Essay #2 Prompt收件箱marcielle brandler上午8:32 (8小时前)发送至 marcielle英语中文 翻译邮件对英语停用Remember that if you cannot find the book, then just find any source on the topic and use that. Put it on your Works C and quote it.Prof.BEssay #2 . Never Give In Experiments & Responses 1000 words, MLA.You must answer this question: How can we apply an idea that the author discusses? You must quote from the book at least once and cite your source. Make a “Works Cited” page. Any sources that you quote or paraphrase should be listed on your ”Works Cited” page and cited in the text. The book you are discussing must be on the “Works Cited” page. Please number your quotation in pen or pencil in the marginProfessor Brandler appears in Who’s Who, author of four books. Marcielle and Sylvesterhttps://marciellepresents09.wordpress.com/https://englishwithmarcielle.wordpress.com/Important corrections for all essays收件箱marcielle brandler上午8:27 (8小时前)发送至 marcielle英语中文 翻译邮件对英语停用Hi, Everyone.Here are several comments I write on student essays. There might be personal notes to former students.They may help.Prof. Brandler Talk about whatever you have learned from the book and follow the prompt Keep a record of all your grades and credits. Humans interact with each other on a day to day (day-to-day acts as an adjective to the word “basis.” See Fun with Grammar “Hypens” chapter) basis. At the end of each chapter, there is a meaningful short quote (quotation. To quote is a verb. Everyone, even teachers, use this incorrectly) from Tavis Smiley which is a life lesson from that chapter. causes many people to give up trying and forsake the dreams they have for their life, (lives. Their lives is plural) World War 2 Nathaniel Simmons, Ph.D.You’ll need to follow APA’s guidelines for acronym usage. The first time you write out World World II include parentheses afterwards to share what acronym you will use throughout the remainder of your writing. Do this for all acronyms you use. For example:In World World II (WWII), etc. etc. etc…https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-write-out-WWII-in-APA-format#:~:text=As%20the%20APA%20Publication%20Manual%20recommends%20following%20the,views%20View%201%20Upvoter%20%C2%B7%20Answer%20requested%20by This outburst resulted in Smiley(Smiley’s possessive= gerund. Many people do not know how to use gerunds) reaching for independence and finding his own, personal way, to obtain the things he desired. Comments for essays Hi. I need to add all the people on the wait list, before I can add other students such as you. If you are willing to wait for about 2 weeks until after The semester begins and students drop, you MIGHT be able to add. I would not do it, but you can try. Best to reach me at email@example.com and say you are with Mt SAC 1C or whatever the class is and the Semester I only visit this email box on Sundays. MB Late Essays: Hi, _____The Homework can be the grade I cross out. Zooms are not required. I can accept one late essay- Essay #2. As I said in many emails, you don’t need the book. You could have found info online and used that. Okay? MB I can cross out this grade. Do lthe homework and come to Wed 10 am zooms if possible words including your name, mine, Works Cited, and date Remember I only go to Pierce mail box on Sundays. For some reason my Canvas answers never reach the students. But hotmail Mon/Wed/Fri and some Sundays. Please say which class you are in inside the text box Ex: Eng 101 or Eng 1A (Source? Where did you get this info? -1/4) By liking the picture, you (we. You is too informal) are manipulated to think ‘if I like this post,… (How does the author handle the topic? That is the assignment.) How can we apply the idea that the ( what author of what? Introduce and summarize your source in first paragraph)) He compiles life experiences in his book, where (experiences are not locations. Say “in which”) No essay I hope to be able to Exclude you from the class, but, you should drop in order to avoid receiving an F grade, which you can make up later, but which will lower your overall grade for a time. I don’t know if the system will let me do it. Good luck, Like I have said many times: I cannot do Google Docs or attachments. It is so hard to copy and paste this. Like I said in many emails: Better to put in the body of an email I had to open then edit, then copy and then Paste, then make it double space. Whew! The author Stephen Mansfield wrote tremendously on Winston Churchill and giving you (Learn Parallel Structure which we discussed) a full background and understanding of Churchill. As quoted in Churchills(‘s) 1941 infamous (infamous is negative) speech “never give in, This was not for homework. It was just a way to help you write your essays. This was copied from: I certainly hope you did not cheat on any other work. It would be