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Question;Academic;Writing MOD 1;Case;Assignment;After viewing ?An Education in;Equality,? ?Learning Begins at Home,? ?A Military Education,? and ?an;Education,? write an organized and well-supported essay in which you make three;observations about education and what impacts (and enhances) student learning.;Consider impacts and influences such as parenting, home life, society, race;technology, ethnicity, socioeconomics, etc.A well-organized essay has a beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning;or introduction, should include an opening sentence to grab your reader?s;attention. Follow the opening sentence with a brief background on the topic or;situation. In this case, it might be the state of education today. The last;sentence of the introduction is the thesis statement.The thesis states the;main point of the essay, which in this case, would be what impacts/influences;student learning.;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Will you have a paragraph for each;impact or enhancement? Will you divide the body of your paper into three;paragraphs, one for each impact? In any case, each body paragraph must support;(explain) your reasoning (rationale) using specific details. Each body;paragraph must begin with a topic sentence that states the main point of the;paragraph.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression that;connects the reader to their world. You may wish to offer suggestions to reader;about what makes for exceptional student learning.;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined;based on the Module 1 Case expectations and the Trident University General;Education rubric for English found in the course syllabus.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;The first person "I" is;not used in a formal essay, nor is the passive "you." In place of;you," "one" may be used.;No secondary sources are to be used;in the process of writing this first paper, it is to be entirely written based;on one's point of view and supported with body points and details. If referring;to any of the videos, be sure to provide the source in the first instance.;Assignment;Expectations;Write an essay (no less than;three pages in length) that states an original thesis statement on what;impacts/influences student learning.Demonstrate the ability to;write clearly and cohesively when expressing one?s ideas and/or intended;purpose.Demonstrate the ability to;clearly state and support a thesis in an organized and cohesive essay.Module 1 - SLP;Academic;Writing;?Future Vision? asks the viewer, ?In;5-10 years, how will people get things done at work, at home, and on the go??;After watching the concept video, write an organized and well-supported essay;in which you make three observations on the future of productivity. Do you;believe the future is optimistic? Or are we headed in a negative direction.;What will we be gaining? Losing? Will our children have it better than we did?;Worse?;A well-organized essay has a;beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include;an opening sentence to grab your reader?s attention. Follow the opening;sentence with a brief background on the topic or situation. In this case, it;might be the role of technology today. The last sentence of the introduction;is the thesis statement.The thesis states the main point of the essay;which in this case, would be the positive and/or negative future of;productivity.;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Will you have a paragraph for each;positive or negative? Will you divide the body of your paper into three;paragraphs, one for each point? In any case, each body paragraph must support;(explain) your reasoning (rationale) using specific details. Each body;paragraph must begin with a topic sentence that states the main point of the;paragraph.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression that;connects the reader to their world. You may wish to offer suggestions to reader;about ?the future? and where society may be headed.;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined;based on the Module 1 SLP expectations and the Trident University General;Education rubric for English found in the course syllabus.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;The first person "I" is;not used in a formal essay, nor is the passive "you." In place of;you," "one" may be used.;No secondary sources are to be used;in the process of writing this first paper, it is to be entirely written based;on one's point of view and supported with body points and details. If referring;to the video, be sure to provide the source in the first instance.;SLP;Assignment Expectations;Write an essay (no less than;three pages in length) that states an original thesis statement on the;future of productivity.Demonstrate the ability to;write clearly and cohesively when expressing one?s ideas and/or intended;purpose.Demonstrate the ability to;clearly state and support a thesis in an organized and cohesive essay.Module 2 - Case;Argumentation;Case;Assignment;Reflecting on the seven;gender-related videos for Module 2, write a well-organized and well-supported;essay in which you help challenge society?s limiting gender narratives.;A well-organized essay has a beginning;middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include an opening;sentence to grab your reader?s attention. Follow the opening sentence with a;brief background on the topic or situation. In this case, it would be an;explanation of gender roles, stereotypes, myths, and/or controls in society;today. The last sentence of the introduction is the thesis statement. The;thesis states the main point of the essay, which in this case, would be a;statement affirming what needs to be done to limit gender narratives in society;today.;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Will you have a paragraph for each;change? Will you divide the body of your paper into three or more paragraphs;one for each point? In any case, each body paragraph must support (explain);your reasoning (rationale) using specific details. Each body paragraph must;have a topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression that;connects the reader to their world. In this case, where is our society headed?;Is it too late for change?;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined;based on the Module 2 Case expectations and the Trident University General;Education rubric for English.