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Post your next draft of Essay #2, due at the end of this week. Then, respond in detail to the drafts of atleast 2 other classmates, using the Writer’s Checklist for evaluating as your guide:1.Which sentence states the main idea (thesis) of the essay? Please explain how it is or is not clear. Where is it placed, and is its placement appropriate? 2.What additional details could be included to help you better understand the essay? What is missing or unclear?3.Are the details covered in a logical sequence? Which ones, if any, seem out of place?4.What part of the essay is most memorable? Why?5.How do the transitions, such as “furthermore,” “for example,” and “next,” used to help the ideas in the paper flow logically? If they do not, or are missing, which ones would be useful or need to be changed?6.How does the author provide the reader with a sense of completion at the end? If completion ismissing, what suggestions do you have?7.What kind of grammatical errors, if any, are evident in the essay?8.What final suggestions do you have for the author?
Your response posts need to be at least 50-100 words, and all posts are due by 11:55pm, ET, Sunday.How Can It Be Prevented:Traditional and Cyber BullyingToo often the news is covering a teen suicide. The teen was bullied, and didn’t know whatelse to do. Students need to be informed about the protection that is there for them. With this, there is a myriad of questions that come up. Does their state have traditional and cyber bullying laws? What do those laws define bullying as? What are the repercussions for the bully on a school and criminal level? When it comes to traditional and cyber bullying, schools and law enforcement are taking a stand, and putting polices and laws into place to stop and prevent it.There is good news and bad news about these laws. The good news is that all 50 states have traditional bullying laws. The bad news is that only 22 states have laws for cyber bullying