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(Solved) ENG 122 Assignment 1: Finalized Writing Plan Guidelines and Rubric "My mind," he said, "rebels at stagnation. Give me problems,...


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ENG 122 Assignment 1: Finalized Writing Plan Guidelines
and Rubric
"My mind,” he said, “rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse
cryptogram, or the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere . . . But I abhor the dull
routine of existence. I crave for mental exaltation.”
—Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Overview
The first final project for this course is the creation of a writing plan. Writing is a craft that people spend a
lifetime refining, and one that allows people to express themselves in various ways. Effective writing has
the ability to shape and inform the opinions of its readers. The ability to articulate a message through
writing is essential in any career. Something key to remember is that the writing process is never truly
complete.
In this assignment, you will select one of the provided readings and analyze it. Next, you will develop a
claim about the information presented in that reading. In the next assignment, you will support that claim
through a critical analysis essay. There is no right or wrong claim. It is how you support your claim that
makes your essay effective.
The project has one milestone, which will scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. This
milestone will be submitted in Module 3. The final submission is due in Module 5.
In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:
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·
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· Discuss stylistically appropriate writing strategies for various audiences, subjects, and purposes
Identify main ideas, supporting evidence, and conclusions through critical analysis for utilizing
these components in one’s own writing
Interpret the writing process as a means for generating ideas, drafting, and revising for improving
the quality and effectiveness of one’s own writing
Integrate appropriate and qualified evidence into one’s own composition through effective research Prompt
For this writing plan, you will analyze a reading and develop a claim about the intent of that reading. Once
your claim is established, you will use examples from the reading to support your claim throughout your
writing plan. Critical Elements
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Writing Plan: Use this writing plan as a way to gather your thoughts 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. This plan will be helpful in keeping your
thought process on track when you begin writing and revising your essay.
A. Determine the author’s claim to be addressed in your analysis essay. Your determination
of the author’s goal must be derived from one of the provided articles.
B. Determine author’s key points and rationale that will be helpful in supporting the validity of C.
D.
E.
F.
G. your claim.
Identify the audience that will be reading your essay. What potential challenges will you
have supporting your claim with this demographic?
Establish your goal that you hope to accomplish with your essay. For example, you may
disagree with the author and demonstrate why he or she is incorrect, or you may agree but
want to further substantiate his or her claim.
Based on your claim, determine potential places where evidence would be most effective.
Defend your choices. For example, if you disagree with an author’s point you would want to
use evidence to support your view.
Identify a revision strategy that would be most effective in informing you while writing this
essay. Why would this strategy be effective?
How will this essay benefit from receiving feedback from an outside party? How can that
feedback be integrated? Assignment 1, Milestone 1: Writing Plan Draft
In Module 3, you will submit your Writing Plan Draft containing your initial plan for writing your essay.This
assignment will be graded with the Assignment 1, Milestone 1 Rubric.
Assignment 1 Submission: Finalized Writing Plan
In Module 5, you will submit your writing plan in its final form. It should be a complete, polished artifact
containing all of the critical elements (above) associated with Assignment 1. This assignment will be
graded using the Assignment 1 Rubric. Assignment 1 Rubric
Guidelines for Submission: Your finalized writing plan must be 1–2 pages in length. Use double spacing,
12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. This assignment will be completed through the
interactive activity provided in your MindEdge eLearning materials and then submitted within Blackboard.
Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor
feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions.
Critical
Elements
Writing Plan:
Author’s
Claim Writing Plan:
Author’s Key
Points Writing Plan:
Audience
Writing Plan:
Goal Exemplary Proficient
Determines a claim
to be addressed in
the analysis essay,
and claim is derived
from one of the
provided articles
(100%)
Determines key
points and rationale
that will be helpful in
supporting the
validity of the claim
(100%)
Identifies audience
and determines
potential challenges
(100%)
Establishes a goal to
be accomplished
with the essay
(100%) Needs
Improvement
Determines a claim
to be addressed in
the analysis essay,
but claim is not
derived from one of
the provided articles
(55%)
Determines key
points and rationale,
but key points or
rationale are cursory
or inaccurate (55%)
Identifies audience
but does not
determine potential
challenges (55%)
Establishes a goal
for the essay, but
goal is not aligned
with the essay claim
(55%) Not Evident Value Does not determine
a claim to be
addressed in the
analysis essay (0%) 10.67 Does not determine
key points and
rationale that will be
helpful in supporting
the validity of the
claim (0%)
Does not identify
audience (0%) 10.66 Does not establish a
goal (0%) 10.66 10.67 Writing Plan:
Evidence Determines potential
places where
evidence would be
most effective and
defends choices
(100%) Writing Plan:
Revision
Strategy Identifies a revision
strategy that would
be effective and
describes why it
would be effective
(100%)
Describes how essay
can benefit from
receiving feedback
and how that
feedback can be
integrated (100%) Writing Plan:
Feedback Articulation
of Response Submission is free of
errors related to
citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, and
organization and is
presented in a
professional and
easy-to-read format
(100%) Submission has no
major errors related
to citations,
grammar, spelling,
syntax, or
organization (85%) Determines places
where evidence
would be most
effective but does
not defend choices
or defense is illogical
(55%)
Identifies a revision
strategy, but does
not describe why the
strategy would be
effective or strategy
is illogical (55%)
Describes how essay
can benefit from
receiving feedback,
but does not
describe how the
feedback can be
integrated or
description is cursory
or contains
inaccuracies (55%)
Submission has
major errors related
to citations,
grammar, spelling,
syntax, or
organization that
negatively impact
readability and
articulation of main
ideas (55%) Does not determine
places where
evidence would be
most effective (0%) 32 Does not identify a
revision strategy
(0%) 10.67 Does not describe
how essay can
benefit from
feedback (0%) 10.67 Submission has
critical errors related
to citations,
grammar, spelling,
syntax, or
organization that
prevent
understanding of
ideas (0%)
Total 4 100%

 


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