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ENG 121 Entire Course

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com ENG 121 Week 1 Pre Quiz ENG 121 Week 1 Quiz Grammar Assessment ENG 121 Week 1 DQ 1 Reading Strategies ENG 121 Week 1 DQ 2 Generating Ideas for Writing ENG 121 Week 2 DQ 1 Strengths and Weaknesses in Writing ENG 121 Week 2 DQ 2 Outlining and Planning the Personal Essay ENG 121 Week 1 Assignment Practice Essay ENG 121 Week 2 Journal Quotes ENG 121 Week 2 Quiz (3 Sets) ENG 121 Week 3 Journal Paraphrasing ENG 121 Week 3 DQ 1 Explore Persuasive, Personal, and Expository Writing ENG 121 Week 3 DQ 2 Peer Review ENG 121 Week 3 Quiz (4 Sets) ENG 121 Week 4 Journal Summarizing ENG 121 week 4 Discussion 1 Revision Versus Editing ENG 121 Week 4 Quiz (2 Set) ENG 121 Week 4 DQ 2 Revision Checklist ENG 121 Week 3 Assignment Personal Essay Draft ENG 121 Week 5 Discussion 1 Two Options ENG 121 Week 5 DQ 2 Editing Checklist ENG 121 Week 5 Final Essay Personal Essay ==============================================


ENG 121 Week 1 Assignment Practice Essay

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Practice Essay. This writing exercise will help your instructor discover who you are as a writer. The essay will be used to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses as a writer, and it will allow the instructor the opportunity to identify grammatical, stylistic, and mechanical problems specific to each student. Do not fret over the idea that grammar, style, and mechanics will be evaluated in this assignment. This writing exercise is merely one way to take a look at any particular patterns that exist in your writing. You will earn full credit for completing this assignment as long as you follow instructions. A personal essay is about a life experience, person, or object that has significance to you and that you tell to an audience for a reason. Use one of the ideas for a personal essay that you came up with in the Generating Ideas for Writing discussion. Your essay should stir readers into thinking about and remembering their own experiences. The essay should be 550 to 800 words in length. For the purposes of this essay, please do not worry about incorporating any external sources. For more information about how to write a personal essay, please review the major elements that define personal essays in Chapter 6 of Essentials of College Writing, which include character, plot, purpose, action, and point of view. You may use first person and may incorporate dialogue (using quotes) if appropriate. Keep in mind that your essay is about connecting the story to your readers to expand their own reflection on a life experience. The essay written for this section is diagnostic in nature. As such, you will receive a grade based solely on whether or not you submit the


assignment and that it meets the minimum word requirement. Your essay will not be used to place you into classes. Your instructor will use this essay to provide you with assistance tailored to your needs. When reading your essay, your instructor will look for the following features: Structure – The consistency with which the writer identifies and maintains the essay’s main idea. Two main points of structure include the thesis statement and topic sentences. Thesis Statement – Emphasizes the main point proven in the essay. The thesis usually occurs early in the essay, most ideally as the last sentence in the introduction. Topic Sentences – Occur near the beginning of each paragraph. They state what the paragraph proves and advance the main idea conveyed in the thesis statement. Development – How the writer uses details and examples to evolve ideas throughout the essay and sequence of ideas presented in the essay. All of the ideas within the essay should clearly relate to the main point. Style – How writers chose to express themselves. Elements of style include word choice, sentence construction, and clarity. Style elements can vary according to the audience and purpose of the writing. Grammar – The instructor will evaluate your essay for common grammatical mistakes that can often affect the overall quality and clarity of your writing. Note: Your essay should be 550 to 800 words in length and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Save your essay as a Microsoft Word document (.doc) or rich text file (.rtf). Carefully review the Grading Rubric (available in the online course) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment. Remember that the criteria will not affect your grade on this essay, but it will likely apply to future writing assignments. Finally, please note that you may use the subject for this personal essay to write your Week Three Personal Essay – Draft and your Final Essay, which is due in Week Five. If you opt to use this topic and some of this essay, you must revise the parts of this essay you use based on your instructor’s feedback and the Ashford Writing Center tutors.


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ENG 121 Week 1 Quiz Grammar Assessment

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Question 1. Question : Please choose the sentence that is free from punctuation errors from the options below.
 Some students could not download the mobile application, the rush of traffic crashed the site. The students rushed to download the mobile application; it was designed to help them keep track of deadlines in their classes.

