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ENG 220 Week 1 Individual Assignment Week 1 MyFoundationsLab


Week 1 MyFoundationsLab Instructions: Complete the Skills Check for The Craft of Writing. Master all topics in The Craft of Writing.


ENG 220 Week 1 Individual Assignment Comparison-Contrast Topic Selection


Instructions: As a student, you will encounter many different types of writing assignments, each with its own requirements. One of the most common is the comparison-contrast essay, in which you focus on the ways that certain things or ideas are similar to and/or different from one another. By writing such essays, you are being encouraged to do the following:   

  • Make connections between texts or ideas.
  • Engage in critical thinking.
  • Go beyond describing or summarizing. When reflecting on similarities and differences, you can gain a better understanding of the items you are comparing--their relationship to each other and what is most important about them. During the next five weeks, you will write and revise a five-paragraph comparison-contrast essay that incorporates at least three peer reviewed academic sources. Each week, you must submit a different phase of your writing to complete the essay. Refer to pp. 203 to pp. 220 of Ch. 10 of Wordsmith for ideas on topics you may wish to write about in your paper; however, feel free to come up with your own idea. Decide on your topic. Experiment with some of the prewriting methods found in Ch. 2 of Wordsmith to explore the topic you have chosen. Write a 350- to 700-word document detailing your application of your writing process and chosen prewriting method (freewriting, brainstorming, listing, etc.) to begin exploring and writing about your topic. In this document, you should include the topic you have chosen and some examples of how you plan to compare and/or contrast.

Edit and proofread your assignment before submitting it to your instructor. Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines. Submit your document to the Assignment Files Tab. Note: The term five-paragraph essay may or may not have exactly five paragraphs. The term refers to a form of short essay based around an introduction, approximately three supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion, for a total of five paragraphs. 


 ENG 220 Week 2 Individual Assignment Week2 MyFoundationsLab®

Instructions: Complete the Skills Check for Sentence Skills. Master all topics in Sentence Skills.


ENG 220 Week 2 Individual Assignment Comparison-Contrast Annotated Bibliography


Instructions: The quality of the points presented in writing depends on the quality of the source material chosen to include in the writing. An annotated bibliography begins the preliminary research process and serves as an ongoing list of sources that will support your final paper in Week 5. Using scholarly sources helps you with the following:   

  • Scholarly sources will give you credible work that your instructors and employers will acknowledge. •  The skills of paraphrasing and summarizing are foundational for any research writer.   
  • The more you strive to understand what another writer is trying to communicate, the more you will be moved to make your voice heard as a writer. Conduct several searches using any of the databases in the University Library. Select three scholarly, academic sources from the library search that support the topic you plan to present in your final paper. Write a complete summary of the information presented in each article, using your own words. Write your analysis of the best use of this information in your paper; for example, how will this information support your comparison-contrast essay. Identify a possible topic sentence and claim the information will support. Format your title page according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines. Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.



ENG 220 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Week 3 MyFoundationsLab®


Instructions: Complete the Skills Check for Punctuation, Mechanics, and Spelling. Master all topics in Punctuation, Mechanics, and Spelling.






ENG 220 Week 3 Individual Assignment Prewriting Worksheet


A great paper begins with a working thesis statement that will drive your topic and support your claims. A "working" thesis means that the thesis is still rough, and that you may make some changes based on the research you find for support. Therefore, as you conduct more research and formulate ideas, it is important to keep an open mind and to revise your thesis as your research progresses. Your thesis contains the main claim that you will make. Typically, a thesis is stated as a single sentence, and it also provides an answer to your research question. Review the reading from this week. Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Prewriting Worksheet. Use complete sentences and source information with the outline (in-text citations). Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.


ENG 220 Week 4 Individual Assignment Week 4 MyFoundationsLab®

Instructions: Complete the Skills Check for Essay Development. Master all topics in Essay Development.


ENG 220 Week 4 Individual Assignment Draft of Comparison-Contrast Essay


Instructions: Focusing on drafting using the materials that you have gathered this far is an important part of the writing process. Each step taken to further the editing and revising of an essay will make it that much more polished as a final draft. Just as in most projects at work, there are steps to follow to produce a satisfactory final product in academic papers. Review instructor feedback on your Week 1 to Week 3 assignments. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word draft of your comparison-contrast paper that makes seeing the differences and similarities of your chosen topics clear. Use the topic you selected in Week 1, your research from Week 2, and your thesis and outline from Week 3. Review your essay for effective use of basic English grammar, word usage, and sentence style before turning in your paper. Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines. Submit your paper to the Assignment Files tab.



ENG 220 Week 5 Individual Assignment MyFoundationsLab®


Instructions: Complete the Skills Check for Research. Master all topics in Research.

ENG 220 Week 5 Individual Assignment Comparison-Contrast Essay Final Paper and Presentation

Instructions: In any career you pursue, the skill of presenting yourself and your ideas will play an important role. Whether in writing, in person, across the conference room, by phone, or across continents, people need to be sold on you as much as they are on your ideas. Part 1 Revise and finalize the rough draft of the 1,050- to 1,400-word paper you worked on in Week 4 by making corrections from your instructor and any other edits you think appropriate. Ensure that you have included the following:   

  • A strong thesis statement that is organized so that your comparisons/contrasts are clearly presented; focus on proving your thesis statement
  • Support for your claims with credible references, using a minimum of three peer-reviewed sources Ensure that your final paper uses correct grammar and punctuation. A variety of sentence structures should be demonstrated, as well as appropriate essay and paragraph structure. Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines. Submit your final corrected paper to the Assignment Files tab.

Part 2: Presentation Create a 7- to 10-slide presentation using Microsoft® PowerPoint® to accompany the highlights of your paper. Format your references consistent with appropriate course-level APA guidelines. Include citations in the speaker notes or in a separate reference list. Deliver your presentation and submit your presentation file or link.   

  • For Local Campus, deliver a 10- to 12-minute oral presentation accompanied by your slides or multimedia.
  • For Online Campus, provide detailed speaker notes in the presentation file or in a separate document. Submit your presentation to the Assignment Files tab.

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