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At the beginning of the school year, I gave you all a questionnaire to fill out

At the beginning of the school year, I gave you all a questionnaire to fill out about your past experiences with English. It asked you about things such as your usual grades in English, ACT score, and how you felt about English/writing. That was then, and this is now. Now that you have had a semester of English at the collegiate level, I want you to reflect on your experiences (i.e. the journal writing/discussions, the essays, the reading assignments, and the overall class experience.)
Topic: As I reflect on my writing then and now, I feel ___________ about my writing…
5 paragraphs. Make the last paragraph a conclusion paragraph. It closes out what you’ve just presented/discussed/written about.

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Write an essay of at least two full pages that is an explication of strange frui

Write an essay of at least two full pages that is an explication of strange fruit. Objective analysis of literary work that focuses on the meanings including multiple meanings and relationships of the words, imagery, metaphors, rhymes, verbal or thematic patterns, and/or other units that make up the work and what it signifies.

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The Proposal’s Structure: For this assignment, research an issue that requires a

The Proposal’s Structure:
For this assignment, research an issue that requires a solution. This can be an issue that currently has no apparent solution, an issue in which you would like to change the current solution, or an issue on which someone has proposed a solution, but you would like to stop before it takes effect. In any case, you should take time to either refute the inadequacies of the current solution, counter the opposition that you may face when proposing your current solution or show why your solution is better than others. This means that you must incorporate rebuttal into your piece to a significant degree (as you did with your previous paper). After conducting your research, you should compose an original proposal of 4+ page or 1400+ words in which you propose what you feel is the best solution to the problem. In other words, you will argue that we (and this “we” will stand for a certain group with which you identify, such as Americans, Daytona State students, Florida residents, football fans, concerned citizens, etc.) should do “X” to solve some current problem we are facing.
Suggest a proposal that is specific and appropriate enough for the audience you are addressing.
Offer an explanation of both the problem and the significance of your proposal. An effective proposal will convince readers that a problem exists. Make sure you offer adequate details.
Make statements that clearly relate the proposal claim to the problem or need.
Provide evidence that the proposal will effectively address the need or solve the problem, and that it is feasible.
Show your reader that you’ve considered alternative proposals and conditions for rebuttal. Make sure you research to see if other solutions have already been offered. A successful proposal will convince readers that your solution is better than others. Incorporate at least FOUR secondary (academic research) or primary (interviews/memoirs/autobiographies) sources into your proposal. At least ONE of the four must come from the library databases (all of them can if you would like). Make sure you cite paraphrased or quoted material using APA documentation. Abstract NOT required.

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Final Reflection ENG 101 Introduction For this assignment, you will be reviewing

Final Reflection
ENG 101
Introduction
For this assignment, you will be reviewing what you’ve learned in this
course. You haven’t learned something until you can talk about what you’ve
learned. The key to this essay is specificity.
Directions/Prompt
Your final reflection should be at least 250 words in length. Set this up as a
letter:
 a date,
 a “Dear Mr. Van Winkle,”
 the body of your letter,
 and a “Sincerely, [Insert Your Name]”
Here is a list of some things to make sure you do:
 Reference the writing units covered in this course: the personal
reflective essay, the analysis essay, and the researched essay project
 Reference some of your specific assignments and papers
 Talk specifically about what you’ve learned
 Discuss how this course will connect to other college courses
 Discuss how this course will connect to your personal and/or your
professional life
Don’t worry too much about commenting on specific course structures or
things you liked or didn’t like. The whole point of this document is to
articulate what you learned from ENG 101 this semester. There is a chance
to do a course evaluation for course feedback.
This is a reflection, but please make sure to employ a clear structure
(introduction, body paragraph(s), and conclusion). Use MLA formatting, but
don’t worry about a Works Cited page or in-text citations.
1.) Literacy narrative
literacy narrative combines personal reflections with information and analysis of a key event or object that has stimulated or shaped your thinking in some way. For our literacy narrative you will pick a musician or writer or film/television maker that has influenced you or shaped your thinking in a profound way through their art. Note: if you pick a film/television writer make sure you reference it as a written art as tv shows and movies are before anything else written.
2.) What is a Counterargument…why is it important
3.) Researched Argument
4.) Sources to Avoid
5.) We learned about street art and Mr. Banksy
Please also review attached document on class material reviewed.

