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ENGL-110 Week 2 Week Two Assignment: The Descriptive Essay This week you are composing a short, descriptive essay. Begin by reading your textbook’s discussion of a descriptive essay ( Wordsmith: A Guide to College Writing , pages 119-130 ; read the examples) and you will have an understanding of the essay’s requirements. Complete each of the four steps below. Step One: Preparing to complete the worksheet . First, watch this video before completing the worksheet. Second, read the sample week two worksheet. It is in the Attachments section for this assignment. Lastly, answer the following questions by placing an X next to your answers. o Did you watch the assignment video? [ X ] YES [ ] NO o Did you review the sample worksheet? [ X ] YES [ ] NO Bryan University | ENGL-110 | Page 1 of 6
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Step Two: Select a topic for your essay. Choose one of the four paintings below. You will be writing about the event depicted in the painting. You will not be writing about art, and no knowledge of the painting is required to complete this exercise. Pick the piece that captures your imagination.
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