Media Affecting Relations Paper
Please do the following in completing the final draft of your essay:
Revise your expository essay using the feedback received from your instructor on yourÂ outline and first draft.
Review the media pieceÂ The Writing ProcessÂ to help you refine and finalize your essay.
Review the rubric for this assignment to ensure you have completed all necessary components of your essay.
Your final draft should be at least 750-1,000 words.
Complete the following before submitting your final essay:
Read your paper aloud (to yourself or someone else) to “hear” issues with your grammar and sentence structure.
Polish the issues found by smoothing out your language.
Run spellcheck and grammar check (as a backup) before submitting the final draft. Make any necessary changes to address spelling or grammar issues.
Properly cite your sources both in-text and in the References section at the end of your paper. (The Reference Page is the last page of your paper and should ONLY contain references. If you cited the work in the paper; the reference needs to be included. If you did not use the reference in your paper, then do not include the reference.)
Make sure that the final draft does not contain any of the instructors embedded feedback from your first draft. These comments should have been corrected and the comment should be deleted. Please contact your instructor if you have questions.
MUST PASS TURN IT IN WITH LESS THAN 5%
The paper was my draft and she hated it.
“I appreciate your hard work on this. One of the things you will want to work on is organization. You simply had too much information that was not relevant to your thesis statement. Also, an expository essay requires you use at least 3 peer-reviewed articles to support your thesis statement. This means that your sources should not come from .com websites. I have included comments on your attached paper to help you finalize your essay. I also recommend reviewing the attached example essay to see how a thesis statement works in a five paragraph. Lastly, I encourage to set up an appointment with a tutor through the GCU Learning Lounge to assist with paragraph transitions, organization, and flow. See rubric for clarification on point deductions. Let me know if you have any questions.”