paper on Purdue Owl Tutorial,
center a full title of your Article Review Paper ( e.g. Osteoporosis Disease), center your name,
the school’s name, the course, the instructor’s name, and the date (all in APA). Papers are due
on time and if turned in late the student will receive a letter grade of zero (0).
The full title is centered on page 2 only. The second page does not have the word Running head,
but it does have the short title in the left-hand corner.
The Article Summary Reviews are due 7th and 13th weeks (see dates on
schedule). The following rubric will be used to score your paper. Each
student will choose two articles in a lay, scientific, or professional journal, or
the internet related to a topic covered in the course (Anatomy and/or
Physiology) related to the student’s life or family member (use your own
words) and attached the article to the paper. Type a one-page paper in four
paragraphs and analysis of the material presented in the articles. The first
paragraph is the introduction. The second paragraph needs to be a summary
of the article’s similarities and differences (in your own words). The third
paragraph should discuss something useful discovered and how this
information may be incorporated into your life (in your own words). The
fourth paragraph is the conclusion.
The third page is in presentation format.
Instructions: Paste PowerPoint slides on this page.
Author, A. A. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume #(issue #), pp–pp.
Author, A. (Year). Title of book. Publisher.
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year). Title of book. Publisher.
Author, A. (Year). Title of work. In A. Editor & B. Editor (Eds.), Title of anthology. Publisher.
https://non-database-URL (Original work published date)
Director, A. (Director). (Year). Title of film [Description, e.g. Motion picture]. Production
. The fourth Page is the reference page.
. Summary: There are four pages and they are as follows: the first page is the
title page, the second page is the body of the paper and center the entire title
of the paper, the third page is the presentation page, and the fourth page is the
reference page (two references).