very sad, if you had. I would rather see students struggle and earn (work for) a C, than Just use someone else’s work and get all A’s. Those “A’s” are not their own. MB Fail Up Analysis Essay (Make your own title. This is the assignment title) Article titles in quotation marks. In this article Against Schools Highlight quotations you want me to count: The author even questioned: “Do people need education?” Aug 5 Wed There is no worksheet. Just make up your own quotation. It is in Fun with Grammar, but not required. M You summarize what the book talks about, but you don’t Analyze the structure of his argument? How does the author use the Rhetorical Forms, like Narration etc.,? but he was able to not become (to avoid becoming) a statistic Way too many language errors and slang. This looks like a first draft. You need always To do at least 5 complete drafts The book, “The Alchemist,” ( Italics for books, magazines, tv shows, movies, and newspapers, not quotation marks), (OK) Problem words and phrases in red Essay #3 You need three (3) outside sources -1 , and you must quote each one at least once -3 You have no Works Cited page -1 Totals -5 = F, but I will give a 1=D for some effort. MB In this book the author addresses all (plural) the values and principles that he believes was (were plural) an important element and guiding force in Winston Churchill’s life and success. Tavis (Use author’s last name.) In this (this right here? Say in the book or in his book) book, The Alchemist, Throughout the entirety of the book, you (avoid “you”. Say we, readers, or people.) Despite the troubles in 1894 at the age of 20 Churchill graduated from Sandhurst as the top 10%. (Say ten percent. Never end or begin a sentence with a symbol.) (Was Mansfield effective in telling the story? That is the assignment. Not just a summary) The schooling system is a good starting point, in my opinion,(Keep yourself out of the essay. Say people might feel… or This writer, meaning you, feels…) Mansfield uses this quote (So many people use the word “quote” incorrectly.)to explore and convey the idea that Mansfield was often neglected by his parents in a sense. The following year would be difficult for Churchill as he must ( would have to face. You are changing tense from future subjunctive to present tense) face the death of his father and Mrs. Everest. He would tell his friends to not read the book. (not to read. Keep to and read together otherwise it is a “split infinitive” verb) Though he had been kept in the dark about his father’s illness to his passing, he (the father or Winston? You are referring to two males here) (Tell more about Santiago’s personality= the assignment) about 18-year-old Shepard(spelling)-boy, While not everyone cannot (awkward, not everyone can) be born as a natural leader, (present tense) (Now you move to past tense. Stay in one tense) Ex: Full of fear and doubt, he seeks advice from a gypsy and an odd old man who claims (present tense, then later you change to past tense. Stay in one tense, unless there is a reason to change) to be the King of Salem who reaffirm him that he must go to Egypt to find the treasure. Ready to risk it all, Santiago eventually decides to sell his herd and head on a quest to find the treasure he has dreamed of. Before, heading to his quest, Santiago hesitates. The odd old man gave him the (Fragment) There were quite a few occasions where (in which. Ocassions are not locations, where) This book takes us from the rough childhood and the learning disabilities of Churchill to him(his= Gerund. Gerunds are tricky.) Eric (Last name is more formal) . Even though Santiago was 18 years old, he continued his journey because of his amazing characteristics of never giving up, kind-hearted, and not breaking his promises. (Good idea but learn Parallel structure) But in searching for parental devotion and approval that ought to have been his, Winston collided with the steely arm of heartless rejection.” (Great choice of quotation and it is great the way you lead up to it) (Mansfield, 1995. Pg. 87) During his journey, the author states that Santiago hires a thief who was posing as a “guide.” (stay in one tense) your essay has been copied from other sites with no credit. Watch that. It is a pretty high percentage. 4=A in essay #1 I will be more strict about your (Gerund) taking info from sites without giving them credit. As I have said many times, the best way to reach me is at firstname.lastname@example.org and put Eng 28 in the regarding box. Prof. Brandler He has all the traits that we need to become a better person. Honesty, integrity, and compassion being the main 3 (three. Use words when you begin or end a sentence and also when you use single-digit numbers) . even though it was tough (sort of informal so say difficult) for him to see it at first. You live in a body. It is important to surround yourself with positive thoughts when trying to heal your body. (Avoid saying “you” when possible. Say “we” or “people”) Language issues. Correct the below: 1. I will try and convince her to go with us. 2. Everyone is not here. English 28 Prompts All essays are 800 words with a Bibliography Essay #2 Lessons in the novel, The Alchemist . 