|This assignment has 2 PARTS. |
THE FIRST PART IS NOTES
THE SECOND PART IS THE ESSAY
The notes have to be broken down into 3 Parts
Part One: Chapter 23 page 568-598 For Every article. I need 6 bullets which can be paraphrases or citations that you will then use in the Essay
Part Two: Chapter 23 page 599-637 For Every Article, I need 6 bullets which can be paraphrases or citations that you will then use in the essay
Part Three: Chapter 23 page 637-656 For Every Article, I need 6 bullets which can be paraphrases or citations that you will then use in the essay
The essay has to be 5 PAGES double SPACED and Include a Work Cited Page. IT MUST HAVE AN INTRODUCTION WITH A THESIS , A CONCLUSION, AND AT LEAST 3 BODY PARAGRAPHS AND A WORK CITED. THE WORK CITED MUST BE BASED ON THE CHAPTER 23 READINGS OF THE TEXTBOOK “EVERYTHING IS AN ARGUEMENT” WHICH I HAVE ATTACHED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE It has to be based on the Chapter 23 Readings. Please see below.
|Instructions: Your week eight essay is due on Sunday at the end of week eight (at midnight) see syllabus. Follow the step by step instructions in this section, by doing each assignment.|
|[removed][removed]Prompt:Write an essay in which you compare and contrast bilingualism in America as experienced by at least four of the individuals whose lives, real or fictional, are recounted in this chapter. This essay may employ aspects of factual, definitional, evaluative and causal arguments. Try to keep your essay impersonal. Use impersonal pronouns (he, she, it…) and avoid your personal experiences for the body of the essay. In the conclusion, you may make reference to your personal experiences. If you choose to do so, you may use the first person “I” in the conclusion. Instructions:Write a four to five page essay in which you support your thesis based on this prompt.Include at least one element of ethos, one of pathos and one of logos. Highlight those elements so that I can easily pick them out. (Yellow for ethos, pink for pathos and blue for logos). Make sure the text is in black so that I can see it.Highlight your thesis in yellow as well. Make sure you thesis states the subject, focus and a point of view (make it impersonal).Use the four readings from the text to support your argument and any outside sources as well. Use proper in text citations of readings,and cite the readings on your works cited page.Use MLA format for in-text citations, the works cited page (which is not counted in the page count), and the general format of the paper (font, spacing, headings…)Proofread your paper for grammar, spelling, punctuation, coherence…|
Check your essay against the following rubric questions:
Is it the correct number of pages? (works cited is not included in count)
Are the in-text citations MLA formatted?
Is the works cited page MLA formatted?
Is the paper MLA formatted?
Is the thesis well constructed?
Do the thesis and body paragraphs answer the prompt?
Are there quotes and paraphrases from the required readings in the essay to support statements? (at least one quote per reading)
Is the paper logical and coherent?
Is the paper relatively error free? (grammar, spelling…)