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At the beginning of the school year, I gave you all a questionnaire to fill out

At the beginning of the school year, I gave you all a questionnaire to fill out about your past experiences with English. It asked you about things such as your usual grades in English, ACT score, and how you felt about English/writing. That was then, and this is now. Now that you have had a semester of English at the collegiate level, I want you to reflect on your experiences (i.e. the journal writing/discussions, the essays, the reading assignments, and the overall class experience.)
Topic: As I reflect on my writing then and now, I feel ___________ about my writing…
5 paragraphs. Make the last paragraph a conclusion paragraph. It closes out what you’ve just presented/discussed/written about.

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Please read carefully the file I provided. DO NOT plagiarize, and DO NOT use any

Please read carefully the file I provided. DO NOT plagiarize, and DO NOT use any outside source. This paper is worth all my grade, so please do your best! I already had a problem with you guys, and I don’t want it to repeat. Please pick one topic provided in the file and two books provided in the file. If you have any questions, please let me know asap. Lastly, finish the essay until the bottom of page 6.

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Final Reflection ENG 101 Introduction For this assignment, you will be reviewing

Final Reflection
ENG 101
Introduction
For this assignment, you will be reviewing what you’ve learned in this
course. You haven’t learned something until you can talk about what you’ve
learned. The key to this essay is specificity.
Directions/Prompt
Your final reflection should be at least 250 words in length. Set this up as a
letter:
 a date,
 a “Dear Mr. Van Winkle,”
 the body of your letter,
 and a “Sincerely, [Insert Your Name]”
Here is a list of some things to make sure you do:
 Reference the writing units covered in this course: the personal
reflective essay, the analysis essay, and the researched essay project
 Reference some of your specific assignments and papers
 Talk specifically about what you’ve learned
 Discuss how this course will connect to other college courses
 Discuss how this course will connect to your personal and/or your
professional life
Don’t worry too much about commenting on specific course structures or
things you liked or didn’t like. The whole point of this document is to
articulate what you learned from ENG 101 this semester. There is a chance
to do a course evaluation for course feedback.
This is a reflection, but please make sure to employ a clear structure
(introduction, body paragraph(s), and conclusion). Use MLA formatting, but
don’t worry about a Works Cited page or in-text citations.
1.) Literacy narrative
literacy narrative combines personal reflections with information and analysis of a key event or object that has stimulated or shaped your thinking in some way. For our literacy narrative you will pick a musician or writer or film/television maker that has influenced you or shaped your thinking in a profound way through their art. Note: if you pick a film/television writer make sure you reference it as a written art as tv shows and movies are before anything else written.
2.) What is a Counterargument…why is it important
3.) Researched Argument
4.) Sources to Avoid
5.) We learned about street art and Mr. Banksy
Please also review attached document on class material reviewed.

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Write an essay of at least two full pages that is an explication of strange frui

Write an essay of at least two full pages that is an explication of strange fruit. Objective analysis of literary work that focuses on the meanings including multiple meanings and relationships of the words, imagery, metaphors, rhymes, verbal or thematic patterns, and/or other units that make up the work and what it signifies.

