Project #50775 - English H.W

Homework

Essay 2: Draft

In Week 5, you read and wrote about an article by summarizing the writer's perspective on a topic and then responded with your own ideas that either agreed, disagreed, or both.

The paper you will begin this week and finish in Week 7 will require you to take a stand on the same issue that you summarized and responded to in Week 5. However, Essay 2 will focus on your ideas on this topic. You will state the point that you want to make regarding the topic and direct your ideas to a larger audience; this means you will need some evidence from a reliable source—the author of your article! The following questions will help you to form the overall point that you want to make in your paper.

If you read Ted Sawchuck's article "Relationships 2.0: Dating and Relating in the Internet Age," use the following question to help you focus your paper on the topic of social networking:

Does communicating via social networking sites, such as Facebook, negatively affect the ability of young people to socialize and to develop and maintain healthy relationships?

 

If you read Leah McLaughlin's article "Are You Hooked?" use the following question to help you focus your paper on the topic of soft addictions: 

Do soft addictions “get in the way of leading a more fulfilling life”?

You will use prewriting and planning strategies in the first stage of this essay process. Then, you will draft your essay to submit this week. One of the requirements of this assignment is that at some point in your essay, you must use at least one direct quote from the article or a paraphrase of one of the author's ideas to help support one of your own points. Whether it is a point that you agree with or a point of disagreement that you want to point out, please make sure that you include a relevant point that you explain fairly and smoothly within your paragraph, whether in a body paragraph, in the introduction, or in the conclusion. (Note: You should review the article before writing, and you can also review your summary to remind yourself of the argument.)

Rough Draft Requirements

After reviewing the Lecture and writing a rough draft of this paper, use this checklist to make sure you have completed the requirements.

A successful essay draft will include the following.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/07/2014 05:00 pm
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