Question 2. Question : Please choose the sentence that is free from punctuation errors from the options below. The students’ wanted to use their mobile phones in the classroom, but the faculty member had a ―no cell phone‖ policy. The instructor’s mobile application allows students to receive notification of new discussion postings on their devices.


Question 3. Question : Keeping style in mind, please select the correct sentence from the options below. Samuel enjoyed racing his motorcycle, joking with his friends and a good game of golf. Before she could leave the house, Suzanne had to search for her keys, pocketbook and shoes.

Question 4. Question : from punctuation errors.

Please choose the sentence that is free

Reality shows depict the worst of human nature so they should be replaced with better programming. Reality shows depict the worst of human nature, so they should be replaced with better programming.

Question 5. incorrect:

Question :

The following sentence is grammatically

The findings from the study completed thirty years ago agrees with the results of our more recent experiment.


Question 6. Question : options below:

Please select the correct word from the

Although the instructor ______ clearly, the audience still had trouble hearing her.

Question 7. Question : the sentence:

Please identify the most important idea in

Although assessment helps teachers create individualized instruction, it also can unfairly pigeon hole some learners who do not test well.

Question 8. Question : from punctuation errors:

Please choose the sentence that is free

Wedding photography, which is dedicated to capturing traditional moments in creative ways, is a specialized field. Wedding photography which is dedicated to capturing traditional moments in creative ways is a specialized field.

Question 9. Question : Please select the most appropriate answer to fill in the blank in the sentence:


______ design makes the mobile application easy for students to use and download.

Question 10. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Before transferring to Ashford University, the local community college had been their institution of record for years. The instructor projected the images that he had taken while in Greece on a large screen.

Question 11. Question : Keeping style in mind, please select the correct sentence from the options below. Henry’s room is much cleaner than Tyler. A cheap car that works is better than not working. Writing is more interesting than cleaning.

Question 12. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Due to low participation in the election, he believes that all citizens should be required to vote.


Due to low participation in the election, Senator Davis believes that all citizens should be required to vote.

Question 13. Question : options below:

Please select the correct word from the

If the audience ________ down when asked, the band would have started playing on time. Question 14. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

While texting, your eyes are off the road for an average of five seconds. Your eyes are off the road for an average of five seconds while texting.

Question 15. Question : Please select the most appropriate answer to fill in the blank in the sentence:

Most Americans have numerous _____ in their homes or cars.

Question 16. Question : incorrect:

The following sentence is grammatically


Online classes give learners a lot of flexibility in when and where assignments are completed it is important to keep track of deadlines in order not to fall behind. 


Question 17. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Students should be allowed to bring all technologies into the classroom. Except for mobile phones. Students should be allowed to bring all technologies, except for mobile phones, into the classroom.

Question 18. Question : Keeping style in mind, please select the correct sentence from the options below. While at the zoo, the children saw a zebra, giraffe and an emu. She saw a car, bicycle and a motorcycle ignore the stop sign.

Question 19. Question : sentence:

Please identify the main idea in the


Mary cleaned the house while Susan slept in late.

Question 20. Question : Please choose the sentence that is free from punctuation errors from the options below.
 By redesigning web pages for hand-held devices and planning for mobile application development; the institution seeks to help learners. By redesigning web pages for hand-held devices and planning for mobile application development. The institution seeks to help

Question 21. Question : Please select the most appropriate answer to fill in the blank in the sentence:

Both _____ computers were purchased with special academic pricing.

Question 22. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Neither the designer nor the homeowner likes the color orange. Neither the designers nor the homeowners likes the color orange.


Question 23. Question : incorrect:

The following sentence is grammatically

Where the lack of a natural predator in Yellowstone National Park has resulted in the overpopulation of bison, deer, and elk.

Question 24. Question : sentence:

Please identify the main idea in the

The student passed the test because she took careful notes on the text and studied hard. The student passed the test The student took careful notes on the text The student studied hard

Question 25. Question : incorrect:

The following sentence is grammatically

Many online learners have jobs and families, but they are motivated.

How would you best describe the nature of the grammatical error? The sentence is not complete.


This is a run-on sentence.