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The Proposal’s Structure: For this assignment, research an issue that requires a

The Proposal’s Structure:
For this assignment, research an issue that requires a solution. This can be an issue that currently has no apparent solution, an issue in which you would like to change the current solution, or an issue on which someone has proposed a solution, but you would like to stop before it takes effect. In any case, you should take time to either refute the inadequacies of the current solution, counter the opposition that you may face when proposing your current solution or show why your solution is better than others. This means that you must incorporate rebuttal into your piece to a significant degree (as you did with your previous paper). After conducting your research, you should compose an original proposal of 4+ page or 1400+ words in which you propose what you feel is the best solution to the problem. In other words, you will argue that we (and this “we” will stand for a certain group with which you identify, such as Americans, Daytona State students, Florida residents, football fans, concerned citizens, etc.) should do “X” to solve some current problem we are facing.
Suggest a proposal that is specific and appropriate enough for the audience you are addressing.
Offer an explanation of both the problem and the significance of your proposal. An effective proposal will convince readers that a problem exists. Make sure you offer adequate details.
Make statements that clearly relate the proposal claim to the problem or need.
Provide evidence that the proposal will effectively address the need or solve the problem, and that it is feasible.
Show your reader that you’ve considered alternative proposals and conditions for rebuttal. Make sure you research to see if other solutions have already been offered. A successful proposal will convince readers that your solution is better than others. Incorporate at least FOUR secondary (academic research) or primary (interviews/memoirs/autobiographies) sources into your proposal. At least ONE of the four must come from the library databases (all of them can if you would like). Make sure you cite paraphrased or quoted material using APA documentation. Abstract NOT required.

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PART 3: PARENTING ACTION PLAN You’ve crafted your case study. You’ve done your

PART 3: PARENTING ACTION PLAN
You’ve crafted your case study. You’ve done your research on the topic. Now it’s time to identify some solutions in the form of a Parenting Action Plan.
Your Parenting Action Plan should be about 2000-3000 word in length and follow APA style (7th edition). Be sure to use in-text citations and include a reference list.
Copy and paste your case study at the beginning of your document to provide the context for your research essay. (This will not count towards your word total.)
Your essay should be written in your own words and you should always cite any ideas that come from another source. Do not use quotations or copy verbatim from another author.
Your action plan can build on your existing research essay, but the action plan itself will include a few additional components (denoted with an * below). The research you have done should be carefully woven into your action plan. In other words, don’t just copy and paste your research essay and tack on more words. Use the research to justify the actions you are proposing.
Statement of the problem: A statement of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.(This can be the same as the statement in your research essay)
Incorporation of at least 10 credible sources from within the past 10 years that can be used to support a parenting action plan. At least 5 of these sources must be scholarly social science research articles, and at least 3 of the sources must have been published within the last 2 years.
*Incorporation of parenting or developmental theories to provide a framework for the proposed action plan.
*Description of potential sites of impact (Step 6 of the Planning Table).
*Identify an action plan grounded in research that may address concerns posed by the case study (Step 7 of the Planning Table).
Correct use of in-text citations and corresponding reference list (APA 7th edition).
Use of APA 7th edition format (1” margins, standard font, double spacing, page numbers, etc.).
Demonstration of strong writing skills.
Submit your essay to the assignments folder and run the paper through Turnitin.com (You can do this from within the assignments folder. No need to use a separate account). If you submit your work before the deadline, you can use the Turnitin report to evaluate whether your paper requires additional editing.
Your Parenting Action Plan will be evaluated according to the following rubric:
a
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Missing or Not Acceptable
Includes Copy of Case Study
Case study (AFP Part 1) is copied and pasted at the beginning of the document.
(5 points)



