WRTG 112 is a required course for all students so that is probably one reason you are taking it. However we all have individual backgrounds and goals that affect how we approach a learning experience. Read over the course syllabus and then post your responses tothe followingquestions in two paragraphs: What prior experiences do you have that inform how you approach this class? This could be for example writing experience that you think will either help or hurt you as you work on the academic writing assigned in class. What are some of your aspirations (educational professional or other goals) that you can work toward by taking Introduction to Writing and how might this course help you on your path toward your goals? Which if any of the reasons for taking college courses discussed by Michelle Singletary in Getting to the Real Point of College apply to you?
Writing Assignment ABOUT MYSELF PORTLAND ORGEAN LIKE MAKE WOOD PROJECT GAMER TWO BOYS For your writing assignment youll write a personal essay which can also be referred to as a personal narrative. The essay that you produce must be based solely on your first-hand personal experience(s) told from the first-person point of view and meet the given length requirement of 750 to 2 500 words. This assignment provides information to help you effectively write from a first-person point of view. In short this will be an essay about you. The essay that you write should tell a story that represents who you are to your audience”that is people who dont know you personally. It should be completely original and shouldnt contain any type of research; your story should be told entirely from thoughts and memories. Instead of relying on research to construct your essay youll rely on your own memory and awareness of people and surroundings. This will ensure that your writing is credible ethical and authentic.
Writing Assignment: Genre Write a 500 word essay practicing one of the genres we explored in this weeks lecture. Use one of the writing prompts below to develop your writing assignment. Follow the guidelines in the Explore learning module in developing your essay. Memoir 1. What is one moment where you were afraid to do something but did it anyway? 2. Make a list of every area of expertise you have e.g. writing playing an instrument etc. Then choose one of those areas of expertise and write for about what youve learned. 3. Describe the situation and how you felt the first time you saw the love of your life. 4. Share the story of one time you were betrayed. 5. Have you ever encountered death? Write about your encounter with death and how you experienced it. Review Write a review of a recent book youve read movie youve seen concert youve attended/album youve listened to or product youve purchased. Commentary Write a commentary in response to any current event that youve seen in the media recently. Remember commentaries offer a new angle to an ongoing public conversation. The goal of commentaries is to convince readers that the opinion of the person writing the commentary is more convincing. When writing a commentary it is important to make clear points that are understood easily by readers. At the same time readers of commentaries want to learn something new while figuring out how someone else views an issue or event of interest. Proposal Imagine you would like to see a change made at your school or place of work. Write a proposal to the decision-maker outlining your proposal and how it should be deployed.
Writing Assignment: Research Proposal Letter For this assignment you will write your research proposal letter. You are required to submit only your final draft for this assignment (though we encourage all students to take advantage of the additional feedback a draft can provide). Use the graders feedback and the rubric to make revisions to your draft before submitting the final. Your second draft will be graded. This research proposal letter will be directed to an audience who can create change (Congressperson business administrators or other similar audience.) In the proposal you need to suggest a change or a solution to a current problem. As you have already chosen a topic for your research proposal letter in Topic 6 and conducted an interview that will become one of your sources for this letter you do not need to choose a topic. You must use the same topic that you began researching in Topic 6 and you must use your interview as a source. Your research proposal should be presented in a letter format including the following information: Your mailing address (Note: For privacy reasons you may opt to not disclose your mailing address when you submit your letter to our graders for review; however should you choose to mail your letter to your chosen recipient you will need to include your mailing address as this is a customary business letter practice.) Note that a formal letter does not require your name in the header. Your name will go at the end with your closing. The date you wrote the letter A name and mailing address for the individual to whom you are writing the letter A greeting or salutation A closing and your typed name (Note: A written signature is optional for your submission but should you choose to send your letter you would need to include your written signature between the closing and your typed name.) Scroll to the end of these instructions for an idea of how you should format this assignment. To organize this information follow the format included in the course site in the Assignments area. For your proposal follow this organizational framework: For your researched proposal follow this organizational framework: ¢ Introduction: The Problem Identify the problem including researched information to explain it fully. You may devote more than one paragraph to describe the problem if needed. To determine the extent of the information you must provide about the problem consider the letter recipients understanding of the problem. Body: Your Proposal Explain the specifics of your proposal. What are your solutions to solve this problem step by step? What is the cost? How is this cost incurred? What ideas do you have for funding your proposal? Justify your proposal. How will your proposal solve the problem? Why is this proposal feasible? Concede or refute the counterarguments: Will the letter recipient have certain preconceived ideas about the subject? How can you address these counterarguments without diminishing your argument? Note: You will lose points from the rubric if you do not address the counterargument. Conclusion: Your Argument Take into consideration your chosen audience and his/her interests. Use persuasive techniques to align your proposal to the audiences ideals. You may use more than one concluding paragraph if needed. See the end of this document for more specific information about formatting your letter appropriately. You are required to use source information including ideas you learned from the interview process wherever it will prove your point. In addition to the interview itself you should have at least two other credible sources for a total of at least three sources. Note: If you do not meet the source minimum the rubric will automatically be scored down. Since this is a letter you will use signal phrases (i.e. As Fugle describes¦) and omit parenthetical citations (Fugle). You must include a Works Cited page for this assignment. Good informative signal phrases will be important in order to make sure your sources are credited (example: Fugle a well-known environmental researcher explains the problem by¦). As with all college writing you must include a strong thesis statement and take care to avoid logical fallacies while following the other standards for academic writing. You might use this as a guideline in crafting your thesis: Valley City should (add solution suggestion) which (add how it can be funded) and (add justification) although (add counterargument focus). Here is a more specific example: Valley City should (use its largest abandoned warehouse for a new recreational center to hold before and after-school programs) which (can be conveniently funded by the tax stream that was being used to construct Main Street until this point) and will (provide the final element”housing”in order for local schools to also implement a before-school program( and although (some community members do not believe before- and after-school programs are necessary( they should (review the high number of students apprehended by law enforcement during the hours before and after-school programs would operate). The guidelines for this assignment are as follows: Length: This assignment should be at least 500 words. Format: This assignment has a special format (letter style) so you will not use a typical header Single-spacing with a double-space between paragraphs (see below) Standard 12 point font (Arial TimesNewRoman Calibri) 1 margins on all sides Save the file using one of the following extensions: .docx .doc .rtf or .txt Since this is a formal letter format you will not underline your thesis statement. Please scroll to the next page to see a sample letter format.
