Composition - Discussion - Week6

Aug 16th, 2015
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Question description

Read: Refer to your outline and the feedback you received from your instructor. Additionally, be sure to review the readings and Connect activities. (Disregard this)

Reflect: Reflecting on your work in the course, begin writing your draft. (Portfolio Draft)

Posting your draft and Peer Review:  In this discussion, you will post a draft of your essay. Your draft should be at least two pages long. As a prelude to posting your draft, do cite your thesis. In your draft, use the review function to highlight your thesis and topic sentences. Refer to what you learned  and cite any activities that helped you to develop your thesis. After this, post a draft of your essay to this forum for feedback.

For this discussion, the draft you share with your peers needs to be at least two double-spaced pages in length. 

After posting your draft, you will perform one peer review in which you will complete the “Peer Review Template” 


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