2.14 final draft worksheet - First Draft Worksheet...

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First Draft Worksheet Instructions : Copy and paste the following text into a document or create a document that contains the same information. Using your essay in response to the unit's writing prompt, complete the following steps to improve your essay. Introduction 1. Insert your introductory paragraph. Include any revisions your instructor asked you to make. You spent so much time working on your science fair project, and now… it’s ruined! How would you feel if you had to start from the beginning all over again after all that hard work? I would be devastated, but I would start again for good enough reasons. Like, a good grade. Well, immigrants have something in common with us. They have started their journey all over again after being deported back to their country. Most likely they would be crushed to have to start that difficult journey all over again, but they try again for good enough reasons. Like, a better life. Immigrants go through tough situations, not only being deported back to their country, but also, being mistreated, unwanted, and not being given a fair trial at court. Idea Development 2. Write the body and conclusion of your essay in the space below. Thousands of immigrants are deported back to their country no matter how hard their journey was to get to the united states. Most of society wants everyone to stay where they belong, their country; they believe that’s how it should be. Enrique was sent back to his hometown when he was halfway done with his journey. Another reason is that immigrants don’t have legal documents giving them permission to be in the united states. Enrique was not allowed to cross the Mexican border because he was an illegal immigrant and he did not have any legal documents. There is a lot of other cases like Enrique’s and there will be many more. Many immigrants can stay in the united states but face another issue, they’re unwanted by most of the population. Most of the population believe that immigrants will have a negative impact on society. Article called “Unwanted immigrants: American’s deportation Dilemma”, states that some of the population does not want illegal immigrants in the united states because they do not have legal documents. Authorities seem to think the same way. They do not want illegal immigrants to stay in the united states because they don’t have their legal documents.
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Innumerable immigrants that make it to the united states are not given a fair trial. One reason is that some authorities feel like they’re not important enough compared to other things going on. Like Enrique, many children, even younger, has come to the united states to be reunited with their family. In an article named, “Children shouldn’t be left alone in immigration court”, kids are given an unfair trial at court. These kids must
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