Analysis of Performance (objectively)

Analysis of Performance (objectively) - Dye 1 Jacob Eric...

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Dye 1 Jacob Eric Dye Professor Sauve WR-121 14 March 2016 (A), (B) or not (A), but (B) Jacob Eric Dye: an unrealistic dreamer, a student, a part-time employee at Starbucks, and overall, an individual with extremely high aspirations. Jacob is a lot of things, but one thing Jacob is not is one whom accepts defeat. Throughout the entirety of the winter quarter, Jacob has shown time and time again his ability to not only perform, but his ability to aggressively be persistent in his efforts to succeed. Through the evidential examination of previously assigned papers in WR121, one can make the logical conclusion of Jacob’s ability to actively write. Specifically, Jacob’s improvement in comparison to Essay #1-Essay#3 shows his ability to not only recognize the mistakes he makes, but shows his ability to improve or attempt to improve those same mistakes in order to succeed. However, the argument here is not whether or not Jacob has the ability to obtain an “A” in Writing 121 (as obvious as that conclusion may seem), the argument is simply if he deserves one this time. Jacob has made a lot of mistakes in Writing 121, specifically, the “3 Basic Rules of Punctuation, Stop, Pauses, ‘Hey-Look at this!’” (Sauve) and when/how to use them. Whether it be his inability to comprehend basic comma splicing in his own work: “Or Neil Postman’s concept of complete discourse of information, where he believes the notion that information in
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