Question 26. Question : Please select the most appropriate answer to fill in the blank in the sentence:

In 2003, over half of all American households could boast of having _____ own computer.

Question 27. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Many colleges and universities require standardized test scores the administrators feel these scores accurately reflect

Question 28. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

The students given scholarships by the administrators went to the wrong building, so we gave them better directions. The students given scholarships by the administrators went to the wrong building, so we gave him better directions.

Question 29. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the


Anybody can serve on the committee, as long as his children go to the school. Anybody can serve on the committee, as long as her children go to the school.

Question 30. Question : from punctuation errors.

Please choose the sentence that is free

An acorn is thought to symbolize prosperity, youthfulness, power, and luck. An acorn is thought to symbolize prosperity, youthfulness, power and luck.

Question 31. Question : Keeping style in mind, please select the correct sentence from the options below. It is easier to cook a meal from scratch than getting a restaurant reservation on Valentine’s Day.

Question 32. Question : below:

Please select the word from the options

The unexpected March snowstorm had _______ the freshly planted crops.


Question 33. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Having finished the essay, the television was turned on. The argument remains unclear, even after studying the initial data.

Question 34. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

The State Senator drafted a bill. Believing that tobacco and tobacco products should be illegal.

Question 35. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

The zoo protects endangered animals. But also confines them in restricted spaces for public viewing.

Question 36. Question : the sentence:

Please identify the most important idea in


Although the drought regulations were in effect throughout the county, residents frequently watered their lawns anyway, and they neglected to use rain barrels. Drought regulations were in effect

Question 37. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Lillian, with all of her training partners, runs around the track.

Question 38. Question : from punctuation errors.

Please choose the sentence that is free

Because a four leaved clover is hard to find, it is considered a good luck symbol.

Question 39. Question : options below.


Please select the correct sentence from the

In the book it says that the primary mission of colleges and universities should be preparing students for the workforce.

Question 40. Question : options below:

Please select the correct word from the


Sally ______ to go shopping before starting her homework.

Question 41. Question : options below:

Please select the correct word from the

Regardless of whether you have studied or not, you need to _____ the test.

Question 42. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Since Lucy and Emily can’t get along, she will have to be put into separate groups.

Question 43. Question : Please select the most appropriate answer to fill in the blank in the sentence: Over the past few years, there has been a noticeable difference in the amount of ______ with computers.


Question 44. Question : from punctuation errors.

Please choose the sentence that is free

Although Tice and Bannister’s research illustrated that most procrastinators actually do perform better under pressure;

Question 45. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Anyone is able to play on the town basketball team. The boys is able to play on the town basketball team.

Question 46. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

If Jillian wants to buy a new car, you will have to save the money. If Jillian wants to buy a new car, she will have to save the money.

Question 47. Question : Keeping style in mind, please select the correct sentence from the options below. Adults return to college in order to make a career change, advance in their current career or gain additional career


Question 48. Question : the sentence:

Please identify the most important idea in

Texting while driving can be as dangerous as driving while drunk, and the practice is prevalent among teenagers.

Question 49. Question : options below.

Please select the correct sentence from the

Because they could not endorse either candidate, large numbers of people did not vote in the election.

Question 50. Question : from punctuation errors.

Please choose the sentence that is free

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ENG 121 Week 1 Quiz

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ENG 121 Week 2 Journal Quotes

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Week Two Journal - Quotes. This week, you begin writing your journal entries. This journal is designed to give you practice in academic writing, which is very different from the personal essay writing that you have been practicing. Academic writing entails making a point and supporting that point with information from a reputable source. There are three ways to support a point with information from a source: quoting, paraphrasing, or summarizing. This week, you will practice quoting a source and citing that source in your journal entry. Please be sure to read and review the ―Example Journal Entry – Quotes‖ document, which describes how to integrate quotations. Please note that the journal assignment should not be confused with a personal journal. This activity requires organization, effective stylistics and grammar, and proper source incorporation. It is not a free-writing or reflective writing exercise. Both of the personal essays we have read this week, ―Sister Flowers‖ and ―I Want a Wife,‖ use narrative and/or descriptive elements (refer to sections 6.3 and 6.4 in the text), and each has a clear purpose. Choose one of the essays assigned this week to write about. In 250 to 500 words: State the purpose of the essay. Describe one literary element being used in the essay (refer to sections 6.3 and 6.4 in the text).


