English Composition: Constructing Writing Plan, assignment help

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In Module One, you did a literal reading of your selected article. In
Module Two, you learned some active reading strategies on how to dig a
little deeper and apply critical analysis to “Turning Off, Dining In.”
Finally, you began to think about the intended audience for your
critical analysis essay, and you reflected on your goal in analyzing
your selected article.

This week, you’ll be given access to an interactive Writing Plan
generator that has specific questions to help you actively read and
analyze your selected reading from Module One in its entirety. During
the assignment, you’ll use analysis strategies learned in Module Two to
determine the key significance of your selected reading. In doing so,
you will respond to the author’s intended goal of the article in a clear
and engaging manner and produce a Writing Plan to inform your creation
of your Critical Analysis Essay (which will be due in Module 8).

Constructing Your Writing Plan

To complete this assignment, first actively re-read your selected
article using the analysis techniques mentioned in Module Two. Write new
notes (and revise old ones) to help you uncover the deeper meaning of
your selected article (do not assume that your initial reading was the
correct reading until you compare your notes from Module One with your
notes in this Module). After you have finished re-reading the article
and writing down new (or revised) notes, you will then build onto your
Writing Notes assignment from Module One and determine your strategy for
writing your critical analysis essay.

This process will allow you to develop a potential structure for
effectively communicating and supporting your claim in the critical
analysis essay. Your claim will have three components—1) it will clearly
state the author’s goal in his/her article, 2) it will identify your
reaction to this goal (e.g., do you agree or disagree); and 3) it will
explain why you had that reaction to the article (does the author meet
his/her goal with the evidence that is presented, does the author ignore
counterarguments to try to make his/her article stronger, etc.). The
Writing Plan will also be helpful in keeping your thought process on
track when you begin writing and revising your essay.

Keep in mind that you do not need to answer the questions in any specific order. Each response should be one fully developed paragraph in length (5-8 sentences).

Thank you for any help! =)


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