For this essay you will choose a particular occasion or event and use this to connect to a topic upon you wish to reflect.
Remember, the majority of your essay should be devoted to reflection, NOT retelling this event or occasion.
You may use the following to develop your topic; narration, comparing and contrasting, speculating about the implications of the event/occasion, analyzing, examples, description, cause and effect. Earning Money is Difficult.
Try to maintain topical coherence by making clear the connections between your ideas or insights. Sometimes you can do this through repetition of a key idea or theme, similar to staples (language of fear), Jennings (stories of scars), Haines (body image). Earning Money is Difficult.
To prepare for this essay please follow these directions carefully. Earning Money is Difficult.
- First brainstorm for an idea. Free write for 5-10 minutes, then look at what you have written. Next follow the steps on pages 175-178 in your book.
- After you have done this, look and reread what you have written. Earning Money is Difficult.
Your essay will be graded on the following criteria:
- Brainstorming and prewriting activities
- Choice of topic (some are better than others!) remember your audience!
- Thesis statement
- Development of ideas (examples narration, contrast and comparison, description, etc.)
- Vocabulary, spelling, grammar, mechanics
Chapter portfolio will contain:
- Brainstorming, draft 1 and final draft
- Peer review (the one you wrote for your partner)
- Reflection (1-2 pages typed double spaced) p.182
Earning Money is Difficult
Everything in the world revolves around money. Essentially, money is life because
without money you cannot survive in the contemporary world. Unless you are among the
Amazonian tribes living deep in the Amazon forest and with zero contact to the outside world,
then you know the value of money. Money serves different purposes. It is a store of value, a unit
of exchange, an acceptable medium of payment and settling debt, and many other purposes
(Mankiw, 2007). While one can blow a 100 dollar bill within one visit to the store, earning the
bill takes many hours of hard work. Through personal experience, I have learned that earning
money is perhaps the most difficult thing in this life……
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