Explain why you think that literary element is used well by the writer. Incorporate a quote from the essay. Cite the essay. Explain how you plan to use the literary element in your personal essay. As you are writing this journal entry, please pay attention to the areas that you struggled with in your Grammar Assessment and Practice Essay. When submitting your journal entry, make sure to: Proofread your work for errors in grammar, mechanics, and style. Format the journal according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Sample APA Title Page for guidelines on formatting a title page in APA style. Provide an in text citation for the section of the essay you quote. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Comprehensive APA Reference List Models for guidelines on in text citations in APA style. Provide a reference for the essay you quote. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Citation and Reference Guide for guidelines on citing sources in APA style. Perform a word count check to make sure the journal is 250 to 500 words in length. Save the document as a Microsoft Word or compatible .doc or .docx file. Use a naming convention that includes your last name, week number, and the assignment number (e.g., smith_w2_a1.doc). ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 2 Quiz (3 Sets)

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ENG 121 Week 2 Quiz Set 2 1. Question : All of the guests _____ gone to the concert in the park. 2. Question : The house on the corner lot. 3. Question : When you finally take the test. 4. Question : The demonstrators had taken no part in the riot. 5. Question : The movie starts at 8:30 make sure you’re there before 8:15 6. Question : Select the sentence in which the word, usually, appears in the appropriate position. 7. Question : Perplexed by the rising rates of inflation and alarmed by the decline in major construction projects. 8. Question : Some of the students working in the science laboratory last semester. 9. Question : Our solar system has eight major planets only one is known to have intelligent life. 10. Question : Television is entertaining, _______ it can be instructive.+ ENG 121 Week 2 Quiz Set 3 1. Question : Perplexed by the rising rates of inflation and alarmed by the decline in major construction projects. 2. Question : ___ seems to forget that there are things to be done before graduating. 3. Question : The house on the corner lot. 4. Question : The child responds to his mother’s demand ____ throwing a tantrum. 5. Question : The movie starts at 8:30 make sure you’re there before 8:15. 6. Question : What are the main ingredients ____ this casserole?


7. Question : Too much homework to finish before class. 8. Question : Driving in the city during the evening rush hour. 9. Question : Edward is the only student who __________ lived up to the potential described in the yearbook. 10. Question : Some of the students working in the science laboratory last semester. ENG 121 Week 2 Quiz 1. Question : Driving in the city during the evening rush hour. 2. Question : Online classes give learners a lot of flexibility in when and where assignments are completed it is important to keep track of deadlines in order not to fall behind. 3. Question : Everybody in this class has completed ______ homework already. 4. Question : Edward is the only student who __________ lived up to the potential described in the yearbook. 5. Question : What are the main ingredients ____ this casserole? 6. Question : The child responds to his mother’s demand ____ throwing a tantrum.: 7. Question : By making sure that no one will park across the driveway again 8. Question : Some of the students working in the science laboratory last semester. 9. Question : The airport is about to shut down because of the snow and if the plane doesn't land soon it will have to go on to Boston 10. Question : Those are probably the _______ lamps in the store. ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 3 Assignment Personal Essay Draft


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Personal Essay – Draft. For this writing assignment, you have two choices. Please select one of the following options for your essay: Describe a person, place, or object that has special meaning in your life. Describe a particular moment or occurrence in your life that had special meaning to you. Use the techniques described in sections 6.3 and 6.4 of Essentials of College Writing and expand upon the prewriting done in the discussion forum for the past three weeks to provide specific details about the person, place, object, or event so that readers can visualize the subject and/or feel present in the story. Your description should be specific and appeal to the five senses. This rough draft needs to be at least 550 words, and it should have a thesis statement that clearly states what you are going to be writing about. For more information about writing thesis statements, visit the Ashford Writing Center and review Chapter 5 of Essentials of College Writing. The point of a draft is to allow your instructor to get a good sense of your organizational writing skills, examine your use of the strategies of narration or description, and provide you with feedback you can incorporate into the Final Essay that is due in Week Five. As you write this draft, please pay attention to the areas that you struggled with in your Grammar Assessment and Practice Essay. When submitting your draft, make sure to: Proofread your work for errors in grammar, mechanics, and style. Format the essay according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.