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;The first person "I" is;not used in a formal essay, nor is the passive "you." In place of;you," "one" may be used.;No secondary sources are to be used;in the process of writing this first paper, it is to be entirely written based;on one's point of view and supported with body points and details.;Assignment;Expectations;Write an essay (no less than;three pages in length) that states an original thesis statement that;challenges society?s limiting gender narratives.Demonstrate the ability to make;and support an Argumentative claim in a well supported, organized, and;cohesive essay.Module 2 - SLP;Argumentation;The Module 2 SLP is an Argumentative;essay in which the writer takes a stance on technology and children and;provides three or more supporting points as support.;After reflecting on ?The Impact of;Technology on the Developing Child? and ?Is the Internet Hurting;Children?" write a well-organized and well-supported essay on technology;and children.;A well-organized essay has a;beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include;an opening sentence to grab your reader?s attention. Follow the opening;sentence with a brief background on the topic or situation. In this case, it;would be brief summary on technology and children today. The last sentence of;the introduction is the thesis statement. The thesis states the main point of;the essay, which in this case, would be a statement affirming the impact of;technology on children today.;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Will you have one or two paragraphs;for each supporting point? Will you divide the body of your paper into three or;more paragraphs, one for each point? In any case, each body paragraph must;support (explain) your reasoning (rationale) using specific details. Each body;paragraph must have a topic sentence that states the main point of the;paragraph, which in this case would be each supporting point.;This essay;must include no less than FOUR citations from these two readings.Citations are to be a combination of;direct quotations and paraphrased quotations with or without the author's name.;No others sources are to be used for this assignment.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression that;connects the reader to their world. In this case, where do we go from here?;The essay must also include a;Reference List that includes the two readings quoted in the essay.;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined;based on the Module 2 SLP expectations and the Trident University General;Education rubric for English.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;The first person "I" is;not used in a formal essay, nor is the passive "you." In place of;you," "one" may be used.;SLP;Assignment Expectations;Write an essay (no less than three;pages in length) that states an original thesis statement on technology;and children.Demonstrate the ability to make;and support an Argumentative claim in a well-supported, organized, and;cohesive essay.Demonstrate the ability to;select credible and reliable sources for use in a well-supported and;cohesive essay.Demonstrate the ability to;write a direct quote, paraphrased, or summary citation in APA Style.Module 3 - Case;mULTI-sOURCE;aCADEMIC wRITING;Case;Assignment;Write a well-organized and;well-supported essay with an original thesis based on the five readings and one;video for Module 3. The essay must include no less than SIX citations;from these readings and/or video.;A well-organized essay has a;beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include;an opening sentence to grab your reader?s attention. Follow the opening;sentence with a brief background on the topic or situation. In this case, it;would be an explanation of the ?me? society we live in today. The last sentence;of the introduction is the thesis statement. The thesis states the main point;of the essay.;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Each body paragraph must have a;topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph.;This essay;must include no less than SIX citations from these readings and/or video.Citations are to be a combination of;direct quotations and paraphrased quotations with or without the author's name.;No others sources are to be used for this assignment.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression that;connects the reader to their world. In this case, where do we go from here?;The essay must also include a;Reference List that includes the readings and/or video quoted in the essay.;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined;based on the Module 3 Case expectations and the Trident University General;Education rubric for English.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;The first person "I" is;not used in a formal essay, nor is the passive "you." In place of;you," "one" may be used.;Assignment;Expectations;Write an argumentative essay;(no less than three pages in length) that states an original thesis;statement on the ?me? culture.Demonstrate the ability to make;and support an Argumentative claim in a well-supported, organized, and;cohesive essay.Demonstrate an understanding of;information literacy and the ability to locate, retrieve, evaluate;analyze, and use information.Module 3 - SLP;mULTI-sOURCE;aCADEMIC wRITING;Create an Annotated Bibliography;using three of the readings and/or video assigned for Module 3.;Below is a sample of an Annotated;Bibliography entry for one source. The entry includes the source (in APA;Style) followed by two paragraphs: 1) a summary of the source and 2) a;reflection on how the source will be used in one's own research;Annotated;Bibliography;Stanhope, H. (2010, August 11). How;low can you go: living on minimum-wage in America. American Living, 1;63+.;This article explains the author's experiential research in which she attempts;to ascertain whether it is currently possible for an individual to live on a;minimum wage in America. After shadowing a waitress, a maid in a cleaning;service, and a Walmart sales employee for six months, Stanhope summarizes her;experiences and reflects on her findings, including the individuals;relationships with fellow workers and their financial struggles.;While my paper addresses single parenting, Stanhope's article is especially;effective in the portion of my essay that addresses employment. One of my;supporting points addresses the difficulty single parents? face as they attempt;to balance rearing a family while providing financially. Specific quotes from;the workers who were shadowed will provide support for my