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ENGL 1102
Caitlin Patterson
Problem: Topic Prompt: Choose 1 work of literature from the above list and 1 contemporary creative work (a painting, a song, a movie, etc) published or produced within the last 10 years. What are 3 literary elements within the literature that are similar to your chosen creative work? Examples: How might your poem have a similar rhythm or tone or rhyme pattern as a song you've heard recently? How might your short story have a setting or plot structure or character types that are similar to those you've seen on a recent tv show episode? Requirements Focus/Purpose: to inform and to support an opinion to a primary audience of classmates and instructor with a word count within 525-625 words. Content and Support/Elaboration: A 5+ paragraph essay is required. Each paragraph should include concrete details from the literature as support for the topic sentence, either as an example or an explanation of your point. Paragraph Organization: Create complete paragraphs (topic, supporting details, transitions) organized logically to support your topic sentences and thesis. Style: Third person is required. This is a college-level essay, so it should be written at that level of academic formality and using the ENGL 1102 textbook terms accurately. Essay Format: You will develop your ideas in a comparison essay structure. MLA: This essay must conform to 8th edition MLA standards. This includes the heading, the page formatting, the in-text citations, and the full citation(s) after the essay. The literature and your chosen creative work should be cited in the essay and on the works cited list. Other than these, no additional research is permitted for this essay.
ENGL 1102
Michelle Atehortua
Problem: I'd like to get some feedback on my essay. These are the instructions and requirements: Unit One: Comparison, Connections to Literature In this Unit, we we consider our own opinions, experiences, and our own values as we analyze and interpret what we read. We are a major part of the writer-story-audience connection, and our educated opinions are worth sharing. For this essay, you will compare a work of literature from the list below to a different work of art produced or published within the last 10 years. Read and Review: Review Chapters 1-3, especially the sample student essays in Chapter 2 Read sections of Chapter 4 or 5 as needed to help you use the correct literary terminology within your descriptions. Literature Choices: Choose One Francis "Catch" Walker's "Everyday Use" Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers" Collins' "Sonnet" For this essay, you must choose from one of the works of literature above. Topic Prompt: Choose 1 work of literature from the above list and 1 contemporary creative work (a painting, a song, a movie, etc) published or produced within the last 10 years. What are 3 literary elements within the literature that are similar to your chosen creative work? Examples: How might your poem have a similar rhythm or tone or rhyme pattern as a song you've heard recently? How might your short story have a setting or plot structure or character types that are similar to those you've seen on a recent tv show episode? Requirements Focus/Purpose: to inform and to support an opinion to a primary audience of classmates and instructor with a word count within 525-625 words. Content and Support/Elaboration: A 5+ paragraph essay is required. Each paragraph should include concrete details from the literature as support for the topic sentence, either as an example or an explanation of your point. Paragraph Organization: Create complete paragraphs (topic, supporting details, transitions) organized logically to support your topic sentences and thesis. Style: Third person is required. This is a college-level essay, so it should be written at that level of academic formality and using the ENGL 1102 textbook terms accurately. Essay Format: You will develop your ideas in a comparison essay structure. MLA: This essay must conform to 8th edition MLA standards. This includes the heading, the page formatting, the in-text citations, and the full citation(s) after the essay. The literature and your chosen creative work should be cited in the essay and on the works cited list. Other than these, no additional research is permitted for this essay.
ENGL 1101
Tristian Little
Problem: Instructions: Receiving feedback on my Unit 1 Essay Draft. I was hoping you could give constructive feedback on my essay and giving me tips on what needs work. Helping me understand what could make it better. Please and Thankyou. Icollege Instructions for Unit 1 Essay: After choosing an issue important to you, pick one of the following narrowed general essay topics. "Who is Involved?" Write a narrative essay about an influential leader/group working with this issue. (This cannot be a friend or a family member.) OR "How did this become an Issue?" Write a process essay exploring a chain of events leading to increased awareness/interest/importance of this issue. OR "Why is this Issue Important?" Write a cause and/or effect essay explaining the issue's importance because of its causes and/or because of its effects. Your essay must be positive and precise in tone and diction. Focus/Purpose: To inform, entertain, and/or inspire Content and Support: 5 paragraphs, minimum. Establish an idea and support for that idea within an essay of 500-600 words. No additional research required, but some may be needed. Limit any research to 1-2 GIL or GALILEO sources. Idea Organization: Each paragraph must have a topic sentence and supporting detail appropriate for the essay format chosen. Style: Academic, formal paragraph and sentence structure. The diction and tone will depend on the narrowed thesis. 1st or 3rd person is required. Format/Essay Conventions: The essay must meet all of the requirements for standard introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs in narrative OR process OR cause and effect structure. MLA: The heading and page formatting should conform to the 8th edition of MLA format. If a Works Cited List is included, it should also conform to 8th edition MLA format. You will submit your essay to the available drop box in iCollege, and it will be checked at Turnitin for similarity. You may resubmit your essay until the deadline, but no essays will be accepted afterward unless an extension is granted in advance. The essay will be graded according to the Essay Descriptions and using the Rubrics posted in our iCollege course. Unit 1 Essay Draft attachment below.