Perform a word count check to make sure the essay is 350 to 500 words in length. Save the document as a Microsoft Word or compatible .doc or .docx file. Use a naming convention that includes your last name, week number, and the assignment number (e.g., smith_w2_a1.doc). ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 3 Journal Paraphrasing

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Journal Entry - Paraphrasing. This week, you continue writing your journal entries. This journal is designed to give you practice in academic writing, which is very different from the personal essay writing that you have been practicing. Academic writing entails making a point and supporting that point with information from a reputable source. There are three ways to support a point with information from a source: quoting, paraphrasing, or summarizing. This week, you will practice paraphrasing a source and citing that source in your journal entry. Please be sure to read and review the ―Example Journal Entry – Paraphrasing‖ document, which describes how to integrate quotations. Please note that the journal assignment should not be confused with a personal journal. This activity requires organization, effective stylistics and grammar, and proper source incorporation. It is not a free-writing or reflective writing exercise. Both of the personal essays we have read this week, ―How to Say Nothing in 500 Words‖ and ―Life Under the Chief Doublespeak Officer,‖ use narrative and/or descriptive elements (sections 6.3 and 6.4


in the text), and each has a clear purpose. Choose one of the essays assigned this week to write about. In 250 to 500 words: State the purpose of the essay. Describe one literary element being used in the essay (refer to sections 6.3 and 6.4 in the text). Explain why you think that literary element is used well by the writer. Incorporate a paraphrase from the essay. Cite the essay. Explain how you plan to use the literary element in your personal essay. As you are writing this journal entry, please pay attention to the areas that you struggled with in your ―Grammar Assessment‖ quiz and ―Practice Essay‖ assignment. When submitting your journal entry, make sure to: Proofread your work for errors in grammar, mechanics, and style. Format the journal according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Sample APA Title Page for guidelines on formatting a title page in APA style. c. Provide an in text citation for the section of the essay you paraphrase. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Comprehensive APA Reference List Models for guidelines on in text citations in APA style. Provide a reference for the essay you paraphrase. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Citation and Reference Guide for guidelines on citing sources in APA style. Perform a word count check to make sure the journal is 250 to 500 words in length. Save the document as a Microsoft Word or compatible .doc or .docx file. Use a naming convention that includes your last name, week number, and the assignment number (e.g., smith_w2_a1.doc). ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 3 Quiz (4 Sets)

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www.snaptutorial.com ENG 121 Week 3 Quiz 1. Question : All movie reviews reveal the prejudices of ___________ author. 2. Question : The congregation was delighted with their new bus and sang its praises at the Wednesday night supper. 3. Question : The town felt cheated when the council spent their money on a new street light in their neighborhood. 4. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 5. Question : When they found the cat in the woods, Shirley asked her mother Doris if she could keep it. 6. Question : Every company strives to keep _________ brand positive. 7. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 8. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 9. Question : Tom went to the store because ________ wanted to buy some milk. 10. Question : Tom was exhausted from working out at the gym. It left him hungry and ready for bed. ENG 121 Week 3 Quiz Set 2 1. Question : The car at the end of the street is missing ___________ front fender. 2. Question : The police, on the hunt for a gang of thieves, thought they had been clever by hiding in an ice cream truck.


3. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 4. Question : Cats are easier to care for than dogs because ________ are very independent. 5. Question : The town felt cheated when the council spent their money on a new street light in their neighborhood. 6. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 7. Question : Albert took his son to the ball game where he caught a fly ball. 8. Question : Vicky was torn between her friend, Tanya, and her sister. 9. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 10. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. ENG 121 Week 3 Quiz Set 3

1. Question : All movie reviews reveal the prejudices of ___________ author. 2. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 3. Question : Jane and Tom danced all night to ______________ favorite tunes. 4. Question : At the famers’ market, they give out samples of everything on Saturdays. 5. Question : Father Christmas is a character best known for _______ long, white beard. 6. Question : When they found the cat in the woods, Shirley asked her mother Doris if she could keep it. 7. Question : The town felt cheated when the council spent their money on a new street light in their neighborhood.


