Write an effective thesis statement with supporting topic sentences. Compose expository essays that have organization, order, unity, coherence, and support.

This week’s description mini-essay is low-stakes, brief, and invigorating. Per the instructions on the previous page, prewrite (outline), write, and rewrite (proofread, revise) your description before posting it here for all to read. It should be exactly three paragraphs long, each paragraph being six to ten sentences, and figurative language and parts of the paragraphs should be labeled in brackets [ ]. Please post both your outline and your mini-essay below. You are not required to reply to your classmates, though you may do so if you wish. Remember the one prohibition: choose a location more original than Disneyland or Disney World. In addition, during Mon to Fri of this week I will provide feedback on your posts, so review my feedback, click the “. . .” menu on the right corner on your post, click “Edit,” and make those recommended revisions. We’ll follow this same procedure for each discussion during the semester. As always, ask in the Q/A if you need any help. See also the organization and labels used in the sample student essay below. This same paragraph-level composition should be used to structure all your future paragraphs. Write away! Throughout the work week, please review my feedback on your classmates’ discussion posts and on your own. These writing exercises are public because you can learn much from observing others’ writing techniques and revisions. Thank you! Learning Outcomes Choose and narrow a topic. Write an effective thesis statement with supporting topic sentences. Compose expository essays that have organization, order, unity, coherence, and support. Descriptive essay rubric /2 paragraph-level organization, grammar /2 labels on parts of paragraph, figurative language, imagery /1 outline /5 TOTAL 1. You’ll post an outline and a description of your favorite place in only three paragraphs. 2. You’ll want to type an outline on Word or another word processor such as the free one offered by Open Office. 3. The essay is in MLA format (we’ll learn more about this later), so use this heading in the upper, left-hand corner: Your first name / Eng 100: Davis / Descriptive Essay / Date 4. Give it an original title, centered below the heading. 5. Don’t worry about the word count–focus on your sentences (should be 6-10 sentences in each paragraph) and paragraphs (only three). 6. Size 12 font. Single-spaced is fine. Don’t worry about inserting page numbers   Share this:TwitterFacebook

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