Talk:Comparative law and justice/China
You are doing well so far! You've found lots of good resources for your Wiki and are a bit ahead, which is great. Here are some suggestions as you go forward:
- Be sure that all your references are complete, rather than just being URLs.
- While direct quotes are fine--and certainly help you avoid copyright violations--you probably should try to rewrite most of what you have to say in your own words. Otherwise, what you've created is more of a patchwork rather than a document you yourself wrote.
- Do be sure before you submit the final draft that you've proofread and edited.
- You might want to add subheadings to some sections. While images are not required, your wiki might be improved by the inclusion of a map, a flag, etc.
*Where your text is in a box like this
it is because you have a few spaces or a tab before the line beings--delete that and things should improve
- Spend some time with the grading rubric at the end of the Wiki assignment handout to make sure you are doing everything you need to be doing; of particular interest in your case is that you will need to consider the differences between what China says is going on and what really goes on within the country.
Keep up the good work! Mlarthur 01:17, 18 March 2010 (UTC)