8. Question : Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. 9. Question : Cats are easier to care for than dogs because ________ are very independent. 10. Question : Albert took his son to the ball game where he caught a fly ball. ENG 121 Week 3 Quiz Set 4 Question 1. 1. At the famers’ market, they give out samples of everything on Saturdays. (Points : 1) Question 2. 2. Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. (Points : 1) Question 3. 3. Jane and Tom danced all night to ______________ favorite tunes. (Points : 1) Question 4. 4. Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. (Points : 1) Question 5. 5. The car at the end of the street is missing ___________ front fender. (Points : 1) Question 6. 6. Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. (Points : 1) Question 7. 7. The town felt cheated when the council spent their money on a new street light in their neighborhood. (Points : 1) Question 8. 8. Choose the sentence that correctly matches verb tenses. (Points : 1) Question 9. 9The police, on the hunt for a gang of thieves, thought they had been clever by hiding in an ice cream truck. (Points : 1)


Question 10. 10. The congregation was delighted with their new bus and sang its praises at the Wednesday night supper. (Points : 1) ==============================================

ENG 121 week 4 Discussion 1 Revision Versus Editing

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com ENG 121 week 4 discussion 1 Revision Versus Editing Revision Versus Editing. Your first post for this discussion thread is due on Thursday, Day 3 of this week. Your responses to your classmates are due on Monday, Day 7. Prepare: As you prepare to write your first discussion for this week, take a few moments to: • Read Chapter 9 of Essentials of College Writing. • Review the Grading Rubric for this discussion. Reflect: Take time to reflect on writing as a process—how ideas develop through the use of language, and the changing of that language. Reflect on the differences between revising and editing as described in the textbook. Write: In your initial post for this discussion • Discuss the key differences between revising and editing. • Provide an example of what a writer does when revising, and what a writer does when editing. • Explain how much time you believe a writer should spend on each task and why.


• Include a question you have about the content of the assigned reading for the week. Your initial post must be 200 to 300 words in length and posted by Day 3. Support your claims with examples from the required material(s) and/or other scholarly sources, and properly cite any references as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 4 Journal Summarizing

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Journal Entry – Summarizing. This week, you continue writing your journal entries. This journal is designed to give you practice in academic writing, which is very different from the personal essay writing that you have been practicing. Academic writing entails making a point and supporting that point with information from a reputable source. There are three ways to support a point with information from a source: quoting, paraphrasing, or summarizing. This week, you will practice summarizing a source and citing that source in your journal entry. Please be sure to read and review the ―Example Journal Entry – Summarizing‖ document, which describes how to integrate quotations. Please note that the journal assignment should not be confused with a personal journal. This activity requires organization, effective stylistics and grammar, and proper source incorporation. It is not a free-writing or reflective writing exercise. Both of the personal essays we have read this week, ―Fish Cheeks‖ and ―Consider the Lobster,‖ use narrative and/or descriptive elements (refer to sections 6.3 and 6.4 in the text), and each has a clear purpose. Choose one of the essays assigned this week to write about. In 250 to 500 words:


State the purpose of the essay. Describe one literary element being used in the essay (refer to sections 6.3 and 6.4). Explain why you think that literary element is used well by the writer. Incorporate a summary of the essay. Cite the essay. Explain how you plan to use the literary element in your personal essay. As you are writing this journal entry, please pay attention to the areas that you struggled with in your ―Grammar Assessment‖ quiz and ―Practice Essay‖ assignment. When submitting your journal entry, make sure to: Proofread your work for errors in grammar, mechanics, and style. Format the journal according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Sample APA Title Page for guidelines on formatting a title page in APA style. Provide an in text citation for the section of the essay you summarize. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Comprehensive APA Reference List Models for guidelines on in text citations in APA style. Provide a reference for the essay you summarize. Refer to the Ashford Writing Center’s Citation and Reference Guide for guidelines on citing sources in APA style. Perform a word count check to make sure the journal is 250 to 500 words in length. Save the document as a Microsoft Word or compatible .doc or .docx file. Use a naming convention that includes your last name, week number, and the assignment number (e.g., smith_w2_a1.doc). ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 4 Quiz (2 Set)


