draft a six-paragraph essay (excluding intro and conclusion) advancing an original thesis based on primary sources, incorporate the mechanical and analytical skills you have learned throughout the course to write a coherent essay, revise for the coherence, unity, and support of your essay, and proofread your essay.STEP 1: First DRAFTNow that you’ve learned the individual skills and components necessary to write an essay, you’ll combine all of these to craft a coherent six-paragraph essay based on primary sources.
Be sure to observe the following:1. Read the primary source documents carefully2. Brainstorm ideas for your essay before writing3. Develop a clear thesis statement based on evidence in the document4. Establish a method of organization for your ideas5. Be sure your topic sentences connect to your thesis6. Include evidence to support each topic sentence7. Achieve paragraph coherence to ensure the clarity and focus of the essay8. Appeal to the reader with a strong title9. Engage the reader with a strong introduction with a clear thesis10. Conclude the essay with a strong conclusion that connects to the introduction
STEP 2: REVISEYou now must revise your essay for higher order concerns (HOCs) and lower order concerns (LOCs). HOCs include paper coherence, sufficient evidence, and proper attribution of evidence; LOCs include errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.Examine the final draft of your essay. Check for the following higher order concerns and make corrections as necessary:1. Does my thesis statement assert one main/controlling idea?2. Do my body paragraphs contain the essential points in the essay’s discussion?3. Is each body paragraph point in my essay well developed with enough detailed supporting evidence?4. Does each body paragraph achieve coherence?
STEP 3: PROOFREAD FINAL DRAFTNow, check for the following lower order concerns and make corrections as necessary:1. Are all words used and spelled correctly?2. Are all sentences complete?3. Are all sentences correctly punctuated?4. Are all sentences smoothly stated and specific?
Now, take a look at the prompt:
Prompt: World War II: The Good War?After studying the wartime experiences of hundreds of Americans through oral history interviews, Historian Studs Terkel published a famous volume he titled The Good War. His argument was that most Americans remembered themselves as liberators of an oppressed world fighting a just war, making the world and their own lives better of for it.Based on modules 12 and 13 (and bit of module 11), as well your readings in this course, do you agree
with this perception of World War II? Your answer should consider three time periods: (1) The American experience that ended with the war (1931-1939), (2) the experience of the war and the home-front itself, and (3) the time period that followed World War II – postwar America (1945 to 1960). Make sure to consider the social, economic, and political developments Americans faced both at home as well as abroad.
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