Quality of Writing - Written work shows superior graduate quality in verbal expression, attention to detail, and correct application of the conventions of the English language. In students’ written work, paragraphing is appropriate with clear thesis statements and supporting details. Sentences are clear and concise. Students vary sentence structure making use of subordinate clauses. Transitional words and phrases are used effectively.
Begin your writing here: Student Expectations Exemplary (16-20 points) Overall the comparison between pieces is of high quality and demonstrates a strong understanding of expository prose. The student identifies more than three ways in which the chosen piece is similar, and three ways in which it is different, from the other pieces. The student demonstrates complete command of the concepts introduced in the topic and cites several examples from the literature when making his or her points. Satisfactory (11-15 points) Overall the comparison between pieces is of average quality and shows basic understanding of expository prose. The student identifies at least three ways in which the chosen piece is similar, and three ways in which it is different, from the other pieces.
Kristy Everett Ms.Burns-6th PAP English-II 14 May, 2012 Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death,” is a short story about a prince who invites a thousand of his “lighthearted friends” to a masked ball, while the rest of his kingdom is dying from a plague. When the narrator describes seven different colored chambers in the prince’s castle, suddenly a stranger appears described as the Red Death. Prospero becomes angry that someone with such little humor would join his masque ball. At once the Prince orders the guest to remove his mask, but no one dares to go near him. The Prince then chases the stranger through six of the seven chambers, but when the masked stranger approaches and enters the seventh chamber, which is the black room, he falls dead upon the floor.
There were four main parts to the films structure. First, Xanadu and its magnificence, Kane’s career, then Thatcher’s confrontation with Kane the first time in the snow and lastly, the chronological account of Kane’s life. The story was told from many different points of view. 2. Plot (story) The main part in the story was searching for “Rosebud” the last words spoken by Kane.
I believe that I succeed in these areas because they are things that I am interested. I understand the parts of speech and and I find it easy to memorized places and dates. I Passed my literature class with a grade in the 90’s and my social studies class with a grade in the 80’s. 16. Discuss the subjects with which you had difficulties. What factors do you believe contributed to your difficulties?
Hero’s Journey essay Medium Assessment You are to write a literary essay on your pre-chosen hero’s journey story from the summer list. The length of this essay must be between 700 – 1000 words. The question is: Many stories follow the archetype of the hero’s journey, discuss your hero’s journey and how he/she follows 3 aspects of the archetype hero’s journey to illuminate a theme present within the novel. . The first thing that YOU MUST DO IS CHOOSE a theme that exists within the novel and then what three aspects of the hero’s journey you will focus on to support this theme.
The Enduring Appeal of Agatha Christie Analysis An effective essay is well-organized and carries the information in the order that helps the readers understand and enjoy the work. I believe the essay, “The Enduring Appeal of Agatha Christie”, demonstrates a well-written and effective essay for it follows the order of writing an essay; the introduction, the body and the conclusion and each step are quite detailed. The essay has a good introduction. The information in the introduction follows the example, “a triangle standing on its point,” suggested earlier in the unit. It means that the writer should work his or her information from general to specific; and it is true for this essay, because as we can see the general idea, being how people enjoy “mystery stories”, is brought up right in the beginning and then the writer makes his way to the specific, being why he believes Agatha Christie appeals the most by listing his reasons, “strong characters, her interesting settings, and her strong morality.” The body of the essay is well-written.
He earned a "B+" average for the course. In general, he is organized, completes all assignments in a timely manner, and participates actively in class. Leonardo presents as a responsible, mature person, interacting well with both adults and peers. In this course, Leonard read short stories from the text book and HSPA prep materials on the eleventh grade reading level. He has also read the plays The Crucible and The Glass Menagerie.
Personal Response Background The aim of paper 2 is to assess the student’s ability to communicate accurately in writing for a variety of purposes. It requires the student to demonstrate his or her productive skills. HL paper 2 is divided into two sections. Section A (250–400 words): Based on the options—customs and traditions, cultural diversity, health, leisure, science and technology Section B (150–250 words): Based on the core—social relationships, communication and media, global issues In section B, the student writes a reasoned argument in response to a stimulus text dealing with a topic linked to the core. The text could be a news report or a comment by a public figure.