1. Introduce the book and author 2. Choose one or more lessons from the book. 3. Introduce the lesson/s. 4. State your main point about that lesson. Topic sentence. Underline this. 5. Find places in the book that prove your point, and put them in your essay. 6. Ouote once from the book, and add your thoughts to that quotation to expand on it. Underline this. 7. Make an interesting ending. 8. Make a Bibliography with the book on it. See FWG p 86 “Works cited Page” which is basically the same as a Bibliography. Also OWL at Purdue University and our campus website. +4 101 Trump Compares Himself to Churchill JO Janette Ortiz <email@example.com> Tue 9/22/2020 9:16 PM To: You Janette Ortiz Professor Brandler English 101 22 September 2020 Trump Compares Himself to Churchill I feel that President Donald Trump has not been handling the situation of Covid-19 correctly. I understand why he may have not wanted to react to the virus in order to not cause panic which in fact was a smart move because at a time like this people panicking would have only made it worse. But his ignorance for how serious the virus was just not a respectable action. He tried to justify why he did what he did which is a valid reasoning, but he did it in a careless way. Leading people to think he doesn’t care about the public. Trump’s rallies are unacceptable because he preaches one thing yet does the other. He tried justifying why he didn’t give much attention to Covid-19, saying that it is a serious matter. Yet his rallies are not following guidelines. In addition, he uses a Winston Churchill quote to persuade the audience to believe what he is saying. He also used the quotes incorrectly and when Winston Churchill said those quotes, he was transparent with the audience of what was happening during that time. And in this case President Donald Trump wasn’t being transparent he was hiding the truth from the public. Welcome to English 1A Winter 2021 Dear Students. Welcome to English 1A. I prefer that you contact me through firstname.lastname@example.org which I check every day. Send me your work inside an email here too. I only check the campus email on Sundays. You do not need to go to Canvas at all, if you don’t want to. I have posted all this info there and will try to post grades there. BUT The I will answer your emails when you send me your essays and will reply with your graded essay and your grade. That is the most efficient way. We will work hard and hopefully, have fun too. I love to see you on Zoom, where we will go over grammar and homework and where you can ask me questions, but it is not required that you show up. Please keep a record of your essay grades and homework credit. I wish I could see you in person. Prof. Brandler Semester dates: Jan 4- Feb 14 Below are: Essay due dates, Welcome note, Zoom invitation, Syllabus, Essay Prompts, Grading Rubric Essay due dates: Essay #1 for 4 points Jan 15 Fri Essay #2 for 4 points Jan 22 Fri Essay #3 for 4 points Jan 29 Fri Essay #4 for 8 points Feb 12 Fri #5 Homework for 49 + by the end of the semester for 4 points Hi,Everyone. This email has info you can find in Canvas, but I know some of you might not have access to Canvas, so here is the important info for you. We will have fun while we work hard. If you see that you cannot do the work, please drop asap, so you don’t get an F at the end of the semester. We will have Zooms at 10 am every Wednesday. One of the The fastest way to reach me is at this email: email@example.com Prof. BrandlerZoom link below every Wed at 10 am – 10:30 am not required but very see the new Zoom link I sent a few days agoSyllabus, Essay #1 Prompt, homework, and how to begin the essay all below English 1A Mt San Antonio College Winter 2021 Mentors in Literature Course Information Freshman Composition – ENGL 1A 20 CRN: 30866 Duration: Jan 04, 2021 – Feb 14, 2021 Status: Open Critical Dates Start Date: 04-JAN-21 End Date: 14-FEB-21 Last Date to add class: 06-JAN-21 Last Date to drop with a refund: 06-JAN-21 Last Date to drop without a “EW”: 10-JAN-21 Last Date to drop with a “EW”: 27-JAN-21 Census Date: 11-JAN-21 Last Date to Drop for No-Show : 06-JAN-21 Zooms are every Wednesday at 10 am throughout the semester. Zooms are not required but greatly encouraged. (No Zoom Sept 2) Instructor: Marcielle Brandler email: firstname.lastname@example.org CRN: __30866___ Office time Mom/Wed/Fri and some Mon – Thurs Sundays. 