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.
You need to be able to tell the reader (me!) what it is you’re going to say and why. Pay close attention to how you organize your essay. Do you make sense? Read your answer before handing it in to make sure it’s readable.
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. Remember the paragraph on page 253 is point by point. WHOLE BY WHOLE: Here you would first present all the points of comparison or contrast for one subject and be done with that one subject. Then, you would use a strong transition to move from Subject 1 to Subject 2 where you would present all the points for the second. The choice is yours, but once you decide on a format, you must stick to it throughout the essay.
Before you read any further you may wish to read this unit on essay and report writing skills. For all TMAs and the EMA we have provided further guidance notes at the end of each respective assessment. Any material from B122 or other article sources that you include in your assessments should be appropriately referenced. Any work that is cited and not referenced could be considered as an act of plagiarism. Read the document Preparing assessments – guidance on word limits, plagiarism and referencing for guidance.
• What is your personal interest in investigating this topic? • What benefits will readers gain from reading your essay? • What is your preliminary, working thesis statement? When you write your proposal, do not simply list and answer the questions above one after the other. Rather, write the proposal in developed paragraph format.
Instructions and details of the assignment are included. ENG 130 Week 4 Individual Assignment Persuasive Essay Outline Complete a formal one- to two-page outline that follows the structure indicated under the section Formal Outlines in Ch. 1 ofA Writer’s Workshop. It should clearly state your thesis, indicate all the major subdivisions of your planned essay in a way that shows their logical relationship, and indicate the planned supporting evidence. Refer to the University of Phoenix Material: Persuasive Essay to develop the persuasive essay formal outline ENG 130 Week 5 DQ How do you create coherence in your writing style?
| | | |You must also quote Barry 2-3 times in your essay. But don’t just “dump” his words into your essay. Please use a signal phrase and MLA | |parenthetical page references with your quotes, as shown on your handouts in your book, to insert his voice smoothly and accurately. 1. Set | |up the quote.
Procedure Your assessor will provide you with a text file, ‘MACVILLE Disciplinary Dismissal Policy’, for use in Step 3 of this procedure. 1. Review the scenario provided above. 2. Develop a one-page style guide outlining the standards for designing policy and procedure documents. The style guide should: a. ensure format of documents is appropriate to purpose and intended audience for document b. displays information in a way that enhances readability c. outline how documents should be named and stored d. address: i. font ii.
“Muscle Reading is a three-phase technique you can use to extract the ideas and information” (Ellis, 2009, p. 128) you need from your article to write your expository essay. How do I know what information I need you may ask? Remember what information you brainstormed and identified as important to your audience and specific information included in your thesis statement. This is the information you need to gather from your resource(s). Complete the following worksheet to assist you with this.
* Include your name, date, and course number in the upper left-hand corner. * Create an original title. * Make sure that you have a strong, argumentative thesis statement that clearly lays out what you will discuss in your paper. * Use the scholarly tone for writing a formal paper. * Include proper MLA citations and Works Cited page * Submit the paper as a hardcopy in a folder in addition to turning it in through D2L.