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Assessment #1 In Joan Raymond’s article, titled “Easy to be Green,” he does not incorporate a definition. Instead, the article is based on a list of ways to help the environment. Raymond includes great examples, one could do, and websites, one could view, to help better inform a person on the different types of ways they could do to improve the environment. However, he should include a definition in his article. It will help give a better perspective on the environment, and it could help motivate one to protect the environment. It will also help give a little background on what the article is going to discuss and why it is important. Assessment #2 Joan Raymond writes a comprehensive and coherent summary of what his article, named “Easy to be Green”, is going to be about without giving away too much information about it. He does not include any quotes or any of his personal viewpoints on the subject. Instead, he briefly outlines some of the certain steps one could take to help protect the environment. He incorporates some specific examples in his summary. In particular, he reveals “The article offers practical tips for helping the environment such as planting a pollinator garden, instructions for homemade cleaning solution, and ways to unsubscribe from unwanted mailings in order to eliminate trash.” However, he does not provide too much information about these examples or reveal too much about his article . Assessment #3 In the article “Easy to be Green”, written by Joan Raymond, he explains sufficient seriation; the type of seriation he uses is cause and effect. Raymond makes each step distinct from each other by numbering each topic into separate groups. Through his title and abstract, the
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