hw into your own words

This week, you will write your first essay. Please develop the ideas you began in the forum area this week into a full essay. Use the three-part thesis and five-paragraph essay format you learned this week under Lessons.  (Example thesis: Ghost Adventures is my favorite TV shows because of the investigators, the paranormal theme, and the locations they visit.) Tip: TV or movie titles should be put in italics. Do not use sources or include research for this essay. We are practicing organization this week, and this essay should be strictly your own writing.  Please do not let anyone else write or revise your writing. My job is to help you improve YOUR writing. I can only do that if you let me see your mistakes. I am not interested in how well someone else writes. I want to help YOU! (Hint: if you are struggling, there are tutoring opportunities listed on our Syllabus. This is an appropriate route for acquiring help with your writing. You may contact me for help anytime too!)  Download the template and save it as your last name and Essay 1 (Example: Smith_Essay1). The MLA formatting is done for you (e.g., Times New Roman size 12, double-spaced, header, etc.). Update your name, your professor’s name, and date. Don’t forget to put your last name in the header. (Let me know if you don’t know how to get into the header section or type a question into your Word help section.) Your essay should be between 500 and 750 words. Please do not go under the word count at all. Do not go over the word count by more than 50 words. Following instructions is an important part of any writing assignment, and often you will be asked to adhere to word count guidelines, so this is good practice! Be sure that all paragraphs are well developed. I suggest 5-8 sentences per paragraph and no less than 100 words per paragraph, including your introduction and conclusion. (Points saver: as you proof your essay in Word, hit the control [ctrl] key and the “F” key at the same time. This will bring up the search feature. Type in what you wish to find, such as the word you, to be sure you have avoided second person. This works in finding contractions too. Type in an apostrophe and hit enter!) When you “submit” your paper, it will be uploaded into Turnitin (a plagiarism-detection website) automatically. You do not have to create a Turnitin account yourself. Both you and your instructor will receive the results. (The Turnitin report will be under Assignments and will have a percentage on it, like 22%. Click on the percentage to view your report. Certain parts of your essay will be highlighted. This shows where you have used information from an outside source or material that appears in another student’s essay. Since you are not using sources for this essay, you will likely receive a score very close to 0%.) A sample essay (“Jolly”) is under Resources. Take a look before you begin!  GOOD LUCK!  The grading rubric used to score this essay is attached. Your instructor will use the iRubric to evaluate this essay. Please read the rubric categories and your instructor’s comments carefully. You will use this feedback to complete your next Assignment (Applying Feedback). Supporting Materials  Essay1_Template.docx (15 KB)   iRubric1_no_Sources.pdf (60 KB)This week, you will write your first essay. Please develop the ideas you began in the forum area this week into a full essay. Use the three-part thesis and five-paragraph essay format you learned this week under Lessons.  (Example thesis: Ghost Adventures is my favorite TV shows because of the investigators, the paranormal theme, and the locations they visit.) Tip: TV or movie titles should be put in italics. Do not use sources or include research for this essay. We are practicing organization this week, and this essay should be strictly your own writing.  Please do not let anyone else write or revise your writing. My job is to help you improve YOUR writing. I can only do that if you let me see your mistakes. I am not interested in how well someone else writes. I want to help YOU! (Hint: if you are struggling, there are tutoring opportunities listed on our Syllabus. This is an appropriate route for acquiring help with your writing. You may contact me for help anytime too!)  Download the template and save it as your last name and Essay 1 (Example: Smith_Essay1). The MLA formatting is done for you (e.g., Times New Roman size 12, double-spaced, header, etc.). Update your name, your professor’s name, and date. Don’t forget to put your last name in the header. (Let me know if you don’t know how to get into the header section or type a question into your Word help section.) Your essay should be between 500 and 750 words. Please do not go under the word count at all. Do not go over the word count by more than 50 words. Following instructions is an important part of any writing assignment, and often you will be asked to adhere to word count guidelines, so this is good practice! Be sure that all paragraphs are well developed. I suggest 5-8 sentences per paragraph and no less than 100 words per paragraph, including your introduction and conclusion. (Points saver: as you proof your essay in Word, hit the control [ctrl] key and the “F” key at the same time. This will bring up the search feature. Type in what you wish to find, such as the word you, to be sure you have avoided second person. This works in finding contractions too. Type in an apostrophe and hit enter!) When you “submit” your paper, it will be uploaded into Turnitin (a plagiarism-detection website) automatically. You do not have to create a Turnitin account yourself. Both you and your instructor will receive the results. (The Turnitin report will be under Assignments and will have a percentage on it, like 22%. Click on the percentage to view your report. Certain parts of your essay will be highlighted. This shows where you have used information from an outside source or material that appears in another student’s essay. Since you are not using sources for this essay, you will likely receive a score very close to 0%.) A sample essay (“Jolly”) is under Resources. Take a look before you begin!  GOOD LUCK!  The grading rubric used to score this essay is attached. Your instructor will use the iRubric to evaluate this essay. Please read the rubric categories and your instructor’s comments carefully. You will use this feedback to complete your next Assignment (Applying Feedback). Supporting Materials  Essay1_Template.docx (15 KB)   iRubric1_no_Sources.pdf (60 KB)

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