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EN1320: Module 2 Shaping Ideas Essay 2.1 Drafting an Essay Draft an essay based on a choice that you have made that has impacted your life in some...

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EN1320: Module 2 Shaping Ideas Essay 2.1 Drafting an Essay 1 Draft an essay based on a choice that you have made that has impacted your life in some way, such as purchasing a home, buying a car, or choosing a career. Utilize the prewriting developed for Lab 2.1 as you begin to draft or create a concept map and outline on the choice before drafting. Begin with an introduction that incorporates a grabber or hook in the first sentence and a thesis statement in the last sentence. Use the ideas generated in the concept map and outline to create the body of the essay in three well-developed body paragraphs. Be sure that each body paragraph includes a topic sentence, three supporting detail sentences, and a concluding sentence. Include clear transitions between the body paragraphs to connect the ideas together. Wrap up the essay with a concluding paragraph that leaves a lasting impression on the reader. Submission Requirements: Submit your responses in a Microsoft Word document with the following specifications: Font: Arial, 12-point Spacing: Double Format: APA with a title page and a header Length: 2–3 pages (excluding the title and references pages) Note: You will have three attempts to work on this assessment. The instructor will grade you on your first submission. After receiving comments and feedback from your instructor, you have the option to revise the essay and submit it for regrading for up to two revisions. If a second and/or a third attempt is not submitted, the grade for the first attempt will be scored as the final grade for the assessment. Evaluation Criteria: Your submission will be evaluated against the following criteria using the essay rubric : Is your essay focused on the idea of choice that you have made? Does your essay have one central idea and three clear main points? Does your essay have an engaging and thoughtfully developed attention grabber or hook at the beginning of the introductory paragraph? Does your thesis statement clearly identify the purpose of the essay and preview the main points without announcing to the audience?
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EN1320: Module 2 Shaping Ideas Essay 2.1 Drafting an Essay 2 Did you include three body paragraphs constructed with topic sentences, supporting detail sentences, and concluding sentences? Did you incorporate transitions to create flow and connection between main points? Does your conclusion clearly wrap up the essay with a lasting impression? Is your essay correctly formatted according to APA style guidelines, including a title page, a references page, and a header? Does your submission adhere to the page count and formatting requirements?
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EN1320: Module 2 Shaping Ideas Lab 2.1 Creating an Outline 1 Outlines are helpful tools to utilize in the writing process in order to begin to effectively organize ideas. After brainstorming, creating an outline allows you to map out your ideas to use during the drafting process. Outlines use the ideas from brainstorming to create a pattern in order to fully develop a genre and organize ideas to draft an effective essay or other document. In this lab, you will complete the following: Create a keyword outline from a concept map. Using the concept map developed in Module 1 (or after creating a concept map based on a choice you have made that has impacted your life in some way). Start with a creative title and then develop the outline to detail major sections (main points), including the introduction and conclusion, and supporting details. Create a keyword outline as the next step in the writing process. Develop the outline with an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion (five numerals). Submission Requirements: Submit your outline in a Microsoft Word document with the following specifications: Font: Arial, 12-point Spacing: Double Style: APA format with a title page and a header Length: 300 words (excluding the title page) Note: You will have two attempts to work on this assessment. The instructor will issue a grade on the first draft submission of the concept map and outline. After receiving comments and feedback from your instructor, you have the option to revise the outline and submit it for regrading. If a second attempt is not submitted, the grade for the first attempt will be scored as the final grade for the assessment.
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EN1320: Module 2 Shaping Ideas Lab 2.1 Creating an Outline 2 Evaluation Criteria: Your submission will be evaluated against the following criteria using the lab rubric : Did you create the outline using a concept map? Does the outline clearly separate major sections? Did you identify the five sections: introduction, three separate main points, and conclusion? Did you include two supporting details for each main point in the outline? Did you use appropriate formatting tools to create the outline? Did you include a creative title? Does your submission adhere to the word count and formatting requirements?
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CAREER CHOICE Choosing a Career
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