points through real;life examples. Further, Stanhope provides scholarly research on the economy and;the rising cost of living in America today, which also lends support and;credibility to my thesis.;SLP;Assignment Expectations;Demonstrate the ability to;create an Annotated BibliographyModule 4 - CasepERSUASIVE;wRITING;Case;Assignment;NOTE: It is suggested that students;complete the Module 4 SLP before completing the Case.;Module 4 Case is a Persuasive essay;in which the writer encourages the reader to give in some way to a worthy cause.;The writer must first select a licensed not-for-profit organization with a web;presence before identifying a specific audience and appeal(s). Please note that;giving comes in all shapes and sizes and not just financial contributions.;A significant part of persuasive;writing is appeal. Various appeals in your essay may be used to encourage your;target audience to act. It may be helpful to imagine you're writing a;persuasive speech in which you must capture your audience's attention, reel;them in with specific details (and appeals), and then seal the deal with the;close in which you leave them with a lasting impression.;As always, a well-organized essay;has a beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should;include an opening sentence to grab your reader?s attention. Follow the opening;sentence with a brief background on the organization or cause. The last;sentence of the introduction is the thesis statement. The thesis statement;would likely be the ways in which your reader can ?give.?;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Each body paragraph must have a;topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph.Perhaps each;paragraph could explain in detail the specific ways to give.;This essay;must include no less than SIX citations from the organization?s website.Citations are to be a combination of;direct quotations and paraphrased quotations with or without the author's name.;Additional sources may be used for this assignment, though not required.;Please note that copying information word-for-word from a website is;plagiarism. It is important that you use the information and cite accordingly.;Plagiarism is a serious offense and grounds for failure. Please ask any;questions before submitting questionable work.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression. This;might be a great place to explain to your reader the value of giving as well as;provide contact information to get involved.;The essay must also include a;Reference List that includes the website used (as well as others, if;applicable).;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined;based on the Module 4 Case expectations and the Trident University General;Education rubric for English.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;While the;first person "I" is not typically used in a formal essay, it may be;used if you have a personal connection to the organization as credibility can;be an effective tool in persuasion.;Assignment;Expectations;Write a persuasive essay (no;less than three pages in length) that encourages the reader to ?give.?Demonstrate the ability to make;and support a Persuasive claim in a well-supported, organized, and;cohesive essay.Demonstrate an understanding of;audience appeals and the ability to use appeals effectively in persuading;the reader.Module 4 - SLP;pERSUASIVE;wRITING;Create a Formal Outline for the;Essay assigned as Module 4 Case.;SLP;Assignment Expectations;Demonstrate the ability to;create a formal outline for a multi-source Academic Essay.Module 5 - Case;mULTI-sOURCE;aCADEMIC wRITING;Case;Assignment;NOTE: It is suggested that students;complete the Module 5 SLP before completing the Case.;Module 5 Case is a multi-source;Argumentative essay in which the writer addresses peanut allergies - causes and;solutions. For this essay students must locate three credible and reliable;sources.;In preparing one's essay, consider;the following questions: Why have peanut allergies surfaced over the past few;years? Does a school have the right to ban peanuts for all students? A medical;point of view? What modifications can/should be made in the workplace and;educational setting? What does this allergy reveal about our society from a;social point of view? These are just a few ideas to consider as you begin to;formulate your position on this topic.;A well-organized essay has a;beginning, middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include;an opening sentence to grab your reader?s attention. Follow the opening;sentence with a brief background on the recent peanut allergy epidemic. The;last sentence of the introduction is the thesis statement. The thesis statement;would likely state that the paper will address causes of and solutions for;peanut allergies.;A well-supported essay includes;supporting points, details, and examples. For this essay, you must decide the;best way to organize the body of the paper. Each body paragraph must have a;topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph.Perhaps each;paragraph could explain in detail the specific ways to give.;This essay;must include THREE sources (found by the student) and no less than EIGHT total;citations from these three sources.Citations are to be a combination of direct quotations and;paraphrased quotations with or without the author's name.;The conclusion typically summarizes;the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression. Where do;we go from here?;The essay must also include a;Reference List that includes all sources used.;Be sure to proofread your essay and;edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as;errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined based;on the Module 5 Case expectations and the Trident University General Education;rubric for English.;Papers must be double-spaced in;Times or Times New Roman font (12 cpi) with standard one-inch margins.;Assignment;Expectations;Write an argumentative essay;(no less than four pages in length) that states an original thesis;statement on the peanut allergy epidemic.Demonstrate the ability to make;and support an Argumentative claim using multiple secondary sources.Demonstrate the ability to;create a formal References List in APA Style for a multi-source Academic;Essay.Module 5 SLPmULTI-sOURCE aCADEMIC wRITINGCreate a Formal Outline for the Essay assigned as Module 5 Case.Assignment ExpectationsDemonstrate the ability to create a formal outline for a multi-source Academic Essay.

 

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