Writing for June 15, 2014: Object #7, The Mystery of a Persuasive Essay, Part II

  • Context: Conduct a micro-analysis of one paragraph of this essay.

  • Purpose: A micro-analysis is done to break down a paragraph of this text.

  • Audience: YOU!

  • Posting: Use the discussion board to post the first paragraph of your persuasive essay using the same format as the author of this persuasive essay.

  • New Rubric Criteria: I have change the criteria for the rubric
    • 1.) Writing Conventions remains the same
    • 2.) Timeliness remains the same
    • 3.) Purpose for Writing has changed. Please write the first paragraph of your essay in the same way as this author has written.
    • 4.) Revisioning
      • a.) Choose a sentence that you wrote that you think can be developed more
      • b.) Copy that sentence below your post
        • (i.) Revise that sentence by asking yourself a question (writing adaptation) about it and rewrite the sentence with more details.

        • Please revise using this format:

        • RE- VISIONING by asking questions
        • The sentence I chose.
        • The question I asked myself.
        • The new sentence with more details.

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Model Your 1st Paragraph (for your persuasive essay) after Another ChristopherTShively ChristopherTShively 17 76 Jun 18, 2014 by KaylaWilliams11 KaylaWilliams11


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