Writing for an Audience: Scenario: Imagine that you recently had a car accident and you were partially responsible. Imagine how you might tell the story differently if you were telling your friends about what happened. How might this version be different from the one you tell the insurance company? What details would you emphasize? Are there some details you might tell your friends that you might not emphasize or even mention at all in your letter to the insurance company? Would the order in which you told the various details be different? For this assignment you will write two pieces of correspondence. First a quick text message to your best friend about the car accident. Second a one-page letter to your insurance company. Show that you understand how you would write differently for these two different audiences. At the bottom of the assignment explain what is different and why. What changed for each audience? Submit: 1. Fake text to a friend 2. Letter to your insurance company 3. Short paragraph explaining what changed in your writing depending on the audience Submit as one Word file. This should be roughly 1-2 pages at most.
Writing an essay about: I already did what i want to write about but couldnt finish it due to family issues. please see below and attached Doc: Due Date: 05/16/2021 6pm Austin time Emotional Competence in The Beauty and the beast: Emotional Competence is the ability to understand your feelings express them appropriately and organize your feelings on your own. This important to make us reach our goals while expressing our emotions and make us know how we really feel about things and how to handle them in a right way it is also teaching us how to learn from relationships with others just like how Belle learned from her experience with the beast by them using nonverbal communications Including Ability to interact positively with each others.
Writing Asgmt. 2 DUE: Wednesday 2/10 by 11:59 PM Assignment 2:In writing aboutThe Heroic Slave critic Richard Yarborough notes Black men were viewed as unmanly and otherwise inferior because they were enslaved; at the same time they were often viewed as beasts and otherwise inferior if they rebelled violently.Keeping in mind the (largely female) audience for whom Douglass produced the novel we see that Madison is a man who is also capable of deep and tender emotion. Write aone(1) page paperwith clearly defined terms topic and developed thesis in which you comment onhow he may have been able to circumvent this negative representation of black mens masculinity (as beastly) through his fictional portrayal of Madison Washington. DRAW SPECIFICALLY FROM THE TEXTS.DO NOT REFERENCE OUTSIDE SOURCES(Google Wikipedia student guides encyclopedias dictionaries etc.).DO NOT PLAGIARIZE.Plagiarism results in an F on the paper and the paper and it cannot be re-done.A second instance of plagiarism results in automatic failure of the course. USE STANDARD MLA STYLE(see MLA Style Sheet under Class Information). Alwayscreate your own titlefor your assignment (do not call it Assignment 1 or Frederick Douglass) anddouble-space all writing. Your writing must show that you have properly met the standards of what is considered acceptable for a -level literature course. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that your papers are proof-read before you hand them in. Below is how I break down the points: Clear thesis well-organized supporting points and conclusion:60% Cited adequately and correctly from the texts: 20% Demonstrated writing strength (structure spelling grammar):20%
Writea 700- to 875-word paper examining how various motivational strategies affect employee self-efficacy mastery beliefs and learned helplessness in a selected workplace“either your workplace or one you are familiar with. Includean explanation of the following: Defineself-efficacy mastery beliefs andlearned helplessness. Discuss the organizational efforts to improve performance by addressing self-efficacy mastery beliefs and learned helplessness. Identify how self-efficacy mastery beliefs and learned helplessness affect productivity. Formatyour paper according to APA guidelines. Note: Please double space the body of the text on all assignments.
write and proofread a 5-paragraph essay with a title on one of the three topics below. Read the topics carefully to make sure you know what they are asking you to do. Argue one of the following questions. Should testing be done on animals? Should teachers in public schools be armed with guns? Note: If your position is that they do under what circumstances? Should any limitations exist? Be sure to acknowledge opposing views. 3. At the beginning of the 14th century it was a sin to believe that witches could fly. By the end of the century it was a sin to believe witches couldnt fly. Little over a century ago slavery was popular in the American South. A hundred years from now how will people look back at 2020 with amazement that we were so backward in our thinking? Explain. You will be assessed by how youve addressed the topic as its written and developed a logical thesis giving it sufficient detail “ in well-formed sentences and paragraphs. You will also be graded on how well youve adhered to conventions of grammar punctuation and mechanics.
Write two different introductory paragraphs for this narrative topic. The Negative Effects of Alcohol on Pregnant Women . Remember the introduction should grab the readers attention. Since this topic is a narrative one the thesis may be implied or explicit. Traditionally a thesis should be the last sentence of both paragraphs. make sure to include at least one evidence in each introduction that supports the thesis statement. I need it done in 8 hours.