Case study (AFP Part 1) is not copied and pasted at the beginning of the document.
(0 points)
Statement of the Problem
Concise and well-written statement identifies the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(5 points)
Well-written statement identifies most of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(4 points)
Clear statement identifies some of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(3 points)
Many of the key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study are missing or incorrect.
(2 points)
Missing a statement about any key issues that must be explored in order to resolve your case study.
(0 points)
Use of Scholarly Sources
Effectively incorporates at least 5 scholarly sources.
(5 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 4 scholarly sources.
(4 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 3 scholarly sources.
(3 points)
Effectively incorporates at least 2 scholarly sources.
(2 points)
Incorporates fewer than 2 scholarly sources.
(0 points)
Use of Credible Sources
Effectively incorporates at least 10 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(5 points)
Effectively incorporates 8 or 9 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(4 points)
Effectively incorporates least 6 or 7 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
At least three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(3 points)
Effectively incorporates 4 or 5 credible sources published within the past 10 years.
Fewer than three sources were published within the past 2 years.
(2 points)
Incorporates fewer than 4 credible sources are used.
Does not use sources within the past 2 years.
(0 points)
Summary of Research
Excellent summary and integration of research that effectively supports possible resolutions to the case study.
(10 points)
Good summary and integration of research that supports possible resolutions to the case study. Missing 1 or 2 minor points.
(8 points)
Fair summary and integration of research that supports possible resolutions to the case study. Missing 1 or 2 important points.
(6 points)
Poor summary and integration of research that do not support possible resolutions to the case study. Missing many important points.
(4 points)
No relevant summary of the research.
(0 points)
Incorporation of parenting or developmental theories to provide a framework for the proposed action plan.
Excellent incorporation of at least 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective.
(10 points)
Good incorporation of 1 or 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective. Minor details may be missing.
(8 points)
Fair incorporation of at least 1 or 2 parenting or developmental theories that provide a framework for explaining why the proposed action plan should be effective. Major details may be missing.
(6 points)
Poor incorporation parenting or developmental theory. Major details may be missing.
(4 points)
No attempt to incorporate parenting or developmental theory.
(0 points)
Description of potential sites of impact (Step 6 of the Planning Table).
Excellent description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study.
(10 points)
Good description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. One or two minor details may be missing.
(8 points)
Fair description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. Several details may be missing.
(6 points)
Poor description of the potential sites of impact as they relate to the case study. Many details may be missing.
(4 points)
No description of the potential sites of impact.
(0 points)
Identify an action plan grounded in research that may address concerns posed by the case study (Step 7 of the Planning Table).
Excellent and comprehensive action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are grounded in research and/or theory.
(20 points)
Good action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are mostly grounded in research and/or theory but may be missing a few minor details.
(17 points)
Fair action plan that proposes solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are somewhat grounded in research and/or theory but may be missing some details.
(14 points)
Poor action plan that does not successfully propose solutions to the concerns posed by the case study.
Proposed solutions are not well-supported by research and/or theory.
(11 points)
No action plan proposed
-or-
Action plan is not related to the case study
(0 points)
Correct Use of In-text Citations
Correct use of APA citation throughout the essay.
(5 points)
Mostly correct use of APA citation throughout the essay. One or two minor errors.
(4 points)
Use of APA citation throughout the essay with several major errors or omissions.
(3 points)
Inconsistent use of citations.
Incorrect use of APA format.
Many omissions.
(2 points)
No citations included.
(0 points)
Reference List Provided
Reference list that corresponds to citations is provided.
Uses APA format with no errors.
(5 points)
Reference list that corresponds to citations is provided.
Uses APA format with some minor errors.
(4 points)
Reference list is provided but may be missing 1 or 2 entries or does not completely correspond to in-text citations.
Uses APA format with some major errors.
(3 points)
Reference list is provided but does not correspond to in-text citations.
Some effort to format, but not in APA format.
(2 points)
No reference list provided.
No effort to format references.
(0 points)
APA Formatting
All of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(5 points)
Four of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(4 points)
Three of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(3 points)
Two of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(2 points)
Less than 2 of the following APA formatting requirements are present:
· Title page
· 1” margins
· Pagination
· Double-spacing
· Standard font
(0 points)
Quality of Writing
Excellent writing that is well-organized and easy to follow.
No errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(10 points)
Good writing that is well-organized and easy to follow.
Minor errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(8 points)
Fair writing that is somewhat organized and easy to follow.
Several errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(6 points)
Poor writing that is disorganized and difficult to follow.
Many errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(4 points)
Writing is off topic or unintelligible.
Many errors in spelling, punctuation,
grammar or usage.
(0 points)
Length
Essay is between 1800 – 3200 words in length (not including case study).
(5 points)



Essay is shorter than 1800 words or more than 3200 words (not including case study).
(0 points)