What is this essay about?
In this academic essay, you will analyze the course materials using the mode of compare and contrast, meaning to show the similarities and differences:
You may choose to explore either of the following topics:
Your top transfer institutions (what universities are you considering applying to) JUST PICK ANY UNIVERSITIES IN WA or CA, thats where im from-military brat
**Ultimately, remember that this writing mode is not about simply listing out similarities and differences, but exploring them to prove an important point. These are topics which should matter deeply, for this assignment provides the opportunity for you to get meaningful information to inform a pretty important decision you’ll make in your future.
How should I start this assignment?
First, study the Comparison Contrast lesson in OWL: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/713/02/ (Links to an external site.)
The specific points of comparison and contrast are up to you to decide (any ideas brought up in discussion forums are absolutely usable for this writing assignment). Be sure to consider these options carefully; write some preliminary notes on several of potential combinations to see which will suit you best as well as which of the ideas you are able to develop fully.
Further, choose ideas that have enough of a basis to be used in a comparison and contrast essay and that you select claims about which you are able to provide sufficient textual support.
Employ one or both of the comp/cont organizational strategies presented; whichever organization you select, keep a relative balance between subjects that will shed light fairly equally on both works or concepts.
How long does this essay have to be?
The finished essay should be 5-7** pages in length and formatted as follows: properly headed; double spaced throughout; 12 point, Times New Roman font; 1-inch margins; no extra spacing.
Remember, using the proper, assigned format says a lot about a student’s level of professionalism. If any of the formatting specifications are not met upon submission, I will alter the submission to meet them; if this causes the essay to not meet the required minimum length, the work is subject to the following course policy:
Please remember the Complete Work policy.
Do I have to use documented support in this essay? Yes.
Support: Be sure to use properly-documented quotes and paraphrase from the sources you identified in the research process about which you are writing to lend support to your claims.
Documentation: Because textual support is mandatory, this essay must utilize in-text documentation and include a Works Cited page. You had the opportunity to practice and receive feedback on your practice in the MLA quiz. Now is the time to put those skills to work. Remember that the WC is never included in the page count.
What are some other aspects of this essay assignment I should focus on?
Use the lesson Academic Essay Standards: AES.doc
Structure: The Academic Essay should include a fully-developed introductory paragraph in which the thesis is housed.
The thesis must be a clear statement that establishes a claim that needs to be proven; the introductory paragraph must provide a context to get the reader set to read the essay. Be sure to mention the author’s name and the title of the book in the introduction.
Tone: This essay will be written from an academic objective point of view: in other words, you will not be referring to yourself as “I” within the paper, but you will be exploring your analytical ideas objectively.
Content: What you have to say in this essay is extremely important. The content here is what showcases your critical thinking abilities, one of the core skills on which English 101 focuses. Make sure to develop your ideas, explore your ideas logically, and express them clearly.
Writing Expectations: All expectations of academic writing established in the lesson AES-1.doc
apply to this assignment.
Student Outcomes addressed:
Compose work in a variety of genres, including but not limited to thesis-driven, college-level essays that synthesize researched sources (3,500 words minimum of formal writing, total, excluding revisions) by using the writing process.
Apply key rhetorical concepts (writer, audience, subject, purpose, and context) in order to analyze and compose a variety of texts.
Analyze texts as purposeful responses to a variety of situations and contexts as well as products of social identity (e.g., gender, ethnicity, sexuality, and social class).
Use rhetorically appropriate English language structures, including disciplinary conventions of syntax, grammar, punctuation, spelling voice, tone, and diction.
Quote, paraphrase, cite and document sources appropriately in a consistent documentation style to maintain academic honesty and intellectual integrity.
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