7 am to 10 am Best email: email@example.com Required Texts: Paperbacks, Pdf’s, Library books, or Ebooks are fine Never Give In: The Extraordinary Character of Winston Churchill , by Stephen Mansfield (Links to an external site.) Fail Up: 20 Lessons on Building Success from Failure (Links to an external site.) , by Tavis Smiley (Links to an external site.) Fun with Grammar: A Workbook for All of Us, FWG ), Marcielle Brandler Recommended: Any good grammar book by Holt, Diana Hacker, or other author. English 1A is a foundation course in critical reading, writing, and thinking skills required of those students who intend to transfer to a university and to obtain their degrees. Through their reading of selected prose works and articles, students learn to identify problems, examine possible solutions, recognize unstated assumptions, appraise evidence, evaluate arguments, draw inferences, and test conclusions. Through their writing, students learn to analyze, synthesize, organize information logically, and propose original ideas. Prerequisite: Students must have passed English 68 or tested into this class in order to take it. Course Requirements and Expectations: Students are required to be on time for class, turn in all essays on time, work in groups, and complete all reading assignments. There will be 3 essays of 1,000 words each, and a Final Research Essay of 2,000 words of text, not including Works Cited page with six cited and quoted sources. Homework, in-class work, and quizzes count as one grade. There will be a total of five grades listed in the grade book. This includes the Homework grade. Participation: In-class participation is vital to your success; therefore, students should complete all reading and writing assignments for the day that they are due. Grading Method: I will use the letter grading method wherein grades will reflect the following interpretation: 4=A 3=B 2=C 1=D 0=F. STUDENTS MUST EARN A GRADE OF C OR HIIGHER IN ORDER TO PASS THIS COURSE. Grading Process Each essay gets points: 4 points =A 3 points =B 2 points =C 1 point =D 0 points=F. Students are marked down for various errors. A few of them are:-1 for not following the assignment (Ex: not analyzing the text); -1 for normal grammar errors; -2 for very egregious errors; -1 for each required thing missing, such as a quotation that should be in the essay or a missing source for the Bibliography; -1/2 if a student says any form of “you” or “I” that is not in a quotation; -1/4 if a book, film, or other title is not correctly italicized or placed in quotation marks. The EnglishWithMarcielle website “Titles” page shows how to create titles. Sample essays by Brandler’s actual students on the site among many helpful pages. Sample entry in gradebook: Student Name Essays Final Essay Homework Average the grades Essay numbers 1 2 3 4/4 5 Mary Smith 2 3 3 4/4 4 = 20 divided by 6 = 3.3 = B in the class. The six grades are each 1/6th of the final grade. Homework Grades are given plusses (+) which add up to a final Homework grade. All homework must add up to a total of 48 points. The four Partner Sheets are 4 points each: Homework Grades: 64-49 = A 48-33 = B 32-17 = C 16-0 = D. STUDENTS MUST EARN A GRADE OF C OR HIIGHER IN ORDER TO PASS THIS COURSE. We hope to have weekly Zooms for all of us scheduled ahead of time. Makeup work: For each class meeting that a graded essay is late, the grade will be lowered one grade. One day late cannot get higher than a B, and so on. Excused work is the exception. Conferences: Professor Brandler will be meeting with students confidentially to discuss your work and any other issues you need to see me about. This can be through email. We will have class Zooms. Students with personal issues: Students in this category should see professor privately and confidentially. This can be through email. We will have class Zooms. Students with Learning or any other Disabilities: Reasonable alternative assignments will be developed for students with documented learning disabilities based on recommendations in the diagnostic evaluation. Valid documentation involves educational testing and a diagnosis from a licensed clinical psychologist or psychiatrist. The instructor and the DSPS office should be advised of the disability as soon as possible. Plagiarism: DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! Plagiarism is intentionally or knowingly representing the words, ideas, or work of another as your own. Students who commit plagiarism will be given an F and referred to the Dean of Academic Affairs. Drops: (You fill this in)_____________ is the last day to drop in order to avoid receiving an Adds: This class must be added on or before the first day of class. Students must attend the first day of class to remain enrolled. Disruptive students: Students who interrupt lectures, enter and exit the