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Category: English and Literature : English (Page 1 of 2)

An effective introduction that uses all four ingredients of the introduction, us

An effective introduction that uses all four ingredients of the introduction, uses one of the hook techniques we studied, And addressing what others have to say about your subject early on, regardless of introduction technique.
3. A thesis that clearly answers the prompt.
4. A body that clearly supports the thesis with properly-blended and commented-upon textual evidence.
5. A refuted counter-claim that strengthens your original argument.
6. A effective conclusion that uses one of the techniques we studied and is identified in your header.
7. An effective title that is properly formatted.
8. Standard format, spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

Generate. Sort. Connect. Elaborate. Journal on the Legacy of Slavery in the Unit

Generate. Sort. Connect. Elaborate.
Journal on the Legacy of Slavery in
the United States
Description
1. Generate a list of ideas and initial thoughts that
come to mind when you think about this
particular topic/issue.
2. Sort your ideas according to how central or
tangential they are. Place central ideas near the
center and more tangential ideas toward the
outside of the page.
3.Connect your ideas by drawing connecting
lines between ideas that have something in
common. Explain and write in a short sentence
how the ideas are connected.
4. Elaborate on any of the ideas/thoughts you
have written so far by adding new ideas that
expand, extend, or add to your initial ideas.
You should write at least 4-5 sentences to
answer each part of this journal entry.

Explain and write in a short sentence how the ideas are connected.

Generate. Sort. Connect. Elaborate.
Journal on the Legacy of Slavery in
the United States
Description
1. Generate a list of ideas and initial thoughts that
come to mind when you think about this
particular topic/issue.
2. Sort your ideas according to how central or
tangential they are. Place central ideas near the
center and more tangential ideas toward the
outside of the page.
3.Connect your ideas by drawing connecting
lines between ideas that have something in
common. Explain and write in a short sentence
how the ideas are connected.
4. Elaborate on any of the ideas/thoughts you
have written so far by adding new ideas that
expand, extend, or add to your initial ideas.
You should write at least 4-5 sentences to
answer each part of this journal entry.

Refer to Nervious Condition( Tambu), you will write a creative piece from the po

Refer to Nervious Condition( Tambu), you will write a creative piece from the point of view of a teenage character. (The writing is done, what you need to do is editing or rewriting)
Writing style:
-first person narrative
-detailed descriptions
-powerful imagery
(Metaphor, simile, personification) -symbolism
-irony -dialogue -curing -intertextually -contracition
-slow paced
Tambu is very observative

In the Immortal life of Henrietta Lacks, the author reveals that Henrietta did n

In the Immortal life of Henrietta Lacks, the author reveals that Henrietta did not wish to donate her cells for research and that the family was not exactly pleased with the manner in which her body was used for science. Choose one of the following people from the text and write a 400 word minimum narrative from his or her point of view. You should include some of the facts and information from the text, but mostly this will be a fictionalized account of what happened based on your imagination

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