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If you get an outline of your paper from your professor, make sure that your outline is more than just the main points of your paper. If not, you should probably try to figure out how you would go about writing the paper by reading some of the examples of other papers.

If you are writing your paper on someone else’s topic, do your best to make a point about the topic. If you are writing a paper on a complex topic, make sure that you are able to adequately address the topic in your paper. If you have never written on the topic, look for a different assignment so you may do more reading. If you have written on the topic before, make sure that you are adding new and relevant information to the subject. If the assignment explicitly states that your paper is to be critical in nature, make sure that you are really able to do so.

Book cover of A Short Guide to Writing About Korea, by Belinda Montiel, published in 2015. This Short Guide provides a conceptual introduction to writing about the Korean nation and people. With a focus on academic and professional writers, the book provides guidance on research, writing, editing, publishing, and classroom presentation. The book is divided into five parts. The first part examines the terms, methods, and resources of writing about Korea. The second part provides guidance on selecting and writing about a particular discipline. The third part focuses on specific themes including history, literature, culture, and art. The fourth part suggests strategies for including a country in a discipline. The final part includes suggestions for classroom and conference presentations.

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Imagine that you have been offered tenure-track position in an American university. You are excited by the prospect of having the time to work on special interest projects, and you are excited about your choice of schools because it is one of the best schools you have applied to. You have many questions about the tenure-track process, what will be expected from you, what will you need to accomplish during your first years, and what do they know about you that you don’t know? You will also need to familiarize yourself with the teaching schedule and requirements in your department. Are you excited to teach a variety of courses or will you need to select courses that interest you the most? (Probably the latter.) You will have to do extensive reading and writing for the job search. You will also need to participate in departmental meetings, seek out departmental faculty, and learn the quirks of the departments with which you will be associated. Are you okay with this job description? If not, is it something that can be changed? How will you learn about yourself and your personality? How will you prepare yourself to take advantage of the opportunities that the university will be offering you?