classroom during class for non-emergencies, talk excessively, text or use cell phones in any way, or otherwise interfere with the harmonious atmosphere of the class will be considered disruptive. These students will be warned once. The next disruption will result in the student’s being asked to leave, not to return until two class meetings later. A letter will be sent to the Student Life Office ((ECS76031), and will be filed in the student’s record. This includes student’s harassment of the professor over a grade. Modest dress is expected as well. Indecent exposure in the classroom is distracting and disturbing. VisitTitle IX, Sexual Harrassment information: info/10-Key-Areas-of-Title-IX/Sexual-Harassment.aspx”>http://www.titleix.info/10-Key-Areas-of-Title-IX/Sexual-Harassment.aspx (Links to an external site.) Student learning outcomes (SLOs) Students will write an essay in which they synthesize information from a variety of sources. Students will apply MLA format for citing and documenting sources. Final Exam: The Final Exam is the final Research Essay which will count as two graded essays. Important Note: Always bring your books to class unless otherwise instructed. Always take good notes! Severe weather cancels class. Course Measurable Objectives: Analyze and evaluate topics for written assignments. Analyze and evaluate academic models in order to construct logical, correct, and complete outlines. Write coherent, correct essays. Write a coherent, correct library research paper. Develop critical/analytical skills for the evaluating, editing, and rewriting of essays. Use the rhetorical patterns in appropriate, pure, or combined form. Course Objectives: http://www.mtsac.edu/instruction/business/courses/others/engl1a.html (Links to an external site.) See “Prompts.”below for all essays. All homework due with first draft or essay Final Exam Date and time: The last Thursday of semester on Canvas or by email. I will not accept late work at all on this date. Good luck to you. You worked hard. Essay #4 Final Essay due Research. Combine the two books we read and discuss them. How do these two books complement each other? See the Prompt You are a winner! You made it this far. You can average your grades to see what you are getting so far. The grade you earned is what you created. Blaming the professor because YOU did not do A work, is NOT the professor’s fault. If you got an A, you created that too. Thanking the professor is also a moot point. Students who harass the professor (who try to negotiate their grades and repeatedly ask to have it change or redo work after the deadline, about a grade change, will be docked one grade point. If there is a technical error, the professor will be happy to fix it. The homework grades will be added up and included as one grade. Homework will be given weekly by email and on Canvas 6. English 1A Assignment Requirements For all essays, the format guidelines are listed below: 1,000-word essay, except for Final Essay, which is 2,000 words. MLA format. Works Cited page. Quotations cited properly. 1 quotation from the piece we are reading for Essays #1-3. If you say “you” or “I” in any form not quoted in any essay you will get ¼ point off for the first time you do each. Stay OBJECTIVE and FORMAL. No slang or curse words unless you are quoting. Get help in the Writing Center and have your tutor initial your draft for credit which may help a borderline final grade. You will write essays critiquing authors we have read in class from this section. Take good notes in lectures. Look for symbols, repeated themes, plot, setting, character, meaning or moral, author’s intention, social, biographical, and historical background. What do reviewers, family members, critics, and historians say? Begin writing immediately, so you have a good chance to do well. Read each piece BEFORE the day we discuss it. Write your comments and questions. As you read, identify any symbols, foreshadowing in the story, the author’s purpose, audience, effectiveness, and style. Look up info on the author and the story, why s/he wrote the story and the social context in which it was written, etc. Take good notes in class. Ask questions and share your thoughts. Ask yourself how you feel about the characters and their actions or about the piece and its meanings. How are the characters similar to the author and his family, etc.? Do your own research on symbols. Google is helpful in this. Think about how WORDS are symbols in themselves, and do some research on the meanings of symbols. Wikipedia, YouTube, QuoteGarden, BrainyQuote are not considered primary sources, but can be your extra sources. Note: In all the essays, when you quote, mention the source and page number, so the professor can easily find it. To quote=verb. A quotation = noun. Reminder: Partner Sheets available