choose one specific topic connecting to the issue of poverty (e.g. housing, taxes, school resources, race, etc)

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please do not worry about the part before the prompt

it was a class essay but the professor changed her mind

Please follow the rubric

and write about either education or unemployment

not outside resources and DO NOT copy anything from the internet please

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1 English 099-9096 ESSAY #2 PROMPT: IN-CLASS POSITION PAPER Liberty and Justice for the Poor? PLEASE STAPLE THIS PROMPT/RUBRIC TO THE TOP OF YOUR ESSAY SUBMISSION UNIT 2 IMPORTANT DUE DATES  Monday, Oct 22: Essay Prep (Outlines)  Wednesday, Oct. 24: In-Class Essay  Wednesday, Nov. 07: Rough Draft Due for Peer Reviews  Monday, Nov. 12: No Class  Tuesday, Nov. 13: Final Draft Due (Essay #3)— Submitted through Canvas --This assignment requires Engl 099 writers to: 1. Read and respond to a college-level texts. 2. Compose college-level writing. 3. Produce an academic summary of a text or texts. --Unit 2 Class Texts Listed on Separate Page Assignment Overview This assignment MUST satisfactorily complete the requirements outlined in the rubric for credit. You have one class compose an academic in-class essay that demonstrates critical engagement with our class content. This assignment asks you to analyze and respond to a complex topic by using and referencing class readings and discussions. Your essay should respond to the prompt in about 4-6 paragraphs in length. You are invited to use any of your notes and annotated readings as you write your essay. You may also come to class with an outline of your essay prepared. You may not, however, prewrite ANY part of your essay prior to the scheduled in-class essay. Prompt Question [Summarize and Respond] So far for this unit, we’ve looked at a collage of information regarding the role and influence of money on the lives of individuals. We’ve read articles and watched several videos, each looking closely at a specific issue connecting to poverty and/or social mobility or quality of life. Please choose one specific topic connecting to the issue of poverty (e.g. housing, taxes, school resources, race, etc). Explain/Describe/Summarize the issue in an informed and concrete/specific way. (Use at least ONE source) THEN respond to the issue by explaining you feel it shows how LIBERTY and JUSTICE are accessible or NOT accessible to all or most people in the US. (Use at least ONE source) Make sure you are able to reference a total of at least TWO class texts (yes, you can pick any from the previous unit) in this essay. Essay Grading Rubric 2 English 099-9096 GRADING RUBRIC/ESSAY REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR ESSAY, BE SURE TO: ➢ Structure/Organization  Include an introductory paragraph that contains necessary background information AND a clear and focused thesis that answers the essay prompt.  Write well-organized body paragraphs that clearly support your thesis using topic sentences (aka subclaims), evidence and examples, and analysis of your support. [S-E-A-S]  Provide a concluding paragraph that connects to your thesis and points to a larger significance of the conversation—remember to answer, “so what?” ➢ Content  Accurately summarize the issue in an informed and concrete/specific way by providing sufficient background information.  Respond to your chosen issue by explaining you feel it shows how LIBERTY and JUSTICE are accessible or NOT accessible to all or most people in the US.  Include specific and descriptive evidence from a total of TWO sources—one when you describe the issue; the other when you respond to the issue.  When referencing a text, include necessary summary and context for people who are unfamiliar with it. ➢ Additional Requirements  Meet the 4 to 6 paragraph requirement with paragraphs that stays focused and on topic.  Follow basic MLA formatting when using sources. 3 English 099-9096 LIST OF UNIT 2 CLASS TEXTS ARTICLES: Ehrenreich, Barbara. “How the Poor Are Made to Pay for Their Poverty.” The Guardian, 18 may 2012. Garcia-Navarro, Lulu. “'Entitled' Millennials Have It Harder Than the Previous Generation, Writer Says.” NPR, 7 Jan 2018. Kristof, Nicholas. “Prudence or Cruelty?” The New York Times, 16 Nov. 2013 Reich, Robert. “The Rise of the Working Poor and the Non-Working Rich.” HuffPost, 30 March 2015. Strauss, Valerie. “Five Stereotypes about Poor Families and Education.” Washington Post, 28 Oct. 2013. Wolfram, Gary. “A Case Against the Minimum Wage.” Forbes, 12 Sept. 2017. VIDEOS: Bell, Kamau. “The New KKK.” United Shades of America, season 1, episode 1, CNN, 2016. Hulu. Bell, Kamau. “Chicago Gangs.” United Shades of America, season 2, episode 2, CNN, 2017. Hulu. 4 English 099-9096 Conover, Adam. “Adam Ruins Housing.” Adam Ruins Everything, season 1, episode 17, TruTV, 2018. Netflix. Conover, Adam. “Adam Ruins Drugs.” Conover, season 1, episode 18, TruTV, 2018. Netflix. Conover, Adam. “Adam Ruins Prison.” Adam Ruins Everything, season 1, episode 19, TruTV, 2018. Netflix. Oliver, John. “Wealth Gap.” YouTube, uploaded by LastWeekTonight,1 3 July 2014, ...
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Course Name:
Course Number:
Unemployment and Poverty
Governments have been trying to eliminate poverty in the country through various
methods. One of the methods is through redistribution of more funds at the bottom and also
through the reduction of the tax rates subjected to individuals in poverty-stricken areas.
However, there are various factors that have not been considered and these are the reasons that
poverty is still an issue. The main factor that has not been considered is employment. Many
individuals in poor areas are not employed and therefore cannot provide for themselves and their
Unemployment effects to the many undesirable activities that happen amongst people
who are poor. One of these is crimes. In poor areas, attacks, theft, and homicides are reported
more than affluent places. The main reason for this is that individuals in these areas are desperate
for ways they can feed their families. They therefore steal, rob people at gunpoint and sometimes
kill if they feel like they are in danger (Room, 10) These individuals have no way of earning a
living that can satiate their needs and their families’ needs and, therefore, resort to crime to find
the extra or the only earnings they can get.
In addition to crime, unemployment has been one of the factors that have encouraged
drug abuse in poor neighborhoods. Youths and other adults spend most of their time idling

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around because they have no job to do. They seek entertaining ways to pass time and one of the
pass time activities that they find appealing to them is the psychedelic feeling they get from
drugs. It goes without saying that after they abuse drugs, they are motivated to do other criminal
acts such as h...

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