|Use one of the three active reading methods to read the essay for this assignment. Submit all your notes. If you use | | | |the Reading Inventory or SQ4R method, see Note 1 above. For those steps usually done “in your head” (such as | | | |“recite”), note briefly what you did in the step. If you use a Reading Inventory, when you reach
Bring two copies of the essay with you to class and post a copy to the page of the course Blackboard site. ● HW7 -- Two parts. Part 1, Create a bullet list of the following from a journal article you found: key words, key phrases, key ideas Part 2, Create a properly formatted works cited page entry for the article. SATURDAY, 03/16 ● Quiz 7 9 FRI 03/22 ● RW – “Supporting a thesis,” p.460-64 ● BB – AB Chapter 8, "Writing the Exploratory Essay" ● BB – Exploratory Essay Assignment ● Discuss the Exploratory Essay ● Workshop discussion points for Exploratory Essay assignment ● Peer Review 3 ● HW8 – Create and evaluative bibliography entry for the HW7 journal article SATURDAY, 03/23 ● Quiz 8 10 FRI 03/29 NO CLASS SPRING BREAK 29 MARCH – 7 APRIL 2013 11 FRI 04/05
3, 4, 7, or 8 of A Writer’s Workshop. Or, you may cluster, ask and answer questions, brainstorm, list, or engage in a focused free-write. Focus your prewriting exercises on developing the Comparison and Contrast OR Classification Essay due in Week Three. You have two goals for these prewriting exercises: First, you must practice these individual techniques so you will have mastery of them for future essays. Second, you must generate material for the specific Comparison and Contrast OR Classification essay you are developing.
Use the “Explaining Relationships Essay Thesis & Outline Template” to complete the assignment. 3. Review “The Writing Process” media piece for instruction on how to develop a thesis statement and outline. 4. Your outline should be a paragraph-by-paragraph breakdown of your paper to help you clarify its structure. 5.
Please try to use an “although” clause to form your thesis. | | | |Your body paragraphs may build upon or respond to what Barry has already shown, but consider using the second paragraph to sincerely | |demonstrate your knowledge of an opposing view. At least one of your body paragraphs must feature your own unique supporting example. Sketch| |a rough outline for each paragraph. | | | |You must also quote Barry 2-3 times in your essay.
As with all essays, you begin the development of this essay by generating lots of ideas. You may make one column in which you identify the points of comparison, another column in which you identify the points of contrast. Please refer to the bottom of page 254 and the top to middle of page 255 for an example. ORGANIZATION: POINT BY POINT OR WHOLE TO WHOLE I mentioned earlier that you may choose to organize your essay in a point-by-point format or in a whole-to-whole format. POINT BY POINT: In this format, you will first compare or contrast one point between two subjects and then move to the next point of comparing or contrasting between the two subjects.
Critique Paper On Why Evolution Is True XYZ University Abstract This paper is a reflection upon each of the themes of the chapters in Jerry Coynes’ book, Why Evolution is True. It will include reflections on my understanding of what Evolution is and what it is not. It will include my personal opinion related to the concept of evolution. It will also include my philosophical reflections as well as my demonstration of my scientific understanding of evolution. Critique Paper On Why Evolution Is True What is evolution and is it determined to be true?
b) Record the topic sentences in each of the “Topic Sentence” sections under the “Support for Thesis” headings in the outline below. c) Your topic sentences should support your thesis and provide transitions between the paragraphs. 3) Write at least three details for each topic sentence. d) These details should provide support for the topic sentence. (Review the example outline below) 4) Write a concluding sentence under the “Conclusion” heading in the outline below.
• You may take your essay home to prepare the final copy. • The final copy is to be written in blue or black ink or typed and to be double-spaced. • Include any drafts and planning sheets with your final copy. Please place your final copy on top. • You may use a dictionary and/or a thesaurus to assist you in your writing.
You may elect to print out your article and do a first reading that uses strategies such as underlining, annotation, summarizing, and exploratory writing to make sure you understand the basic arguments. Go back to any sections that need clarification. On a second reading, start to pay attention to what Gawande is doing. You may want to outline the writing and describe the writer’s strategy. Notice how Gawande uses facts and personal experience (in most texts) to support claims, as well as other types of evidence.