Week 5 assignment - Outline

Week 5 assignment - Outline - Reducing the carbon footprint...

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Appendix H COM/156 Version 5 1 Associate Level Material Appendix H Outline and Thesis Statement Guide The human population has negative effects on the environment, but we can reduce those effects by making small changes in our daily lives. Introduction I. How do humans affect the environment? A. Negative ways. 1. Pollution 2. Deforestation B. Positive ways. 1. Use of natural resources 2. Increased crop yields III. What changes will help? A. Daily changes 1. Conserving energy 2. Reducing vehicle emissions B. Long term changes 1. Reforestation 2. Breeding and releasing endangered animals IV. How do we express the importance of the changes needed? A. Campaigns 1. Pros 2. Cons B. Personal knowledge and understanding 1. Educational resources 2. Activities that help gain knowledge V. How can humans improve damaged ecosystems? A. Company/Industrial 1. Knowing which areas have the greatest environmental impact. 2. Prioritizing green efforts. B. Personal/Group 1. Reducing the carbon footprint
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Unformatted text preview: Reducing the carbon footprint 2. Recycling VI. Conclusion Week Five Grading Rubric Outline 5 points Criteria Points Available Points earned Comments Outline includes three to five main points with at least two supporting details for each. Outline presents ideas in a well-organized, logical manner. 4 4 This is strong overall. Make sure to change questions to topic sentences, however, and to add citations to make things easier as you move forward to Appendix H COM/156 Version 5 2 write the body paragraphs. Outline presents a balanced case with little bias. .5 .5 Good work! Mechanics – writing is free of spelling and grammatical errors .5 .5 Good work! Late penalty - 10% per day Total Points 5 5 Overall Feedback: Samanthia, You are off to a good start! Please carefully review feedback above and let me know if you have questions. I am here to help!...
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  • Fall '10
  • Hampton
  • Natural environment, Associate Level Material, long term changes, A. Negative ways, A. Daily changes, B. Positive ways

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