This is for an English Composition I class. Honestly, whatever topic sounds interesting if you have a better idea for one, let me know. my topic in mind would be like how expensive college is for the middle class like people how make a meadian income they aren’t rich they drive used cars and a normal house nothing over the top. but they can’t get grants or goverment aid and their parents aren’t able to just pay for college they can’t afford it they’re just getting by comftorably.. they aren’t loaded they just can afford to live normal but can’t pay fro each kid to cos them 60k each that’s out of the quetion so the kids end up with a bunch of debt and parnets who manke we’re little the kids get lots of aid and lowered cost. It looks like I’m free to wring about anything. I’ve attached the assignment requirements that should show everything on how to go about it make sure to follow the guidelines word for word. It also includes an example of a paper from my class as well as how it’s graded. Please reach out to me as much as you’d like any time of day and I’ll quickly respond. Thank
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Title your document file name as “LAST NAME – LUMERIT COLLEGE COMPOSITION I – ASSIGNMENT 4.” Please submit your assignment when completed using the gray “Load Assignment 4 in a new window” button at the bottom of the page. (Note: re-submissions are not accepted.)
This writing assignment asks students to write a comparison-contrast essay on a new topic of their choice.
Any debatable topic is acceptable for this assignment. Due to the length requirements, complex topics such as gun control, immigration law, abortion rights, and capital punishment are not recommended. If these issues interest you, find a specific instance or aspect of the topic to research. For example, you might want explore how other cities and states responded to the recent laws concerning immigration rights in Arizona; such a project is more focused (and more interesting) than addressing immigration rights in general.
Consider addressing a topic that is personally important to you, including issues related to health, beauty, family life, and career decisions. The more relevant your topic is to your priorities, the more likely you are to write in an engaging, compelling way.
To find ideas for debatable topics, consider these sources:
Using the Internet, locate two articles (2-3 pages in length) for each part of the topic that you are comparing or contrasting. In other words, you need to find at least four articles that share the points on your topic that you wish to compare or contrast. Be sure to select articles that are from reputable sources such as news magazines, scholarly journals, or well-known blogs.
As you search, keep a record of all the articles you consider by providing a citation or a link to each one.
Summarize what you learned from the articles addressing one side of the issue. Be sure to cite the articles used in this assignment according to MLA style.
Then, summarize what you learned from the articles addressing the opposite or a different side of the issue. Be sure to cite the articles used in this assignment according to MLA style.
Your summaries should be neutral; that is, your opinion on the topic should not be evident in either summary.
Complete the prewriting strategy for comparison-contrast papers described in the course, and select the pattern for your essay.
Using your plan from Step 3, complete the draft of an essay comparing and contrasting the articles. This draft will be the basis for your research essay.
After you finish your draft, leave it alone for at least a few hours and preferably a full day. If possible, get feedback from several friends. Reread your draft. Copy and paste a second version of the draft in the same computer file; in this copy of your draft, make changes that improve the thesis, the topic sentences, and the transitions in your paper as recommended in any feedback you’ve received.
Make sure that your own thinking is more evident than the material you have borrowed from your sources, which should have the appropriate in-text parenthetical citations.
In other words, 30-40+% of the draft you generated in Step 4 should be different in this draft.
After you finish your draft, leave it alone for at least a few hours and preferably a full day. Copy and paste a third version of the draft and “Works Cited” in the same computer file; in this copy of your draft, make changes that improve:
Strategies that may be helpful in checking for the problems mentioned above:
In particular, make sure that you are consistently using present tense to discuss the articles. Save the final version in a separate document, using the file name specified in the “Descriptions” section above. This version is the one that will be graded for writing quality.
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This is an assignment you will want to keep in your personal files as well as submit it for grading. Therefore, when you have completed the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit your final version only as a Microsoft Word or RTF document using the grey “Load Assignment 4 in a new window” button at the bottom of the page. Please title your assignment as “LAST NAME – LUMERIT COLLEGE COMPOSITION I – ASSIGNMENT 4.” You will receive feedback from your grader within one week of submission. Your assignment will be graded according to the Lumerit Course Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Please reference this rubric when completing each assignment. If you have any questions regarding this assignment, please contact [email protected]. We recommend that you wait to receive feedback on one assignment before submitting the next assignment.
English Composition 1, Assignment 4 example (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Since these are actual student essays (with names changed to protect the author’s privacy), you may encounter some errors; however, it is hoped that these essays will provide clarity regarding the content expectations of the assignment.
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