on the EnglishWithMarcielle site and in Fun with Grammar , by Brandler. It can help make up for ½ grade point, if you do all four Partner Sheets . Also use the campus site, and OWL at Purdue University. Essay Prompts You can never use sources like Wikipedia or BrainyQuote, Twitter, study guide sites, or Instagram. They can be your extra sources. Use sources which the professor can count. All sources must be researchable. Always introduce the books and your topic. See EnglishwithMarcielle for ideas and sample student essays. Essay #1 Never Give In Analysis 1000 words, MLA Write an essay discussing the ideas in the book and your response to them. You must quote from the book at least once and cite your source. Create a “Works Cited” page. It is required that you review what the author says in his book. The is a review/critique. Introduce the author and the book in the first paragraph. The book you are discussing must be on the “Works Cited” page. Please number your quotation in pen or pencil in the margin, so professor can easily find it. Essay #2 . Never Give In Experiments & Responses 1000 words, MLA.You must answer this question: How can we apply an idea that the author discusses? You must quote from the book at least once and cite your source. Make a “Works Cited” page. Any sources that you quote or paraphrase should be listed on your ”Works Cited” page and cited in the text. The book you are discussing must be on the “Works Cited” page. Please number your quotation in pen or pencil in the margin, so professor can easily find it. Essay #3 Book Analysis/Critique of Ideas in Fail Up 1000 words, MLA. What was the author’s journey and what did he do to succeed? Be specific. If you like, you can find information on how mentors/coaches/leaders change people, and show how those mentors and initiation into true manhood compare to Dan’s mentor and initiation. You must quote three (3) outside sources (meaning- not Fail Up or the other books we read). Quote once per source. Cite them correctly. Create a “Works Cited” page, and include Fail Up. Please highlight your quotations, so professor can easily find them. The book you are discussing must be on the ”Works Cited” page. ____________________________________________________________ Essay #4 Research. Combine the two books we read and discuss them. How do these two books complement each other? (for 2 grades) Find information on the topic, and draft your thoughts accordingly. Requirements: MLA 2,000 words Four (4) sources cited properly. Two must be from scholarly journals. One must be from a book we have not read, and one can be any accepted source (See text above “Essay Prompts”). “Works Cited” page. Include the books you are discussing. Quote once from each outside source. Please number your quotations in right margin with a pen or pencil. 8. Professor will share information about authors, etc. You should begin your research right away, and read the book BEFORE we begin this section, so you will understand the lectures. You can use your notes in your essay, but it is better to find your own information. You can discuss author’s biography, his/her stories, current events and attitudes of his/her times, historical perspectives, position in society, and anything else that shed light on his writing. You may quote from his movies, tv shows, and comments you find, and from what others have said of these authors and their ideas. All sources must be researchable. On Bibliography To cite, not quote Book you are comparing Book 1 Original Source Book you are comparing Book 2 Original Source —————————– – ——– Outside Sources which you must quote ———————— – — On Bibliography To cite and quote Book Book Any Any Scholarly Journal Scholarly Journal Scholarly Journal Scholarly Journal You will have a total of 6 sources on your “Works Cited” or “Bibliography” page. Professor subtracts at least one point for every source not quoted and for every source not cited inside the essay and on the “Works Cited” page. Reminder: “Partner Sheets” and sample essays available on English with Marcielle site. For more info, visit: https://englishwithmarcielle . wordpress.com/ (Links to an external site.) When divided by 5, the below are the final grades. We add up the 5 remaining grades, then average them out. See chart below: _________ 13= 2.6 C 12= 2.4 C 11= 2.2 C 10= 2 C 9= 1.8 C _________ Total = Final grade ________ 8= 1.6 D 7= 1.4 D 6= 1.2 D 5= 1.0 D 4= 0.8 D _______ 3= 0.6 F 19- 3.8 A__________ 18= 3.6 B 17= 3.4 B 16= 3.2 B 15= 3 B 14=2.8 B _________ This syllabus is subject to change for correction of errors and other issues. English 1A Essay #1Prompt. All Essay Requirements. Homework For all essays, the format guidelines are listed below: 1,000-word essay, except for Final Essay, which is 2,000 words. MLA format. Works Cited page. Quotations cited properly. 