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Assignment one  (one full page) 4/29/2020

Essay 4 Forum 

On this forum, you will reflect on what you originally planned to prove in your prospectus and what you now think you’ll prove based on your discoveries in essay 2 and essay 3. Include a rough outline for what your thesis will be for essay 4 and the major points you’ll make. THIS IS DUE BY MONDAY NIGHT 4/29, but this is only a few days before essay 4 is due.

For the rough outline of your essay—at the very minimum try to include your thesis and your topic sentences—the major points you will touch on–these can be drawn from essays 2 & 3, but remember that you cannot use all your supporting paragraphs from these essays or your paper will be too long. You are trying to prove a new thesis for this essay, so what are the major components from the previous essays you’ve done that will help set the groundwork for your new essay? There is no requirement for how much you incorporate from the previous essays—just what will make your essay the strongest essay possible! Some students make a “rough draft” by compiling all their supporting paragraphs from the previous essays, cutting them out so you look at each paragraph separately, dismissing the paragraphs that don’t go with the thesis or that are redundant and then playing around with the order of the paragraphs…it is a great way to be “hands on” with your paper and “see” how it will come together.

*Reminder that essay 4 is not just a copy and paste essay…you will have a new introduction, conclusion, topic sentences and exposition, source analysis, closing sentences, transitions (sometimes even transition paragraphs) to fit your rough drafts you’ve been working on all semester into a new paper–your semester’s work! It is possible you’ll need to write some new supporting paragraphs and find new sources…especially if one of the other essays you did had major problems. 

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Assignment two  (Essay-4 + Reflection Letter) 4/30/2020

 

ESSAY 4   Answers and argues your refined research question about the

importance of your topic. 

Tentative due date:4/30 

  • Rough drafts with reflections about what is working and not working and WHY will be required for the prospectus and essays 2 and 3. The work on the rough draft and the reflections will count toward your essay grade. 
  • Final reflections submitted the class period after you submit your final draft for essays 2-4 will also count as part of your essay grade.
  • You will upload your drafts on Moodle. You will be asked to identify the portions of the sources you used and submit hard copies of your sources in a folder or files of your sources online.

 

ESSAY 4: ARGUMENT/2,000 WORDS/MUST BE SUBMITTED TO MOODLE/10 SOURCES/WORKS CITED

All of the same submission standards for Essays 2-3 listed above apply to this essay except the word count and number of sources: 2000 words and a minimum of 10 sources as listed below.

This essay is the culmination of all your work this semester. Based on what you have learned this semester, you will argue the role of happiness in your group or how it relates to the factor you’ve chosen. Can happiness factor into student success? What is student success: social? academic? self-confidence? resiliency? a good job? a proud family? Should students expect to be happy most of the time in college? Alternatively, do students understand that hard work and tough choices may lead to greater happiness later? Should colleges (including students) do more to promote happiness and well-being? Should students care more about their own foundational happiness? What are the implications for the future? What needs to be studied more? 

You will be using parts of your other essays to complete this one, BUT this should feel like a new essay and not just a copy and paste job! You most likely have to do some new research to support your thesis.

Required minimum source guidelines:

 Seven scholarly (at least three academic journals)

 Three primary (at least one creative source)

 

REFLECTION PORTION OF YOUR ESSAY GRADE

You will be asked to submit a rough draft with a detailed description of what you think is working and not working and why. Failure to reflect in depth will lower your essay grade and I will not give feedback on any essay that does not include this detailed reflection. This draft and your reflections on it may count toward your overall grade on that essay. 

When you finish a final draft of essays 2, 3, and 4, on the next class day, you will submit a reflection that’s at least three paragraphs that contain the following:

  • Paragraph 1: You will reflect on what’s working and not working on the essay and WHY this is and assign a letter grade to your essay that you believe would be fair based on the final product (not necessarily the effort you put into it)—you can use the self-analysis rubric to guide you. 
  • Paragraph 2: You’ll discuss the decisions you made during the writing of the essay, both on the page and in how you allotted time and effort. So you might discuss why you tried an informal but catchy introduction and your decision to have a two-paragraph conclusion with sources cited in it, and then discuss that you really thought a lot about writing the essay for the whole week but when it came down to it you started to work on the final draft at 9PM before it was due and you ran out of time and energy. 
  • Paragraph 3: You’ll reflect on what you are learning about writing and yourself as a writer.

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Assignment three    (Answer the questions)   

5/1/2020

Portfolio Review, Parts 1 & 2 in one file

: PORTFOLIO REVIEW QUESTIONNAIRE AND REFLECTION. 

DO THIS AS SOON AS YOU GET YOUR FEEDBACK BACK FOR ESSAY 3! Complete the questionnaire on CaRG pages 75-77. For the questionnaire, just write the number and your answer. Then clearly label Part 2 and write your reflection for the semester following the guidelines in the book. 

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