You can also read "A Journey Mauka," an essay I wrote to serve as a model for you to refer to.
An important aspect you must incorporate into the piece is information you gather from at least two (2) written sources of some kind, such as a book, a magazine, journal, or newspaper article, a World Wide Web page. I'm not concerned what the sources are or where in the essay you use the information; what matters to me is that the information from these sources--
Audience: Classmates and instructor. Purpose: To persuade your audience about some point (thesis) your narrative makes.
Format: Modern Language Association format: double-spaced, one- inch margins, proper headings and page numbering. In this piece, you must use parenthetical references and include a "Works Cited" (Bibliography) Section.
What would make for a superb essay? An excellent piece would be stimulating, descriptive, and presented in a logical way for your audience. After reading your piece, readers should be persuaded that the point your story makes is believable.
Sharing day 1: Wed 3/6
Sharing day 2: Wed 3/13
Submit final for grading: Mon 3/18