FORMAT: The very first page has to be a cover page with your name and the name and meeting time of the class in the upper right corner of the page. The actual title of the paper should be more or less centered on the page farther down. The next page is the start of the text. It should begin with an introductory paragraph telling the reader what the paper is about and (briefly) why it is an important enough topic to read about. The meat of the paper then begins with the second paragraph and continues to the end of the second to last paragraph. The final paragraph then summarizes or otherwise wraps up the paper. Unless you are using endnotes, the next page after the end of the text is a “Bibliography” listing the sources you actually used and cited in the paper. If you use endnotes, then the endnotes page (or pages) comes before the Bibliography page (or pages). Each page, other than the cover page, MUST be numbered, preferably in the page X of Y format used here. The cover page is NOT counted in the numbering, especially not for grading purposes.