Playstation 4 vs. Xbox One, Expository Essay help

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Expository Essay based on grading rubric and the topic is -Why the Playstation 4 is better then a Xbox one.


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Expository Essay First Draft . Be sure that your draft is double-spaced and in 12 point, Times New Roman font. Instructions for Essay Markers *** Be sure you are on the correct tab in this spreadsheet! This is the First Draft Feedback tab!*** 1) Review the student essay. Create a Feedback Sheet for each student. Paste the essay into the Feedback Sheet. 2) See the Checklist below and decide whether each item should get credit (10 points) or no credit (0 points) by selecting the appropriate point value. 3) Copy the section of this spreadsheet bordered in red below and paste it at the end of the Feedback Sheet you have created for this student. 4) Open the Answer Key for this lesson and see the section called Comment and Feedback Starters -- Areas of Emphasis. Place the appropriate feedback into the Feedback Sheet for this student. Your score on the first draft of this essay: Your Score (out of 10) Criteria 10 The purpose of the expository essay—to convey information—is evident. 10 The voice sounds like a real person. 10 The topic is appropriate for an expository essay. 10 The essay has a thesis—either stated or implied. 10 The ideas and content of the essay support a main idea. 10 The essay has a clear beginning, middle, and end. 10 The essay has a logical progression of ideas. 10 Both the language and tone are appropriate for an expository essay. 10 The essay has a variety of sentence beginnings, lengths, and structures. 10 100 The essay has at least 500 words. Points earned on this essay (out of 100 points) Checklist for Expository Essay Evaluate first drafts on the basis of the rubric below. Criterion Is the purpose of the expository essay--to convey information-evident? Does the voice sound like a real person? Is the topic appropriate for an expository essay? Does the essay have either a stated thesis or an implied thesis? Do the ideas and content of the essay support a main idea? Does the essay have a clear beginning, middle, and end? Is there a logical progression of ideas in the essay? Are both the language and tone appropriate for an expository essay? Does the essay contain a variety of sentence beginnings, lengths, and structures? Does the essay have between 500–900 words? 10 0 The purpose of the The purpose of the expository essay—to convey expository essay—to convey information—is evident. information—is not evident. The voice sounds like a real The voice does not sound person. like a real person. The topic is appropriate for an expository essay. The essay has a thesis—either stated or implied. The topic is not appropriate for an expository essay. The essay does not have any thesis—either stated or implied. The ideas and content of the The ideas and content of the essay do not support a main essay support a main idea. idea. The essay does not have a The essay has a clear clear beginning, middle, and beginning, middle, and end. end. The essay has a logical progression of ideas. The essay does not have a logical progression of ideas. Both the language and tone Either the language or tone are appropriate for an is not appropriate for an expository essay. expository essay. The essay has a variety of sentence beginnings, lengths, and structures. The essay has little or no sentence variety. The essay has at least 500 words. The essay does not have at least 500 words. Instructions for Essay Markers *** Be sure you are on the correct tab in this spreadsheet! This is the Final Draft Feedback tab!*** 1) Review the student essay. Create a Feedback Sheet for each student. Paste the essay into the Feedback Sheet. 2) See the Grading Rubric below and decide where the student's work falls in each of the five criteria. 3) Type the number in the "Your Score (out of 4)" column for each of the five criteria in the Score Tool below. Typing a number will automatically populate the Explanation box with the feedback for that score on the Grading Rubric, as well as automatically calculate the grade the student earned. 4) If the essay is less than 500 words, you have the option of deducting points by using the dropdown box. 5) Copy the section of this spreadsheet bordered in red below and paste it at the end of the Feedback Sheet you have created. Your score on the final draft of this essay: Criterion Your Score (out of 4) Explanation Purpose and Voice 4 The purpose of the writing—to convey information—is evident. The writer's voice is engaging and sounds like a real person. Ideas and Content 4 The topic is engaging, and the content is consistently compelling and appropriate. The ideas are focused on a thesis—either stated or implied—and are well developed and creative. Structure and Organization 4 The writer does an excellent job in the structure and organization of the essay. The essay begins with a hook that draws in the reader. The body provides details that develop the thesis, and the conclusion satisfies the reader. The organization is clear, and the essay has unity and coherence. Transitions help ideas flow smoothly. Language, Word Choice, and Tone 4 The language and word choice fit the topic. The writer makes excellent use of vivid and precise words. The tone is appropriate for the purpose and audience. Sentences and Mechanics 4 The writer uses a variety of sentence beginnings, lengths, and structures. Any fragments are clearly intentional. There are few, if any, errors in grammar, usage, or mechanics. 