His 204 Week 3 Assignment

Week 3 - Assignment 2 Final Paper Outline Review the Final Paper instructions in Week Five. Then, visit the Ashford Writing Center, within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation toolbar, and review the “Sample: Outline.” Format your outline for the Final Paper according to the “Sample: Outline.” ( NOTE: In the “Sample: Outline,” it states that the thesis statement is the last one to three sentences of the introduction.) The outline must contain:  Introduction with thesis statement  At least five body paragraphs  Conclusion  Reference page containing at least three academic resources, two of which are found in the Ashford Online Library Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment. Description : Total Possible Score : 5.00 Introduction/ Thesis Statement Total: 1.00 Distinguished - Thoroughly and comprehensively developed introduction and thesis statement, giving a clear direction and purpose of the paper. Proficient - Clearly developed introduction and thesis statement, giving some direction and purpose of the paper. Basic - Introduction and thesis statement are present, and somewhat give direction and purpose

Unformatted text preview: Which Road Are You On? The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side Erica Pickering ENG 125 Stephanie Miclot July 15, 2013 Which Road Are You On? I decided to choose the poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. I feel that this poem connected with me, and to previous situations that have happened in my life. This poem to me, reminds me of life in general. Life and all its choices, and hard decisions, and the growing up factor we all have to face, and all of life’s struggles. In this poem you are faced with two paths, one side would be the adult path, the more responsible, time to grow up path. The other side would be the immaturity side, the side you still want to be on because you don’t want to take responsibility for things. This poem was very visual, describing how both paths of this road looked, the scenery around them, and it was very descriptive. I love any literary work that can paint me a picture with its words. It always seems to make the reading easier. If I can’t paint myself a picture or with its words....
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