HW: Vocabulary Chapter 17
Reminder: *Study “New England Renaissance: 1840 – 1855” (Begins on Text p. 223)
Emerson Thoreau MLA
Melville Lawrence & Lee
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Due: Vocabulary Chapter 17
Review: Transitions & Transitional Devices & Advancing Sentence Structure (Writing Guide P. 30-33)
Revise Transitions, Add Transitional Devices & Advance Sentence Structure (Writing Guide P. 30-33)
Hint: Advance/Combine Sentences Where 2 Sentences Meet--As Long As It Is Not A Citation Or A Paragraph Change
Visible Editing/Advancement of Outline: Write Edits!
Handout: Research Outline to Essay (Writing Guide p. 29)
1. Copy & Paste Outline to Form Essay (Before Outline, Works Cited, and Annotated Bibliography) on Google Drive DO NOT DELETE THE OUTLINE
2. Format Outline Into Essay & Add Transitions/Transitional Devices to Essay W/ Citations (Before Outline, Works Cited, and Annotated Bibliography)
3. Update Date & PRINT (Step 17)
Due: Step 17: Formatted Essay W/ Citations, Transitions, & Transitional Devices (Before Outline, Works Cited, and Annotated Bibliography) on Google Drive & Printed
Lab: Completion & Printing Of Persuasive Essay & Works Cited– 3 Copies
1. Self-Edit (On Step 17) Essay Using Word for Help (Spell, Grammar, and Style Check)
2. Revise Essay *Note: Revise in GoogleDocs (Not Word) & Update Date
3. Type at Top of Essay Copies (All 3)
a. Word Count For Essay Paragraphs: _____ Words
b. Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level For Essay Paragraphs: F-K = _____
4. Update Date & Print Revision: 3 Copies of Essay & Works Cited; (Step 18 a, b, & c)
Update Process Checklist:
19. Revised From 18A, 18B, & 18C; Complete Essay, Outline, Works Cited, & Annotated Bibliography (Final Revision)
Final Word Count
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