4.00 Average of 5 areas 200 Subtotal (out of 200 points) 0 Points deducted for not meeting length requirement 200 Points earned on this essay (out of 200 points) Expository Essay Grading Rubric Evaluate student essays on the basis of this rubric. Criterion 4 3 Purpose and Voice The purpose of the writing—to convey information—is evident. The writer's voice is engaging and sounds like a real person. The purpose of the writing—to convey information—is evident. The writer's voice varies between sounding engaging and sounding artificial. The purpose of the writing—to The purpose of the writing is convey information—is usually difficult to determine. The evident. The writer's voice writer's voice is hard to find. sounds inconsistent. 2 1 Ideas and Content The topic is engaging, and the content is consistently compelling and appropriate. The ideas are focused on a thesis—either stated or implied—and are well developed and creative. The topic is engaging, and the content is somewhat compelling and appropriate. The ideas are focused on a thesis—either stated or implied—and are well developed and mostly interesting. The topic and content are somewhat interesting and mostly appropriate. Some ideas are focused on a thesis and are developed well, but others are not. The topic is not appealing, and the content is not always appropriate. The ideas are not focused on a thesis, and the ideas are largely undeveloped. Structure and Organization The writer does an excellent job in the structure and organization of the essay. The essay begins with a hook that draws in the reader. The body provides details that develop the thesis, and the conclusion satisfies the reader. The organization is clear, and the essay has unity and coherence. Transitions help ideas flow smoothly. The writer does a good job in the structure and organization of the essay. The essay has an introduction, a body that provides details that develop the thesis, and a conclusion that generally satisfies the reader. The writing is organized well and is easy to understand, although some ideas may be misplaced or not flow smoothly because of a lack of transitions. The writer does a fair job in the structure and organization of the essay. The essay may be missing an introduction or a conclusion, leaving the reader feeling dissatisfied. The writing is difficult to follow and ideas do not flow well. There is no clear pattern of organization, and transitions are few. The writer does a poor job in the structure and organization of the essay. There may be only one long paragraph with no clear introduction, body, or conclusion. The writing is disjointed and difficult to follow. There are few, if any, transitions connecting ideas. Language, Word Choice, and Tone The language and word choice fit the topic. The writer makes excellent use of vivid and precise words. The tone is appropriate for the purpose and audience. The language and word choice mostly fit the topic. The writer uses some precise words, but sometimes lapses into vague language, affecting the clarity of the essay. The tone is mostly appropriate for the purpose and audience. The language and word choice are inconsistent for the topic. Vocabulary consists largely of ordinary words, and the tone is mostly inappropriate for the purpose and audience. The language and word choice are not appropriate for the topic. The language is vague, flat, and dull. The tone is unrecognizable. Sentences and Mechanics The writer uses a variety of sentence beginnings, lengths, and structures. Any fragments are clearly intentional. There are few, if any, errors in grammar, usage, or mechanics. The writer uses some sentence variety. An occasional unintentional fragment or runon might creep in, but there are few errors in grammar, usage, or mechanics, and these errors do not interfere with understanding. The writer uses unvarying sentences. Unintentional fragments, run-ons, and other grammatical and mechanical errors sometimes interfere with understanding. The sentences all seem to follow the same pattern, and the essay contains many errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics that make the writing difficult to understand. ...
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Running head: PLAY STATION 4 VS X BOX ONE

Play Station 4 Vs X Box One
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PLAY STATION 4 VS X BOX ONE

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The gaming industry is one of the large businesses that are being practiced to today in the
international market. This is essentially as a consequence of the way that the youthful era is
extremely enthusiastic to play these recreations and this makes a chance of ensuring that they
have the most ideal gear for the diversions. In the industry, the two biggest players are Microsoft
and Sony. These are the producers of x box and ps4 respectively. The two are the main type of
gargets used and are also the most compared. I have played the games with both of them and
play station 4 is better than the x box because it has generally better productivity and high quality
of the games played using it.
To start with is the overall hardware de...

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Anonymous
Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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