hello, hope all is well. i have an essay due in the course money making. it should be no more then (1250) words , 12 point font, times new roman, double spaced.the rest of the instructions are in the attachment i uploaded. i have pasted some of the key aspects of this essay below. PLEASE, read the instructions first before contacting me. Thanks
Choose one of the first 3 units of the course. Write an essay.
State the “thesis” of the unit as a whole as you see it. (Each unit includes 2 readings for 2 weeks, 2 lectures).
• Describe the purpose of the unit; capture the gist of it in rich and clear prose.
The rest of the assignment should do the following things, but there is no prescribed order in which you must do them. You may choose to structure your analysis by discussing part 1 (i.e. Professor Koffman’s lecture and the reading for that week), then move on to discuss part 2 (the guest lecture + reading). You may choose to discuss both lectures first, then both readings. You may choose to structure your essay around a theme or two of your choosing. In other words, the structure of your essay is in your hands. I recommend explaining the structure of your essay to your reader.
Consider the readings for the unit: ! Inferthequestionthateachauthorofthereadingsoftheunitasks
i.e. state the problem that each reading attempts to solve / explore.
! Summarize the a n s w e r the author provided.
! Describe the e v i d e n c e she/he uses to support her/his answer. ! Makesureyouconnectthereadingsdirectlytowhatyoubelievewasthe“thesis”oftheunit.
Consider each lecture in the unit: • •
• Explain the argument(s) presented, and how they are related to the overall “thesis” of the unit. Discuss if/how the two lectures either complemented each other in terms of content and argument , how they contradicted one another, and/or how they approached the unit question in similar or different manners, as appropriate.
That is, synthesize the lectures into one discussion – put them into conversation with each other. How did they relate or not relate? (Be specific.) Identify one additional person that could be invited as another guest (if the unit had 3 weeks, rather than 2). • Supply a name, an institutional affiliation, and a brief justification for how/why that person could
she some new light on the question of the unit.
! Whatnewdimensiontotheunitdiscussionwouldyouhopethisguestwouldbring? ! Justify your selection by referring back to your summary / thesis / explanation of the point of the
The Technical Details & Helpful Tips:
Write 1250 words, in 12-point font (equivalent to Times New Roman), double-spaced pages (5). Write as much as you need to write to answer all of the questions above…
…then carefully figure out how to express it all in only 1250. Editing is magic.
Make sure to put your name, your student number, and your TAs name on your paper
The assignment is worth 10% of the course grade
Edit and re-edit your written work! Do n o t write in the “personal” voice.
“Exceptional” assignments will: Be inspiring. They’ll articulate the essence of the unit as a whole, and account for how the parts contributed to
Make clear that you’ve devoted concentrated thinking to the unit and the assignment. Be grammatically perfect and composed in compelling prose.
“Excellent” assignments will:
Hit all of the main points in the “The Assignment” section above.
Be flawlessly written. Evidence clear and careful thinking.
“Very Good” grade assignments will:
Do all of the above but without panache, precision, or superb writing. Evidence your critical capacity, your ability to synthesize a theme and variation materials.
“Good” grade assignments
• Do most of the things listed above, but not all.
“Competent” grade assignments will:
• Have either rich content but poor writing, or poor content with competent writing.
“Passing” grade assignments will:
Just barely satisfy the basic requirements and goals of the assignment. Have poor writing and poor content, but show that you did the assignment.
“Failing” grade assignments will:
• Miss the point of the assignment altogether with poor writing.