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com ENG 121 Week 4 Quiz 1. Question : Charlotte Bronte begins her novel Jayne Eyre with the following sentence: ―there was no possibility of taking a walk that day‖ (p. 1). 2. Question : John asked his assistant, What time is our meeting with the sales team? 3. Question : In The Writer in All of Us, author June Gould (1989) tells writers that the process of revising an essay allows them to ―see with new eyes.‖ (p. 121). 4. Question : In his non-fiction book On Writing, Stephen King writes, ―Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work.‖ (2000). 5. Question : In Strength to Love, Martin Luther King Jr. (1963) writes, ―the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy‖. 6. Question : In ―Twelve Time Management Habits to Master in 2013,‖ Pat Brans (2013) suggests ―set aside time to think about what lies ahead, and face all problems as soon as you can.‖ 7. Question : The assistant asked Louise, ―will you attend the dinner on Friday?‖ 8. Question : Noted stock analyst Chicken Little announced, ―The sky is falling‖. 9. Question : ―To thine own self be true‖, says Polonius to Hamlet in Shakespeare’s tragic play. 10. Question : In the textbook, Essentials of College English, Kathy Sole and Christine Connell (2010) assert that ―good writers are


generally not born; they are made,‖ and she offers helpful strategies for approaching the writing process. ENG 121 Week 4 Quiz Set 2 Question 1. 1. In his non-fiction book On Writing, Stephen King writes, ―Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work.‖ (2000). Question 2. 2. In the textbook, Essentials of College English, Kathy Sole and Christine Connell (2010) assert that ―good writers are generally not born; they are made,‖ and she offers helpful strategies for approaching the writing process Question 3. 3. Charlotte Bronte begins her novel Jayne Eyre with the following sentence: ―there was no possibility of taking a walk that day‖ Question 4. 4 Noted stock analyst Chicken Little announced, ―The sky is falling‖. Question 5. 5. John asked his assistant, What time is our meeting with the sales team? Question 6. 6. ―To thine own self be true‖, says Polonius to Hamlet in Shakespeare’s tragic play. Question 7. 7. In The Writer in All of Us, author June Gould (1989) tells writers that the process of revising an essay allows them to ―see with new eyes.‖ Question 8. 8. In Strength to Love, Martin Luther King Jr. (1963) writes, ―the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy‖? Question 9. 9. The assistant asked Louise, ―will you attend the dinner on Friday?‖ Question 10. 10. In ―Twelve Time Management Habits to Master in 2013,‖ Pat Brans (2013) suggests ―set aside time to think about what lies ahead, and face all problems as soon as you can.‖? ==============================================


ENG 121 Week 5 Discussion 1 Two Options

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Describe the main areas of your paper that you need to work on as well as areas that your reviewers felt you did well on? How will/did you remedy any weakness in your paper Did your reviewer feel you did a solid addressing your purpose in the personal essay? Did you effectively reach your audience why? Or why not? ==============================================

ENG 121 Week 5 Final Essay Personal Essay

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com In Week Three, you wrote a personal essay draft in which you ¡ Described a person, place, or object that has special meaning in your life; or


· Described a particular moment or occurrence in your life that had special meaning to you. This week, you will complete this draft and turn in your final personal essay. Be sure to utilize one of the writing patterns described in Chapter 6. The personal essay must be at least 1000 words (not including the title page). Your essay must include: A clear thesis statement in the introductory paragraph. Specific details about the person, place, object, or event so that readers can visualize the subject and/or feel present in the story (i.e., your essay should be specific and appeal to the five senses). A conclusion paragraph. As you are writing this essay, please pay attention to the areas that you struggled with in the Grammar Assessment and Practice Essay. Please also incorporate your instructor’s feedback on your journal assignments, your Week Three draft, and from throughout this course. When submitting your Personal Essay, make sure to: Proofread your work for errors in grammar, mechanics, and style. Check that the essay is at least 1000 words. Include a title page with the following: a. Title of paper b. Student’s name c. Course name and number d. Instructor’s name e. Date submitted Begin the essay with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement. Address the topic of the paper with critical thought. End with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis. Format the essay according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Save the document as a Microsoft Word or compatible .doc or .docx file. Use a naming convention that includes your last name, week number, and the assignment number (e.g., smith_w5_a1.doc). ==============================================


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For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com ENG 121 Week 1 Pre Quiz ENG 121 Week 1 Quiz Grammar Assessment ENG 121 Week 1 DQ 1 Reading Stra...

ENG 121 Education Begins/snaptutorial.com  

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com ENG 121 Week 1 Pre Quiz ENG 121 Week 1 Quiz Grammar Assessment ENG 121 Week 1 DQ 1 Reading Stra...

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