1 quotation from the piece we are reading for Essays #1-3. If you say “you” or “I” in any form not quoted in any essay you will get ¼ point off for the first time you do each. Stay OBJECTIVE and FORMAL. No slang or curse words unless you are quoting. Get help in the Writing Center and have your tutor initial your draft for credit which may help a borderline final grade. You will write essays critiquing authors we have read in class from this section. Take good notes in lectures. Look for symbols, repeated themes, plot, setting, character, meaning or moral, author’s intention, social, biographical, and historical background. What do reviewers, family members, critics, and historians say? Begin writing immediately, so you have a good chance to do well. Read each piece BEFORE the day we discuss it. Write your comments and questions. As you read, identify any symbols, foreshadowing in the story, the author’s purpose, audience, effectiveness, and style. Look up info on the author and the story, why s/he wrote the story and the social context in which it was written, etc. Take good notes in class. Ask questions and share your thoughts. Ask yourself how you feel about the characters and their actions or about the piece and its meanings. How are the characters similar to the author and his family, etc.? Do your own research on symbols. Google is helpful in this. Think about how WORDS are symbols in themselves, and do some research on the meanings of symbols. Wikipedia, YouTube, QuoteGarden, BrainyQuote are not considered primary sources, but can be your extra sources. Note: In all the essays, when you quote, mention the source and page number, so the professor can easily find it. To quote=verb. A quotation = noun. Reminder: Partner Sheets available on the EnglishWithMarcielle site and in Fun with Grammar , by Brandler. It can help make up for ½ grade point, if you do all four Partner Sheets . Also use the campus site, and OWL at Purdue University. Essay Prompts You can never use sources like Wikipedia or BrainyQuote, Twitter, study guide sites, or Instagram. They can be your extra sources. Use sources which the professor can count. All sources must be researchable. Always introduce the books and your topic. See EnglishwithMarcielle for ideas and sample student essays. Essay #1 Never Give In Analysis 1000 words, MLA Write an essay discussing the ideas in the book and your response to them. You must quote from the book at least once and cite your source. Create a “Works Cited” page. It is required that you review what the author says in his book. The is a review/critique. Introduce the author and the book in the first paragraph. The book you are discussing must be on the “Works Cited” page. Please number your quotation in pen or pencil in the margin, so professor can easily find it. Homework: Do any of the following for +4 credit for each one> There will be plenty of homework, so don’t worry if you don’t do all of the below work: Annoucement #2 Homework Trust the Process Video This video is for students and writers who might get “writer’s block” when they cannot think of anything to say about an assigned topic. Do what the video tells you to do. +4 Allow yourself to generate ideas on the topic at hand, and just scribble them onto your paper, computer, or phone. You will be surprised at all the wonderful and colorful ideas you get. Trust the process Feb 2017 (Links to an external site.) Just to help you with MLA style of writing: https://owl.purdue . edu/owl/research_and_citation / mla_style/mla_formatting_and _ style_guide/mla_general _ format.html (Links to an external site.). Basically, it is double space with the same margins all computers set up. For Homework credit: 4+ Watch the Assignment title:“Trust the Process” film here: https:/ / englishwithmarcielle . wordpress.com/trust-the – process/ (Links to an external site.)
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The truth behind great leaders
(Who? Say it in your first words Mansfield was born in America in 1958. He is fond of writing about modern culture, history, and people’s issues. He remained a pastor for almost 22 years. (Start essay here with Stephen Mansfiels’s )His famous book “Never Give in: The Extraordinary Character of Winston Churchill” ( Italics for books, magazines, tv shows, movies, and newspapers, not quotation marks),has fallen (fallen or appeared?)in the Time-best (What?) seller category list. This book is written on American great statesman “Winston Churchill” (Why quotation marks for Churchill’s name?) who is known to be a conservative and has (He is dead now. Say “had remained”) Learn your verb tenses.-1 Too many language errors already. Did you do a Partner Sheet?)remained Prime Minister of America for two times (1940-1945 and then 1951-1955).