ENGL 1102
Ivey Piper
Problem: I would like to be helped with the structure of my essay and if my thoughts are to the point and relate the story I chose with the creative piece I chose. Also my grammar and purpose of my essay. I copied the requirements for the essay as well. Thankyou Literature Choices: Choose One Francis "Catch" Walker's "Everyday Use" Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers" Collins' "Sonnet" For this essay, you must choose from one of the works of literature above. Topic Prompt: Choose 1 work of literature from the above list and 1 contemporary creative work (a painting, a song, a movie, etc) published or produced within the last 10 years. What are 3 literary elements within the literature that are similar to your chosen creative work? Examples: How might your poem have a similar rhythm or tone or rhyme pattern as a song you've heard recently? How might your short story have a setting or plot structure or character types that are similar to those you've seen on a recent tv show episode? Requirements Focus/Purpose: to inform and to support an opinion to a primary audience of classmates and instructor with a word count within 525-625 words. Content and Support/Elaboration: A 5+ paragraph essay is required. Each paragraph should include concrete details from the literature as support for the topic sentence, either as an example or an explanation of your point. Paragraph Organization: Create complete paragraphs (topic, supporting details, transitions) organized logically to support your topic sentences and thesis. Style: Third person is required. This is a college-level essay, so it should be written at that level of academic formality and using the ENGL 1102 textbook terms accurately. Essay Format: You will develop your ideas in a comparison essay structure. MLA: This essay must conform to 8th edition MLA standards. This includes the heading, the page formatting, the in-text citations, and the full citation(s) after the essay. The literature and your chosen creative work should be cited in the essay and on the works cited list. Other than these, no additional research is permitted for this essay.
ENGL 1102
Keitoria Scurry
Problem: I need assistance making sure my essay is meeting the requirements given by my professor and making sure I have no grammatical or MLA errors. I also need help creating a closing paragraph. Unit One Essay Instructions: Unit One: Comparison, Connections to Literature In this Unit, we consider our own opinions, experiences, and our own values as we analyze and interpret what we read. We are a major part of the writer-story-audience connection, and our educated opinions are worth sharing. For this essay, you will compare a work of literature from the list below to a different work of art produced or published within the last 10 years. Read and Review: Review Chapters 1-3, especially the sample student essays in Chapter 2 Read sections of Chapter 4 or 5 as needed to help you use the correct literary terminology within your descriptions. Literature Choices: Choose One Francis "Catch" Walker's "Everyday Use" Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers" Collins' "Sonnet" For this essay, you must choose from one of the works of literature above. Topic Prompt: Choose 1 work of literature from the above list and 1 contemporary creative work (a painting, a song, a movie, etc) published or produced within the last 10 years. What are 3 literary elements within the literature that are similar to your chosen creative work? Examples: How might your poem have a similar rhythm or tone or rhyme pattern as a song you've heard recently? How might your short story have a setting or plot structure or character types that are similar to those you've seen on a recent tv show episode? Requirements Focus/Purpose: to inform and to support an opinion to a primary audience of classmates and instructor with a word count within 525-625 words. Content and Support/Elaboration: A 5+ paragraph essay is required. Each paragraph should include concrete details from the literature as support for the topic sentence, either as an example or an explanation of your point. Paragraph Organization: Create complete paragraphs (topic, supporting details, transitions) organized logically to support your topic sentences and thesis. Style: Third person is required. This is a college-level essay, so it should be written at that level of academic formality and using the ENGL 1102 textbook terms accurately.

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