It’s time to submit the final draft of your persuasive essay. At this point, your course faculty member has returned to you the graded first draft of the assignment, as well as, some insightful feedback.
For this assignment, consider all the feedback you’ve received on your first draft, including from last week’s Online+ session, and submit your 3-4 page persuasive essay based on the following criteria:
- An introduction paragraph with a thesis statement.
- Three body paragraphs that each focus on a separate major detail.
- A summary paragraph that summarizes your main ideas and puts a bow on the essay.
- Your reference page will list all of your sources in APA style.
- Additionally, be sure to proof your essay draft carefully for grammar, mechanics, and spelling.
- Applied revision and editing strategies to strengthen the essay.
please see the attachment for feedback and comments that were provided on my rough draft and fix accordingly do not forget to add some paragraph from the rough draft to make the paper look the same.
Using the framework of your major discipline, write an explanatory synthesis about a past event considered very important to understand within the history of your field (perhaps its founding, perhaps its application on an important occasion, perhaps in helping to solve a problem
that concerns all of us). Your audience would be an academic journal’s future anniversary issue
which collects several different articles about that event. You will be required to use at least 4 sources for your piece. The editorial staff of the journal recommends you consult Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum Ch. 4 for potential ways to
structure the article, especially p. 101’s “Guidelines For Writing Syntheses” and p. 115–116’s “Organize a Synthesis by Idea, Not by Source.”
Word count: 1,500 words Number of sources required: four Citation Style: MLA 2016 (two-letter grade penalty for making no attempt to use this, 1 ½ penalty for not making a serious attempt)