Winston Churchill is considered to be the greatest leader of the 20th century. He was made a prime minister when the world was in a time of crisis which ultimately pouring more pressure on America than any other country as America had recently emerged as a superpower after playing a great role in both world wars. He had to deal with world war one, the Crisis of India, the Nazi Bombing of England, and much more. In fact, in world war the second, he was dealing with more crisis than any other politician was dealing with at that time in his political career. That is the reason why he is being called the greatest leader of the last century as all poles were in his favors (History Of Sir Winston Churchill – GOV.UK).(Where are the quotation marks? “History Of Sir Winston Churchill – GOV.UK“. )
The selected book is divided into three parts, which are, The legacy of leadership, The character of leadership, and the pillars of leadership. Each part has short chapters included in it which is the best thing as it helps readers to choose what part they want to read. These chapters are based on Churchill’s life lesson, his success, failures, political career, and turbulences.
Mansfield in his book, which is to be reviewed in this essay, presents Churchill as one of the best warriors, survivors, leaders, and a successful politician of all time. The ferocity on his face whenever he is dealing with the critical political situation is shown through the picture in his book. Like, for example, there is a picture in the book of Churchill with the Mayor of London where London’s Mayor is easily be seen as tensed and anxious as they were bombarded by Nazi groups while Churchill has a calm look as if he knew he would deal with that easily. He could only be satisfied with the beast otherwise he would struggle to achieve what he would desire. In the book, the writer explains this quality of Churchill with his quote “My tastes are simple; I am easily satisfied with the Best” (Mansfield 542)
Not only his political life but also Churchill’s personal life has been discussed by the writer. The writer talks about Churchill’s childhood, his relationship with his parents, and the struggling phase of his life. In his personal life, Churchill was bullied, felt alone in a crowd, managing money was a great struggle for him, his parents were distant, he was battling with depression and he had to face difficulties in his marital life as well. Before reading this book, one could imagine that this leader, who had so much in his pocket, never suffered in his personal life. As his parents were distant, Churchill knew how important was to have a complete family life. He tried to become a good father as his childhood was not like a typical childhood. He said, “Churchill was a devoted father and knew the importance of having a home and family life, “There is no doubt that it is around the family and the home that all the greatest virtues, the most dominating virtues of human society, are created, strengthened and maintained.” (Mansfield 721)
This book reveals the truth behind being a great leader, I.e., the book describes how one can have leadership qualities or what are the qualities be needed to be a great leader. These qualities can even help the present leaders to improve their skills as the world is still in a crisis time from a health point of view. Covid-19 has been spread all over the world and it has become so difficult for almost every nation including America to fight with it. So, this book can help those who need inspiration to combat problems head-on while bouncing back from the humiliation with the help of smart strategies.
This book also helps readers to improve their determination and practical qualities. It is written in the book that Churchill was voted out right after the end of world war two, but he remained determined to his goals and never gave up. There is an emphasis on the call of duty and how to be a better man. Winston Churchill himself quoted in the book as he once said, “Dread not when duty calls…stand erect and look the world in the face and do your duty without fear or favor.” (Mansfield 1042). Meaning thereby, he was an optimistic and opportunistic person who would believe in opportunities and hopes.
Churchill was very much a self-aware person who knew himself more than any other person. There was no lack of knowledge about his personality rather he was focused and sure as he knew what he ought to obtain. He was an honest statesman who was brutally determined and courageous. “Being in many ways a coward-and particularly at school-there is no ambition I cherish so keenly as to gain a reputation of personal courage.” (Mansfield 1431)
It would be unfair so that Winston Churchill was just a hard worker politician. Churchill was a fabulous writer too, In fact, he got a Nobel prize in Literature for his services to literature. He managed to publish his books which are more than 50 in the count. The writer also talks about the importance of hobbies in the eyes of Churchill; making him an all-rounder who used to appreciate almost all the positive things around him.
In a nutshell, it is stated that the world is still in a time of crisis and really in dire need of leadership like Churchill did in his career. He had qualities like empathy, gratitude, honesty, influencing others, and determination. The world can be a better place to live if ruled with full sincerity and honesty. Churchill was no doubt an exceptional leader of his time which is well described in Mansfield’s book.
Mansfield, Stephen. Never Give In. Cumberland House, 2003.
“History Of Sir Winston Churchill – GOV.UK“. Gov.Uk, 2021, https://www.gov.uk/government/history/past-prime-ministers/winston-churchill.
“History Of Sir Winston Churchill – GOV. UK”. Gov.Uk, 2021,https://www.gov.uk/government/history/past-prime-ministers/winston-churchill
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