There is a deliberate progression of ideas both within paragraphs and throughout the response. Then, he talks about the negative health effects of sleep disorders. Even though credibility makes many appearences throughout the passage, it would have no real meaning without evoking emotion. Prompt 7 Knowledge is power. Reading—2: This response demonstrates some understanding of the source text.
By using a personal story Bogard allows his audience to connect to him. In his argument is not all about how it bad for the body he also claims and have proof that light cost are expensive and really costing people because they have light all night long. Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue. You can see the complete list. Make sure to save time at the end to edit for spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Moreover, the response demonstrates precise word choice and sophisticated turns of phrase temporarily succumb to darkness, remains nostalgic about his childhood, dissolves any doubt.
Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations. In editorial writing, someone needs to look at publicly available data and arrive with conclusions that will embarrass most of the readers, forcing them to choose between their beliefs and the logic of the argument. Students are expected to use grammar and vocabulary which conform to Standard English. Analysis—1: The response demonstrates no understanding of the analytical task. His essay talks about so much facts about sleeping how so little can effect us health wise examples like getting sleep disorders, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease and depression. Please select the topic you find most interesting and fill in the circle next to the topic you choose. He uses an argument to support his position that has three primary points—benefit to humans, need for humans and need for nature although the conclusion is not marked off by a paragraph break.
Analysis—2: The response offers some limited analysis of the source text, demonstrating partial understanding of the analytical task. This left the self-improvement field open to more cautious stances, like mindfulness and resilience and — for those who could still muster it — gratitude. If he or she responds to the essay prompt, the response must be supported by strong examples from the text. Each response has received a separate score for each of the three domains assessed: Reading, Analysis, and Writing. In each instance of analysis in this short response, the writer identifies the use of evidence or rhetorical features, but asserts rather than explains the importance of those elements. The scores are presented in order by domain directly preceding each sample essay. Who picked the lettuce in the fields, processed the standing rib roast, drove these products to the stores, stacked them on the supermarket shelves and, of course, prepared them and brought them to the table? Bogard then gives a scientific case that shows why natural darkness is essential to humans.
By drawing in his readers with a personal encounter about night darkness, the author means to establish the potential for beauty, glamour, and awe-inspiring mystery that genuine darkness can possess. But this holiday gratitude is all about you, and how you can feel better. For example, the writer offers a possible reason for why Bogard chose to open his argument with a personal anecdote, and is also able to describe the overall effect of that choice on his audience In telling this brief anecdote, Bogard challenges the audience to remember a time where they could fully amass themselves in natural darkness void of artificial light. It could even be as simple as writing what you give thanks for on a sticky note and posting it on your mirror or computer. The placement of this section varies, and you won't know which section is unscored until you receive your score report.
The state of affairs starts looking hopeless, change seems elusive, and the Kardashians become infinitely more mentally digestible than foreclosure rates and bombings. Here, Bogard talks about the importance of darkness to humans. Prompt 3 The making of illusions—misleading images or ideas that appear to be authentic or true—has become the primary business of our society. Light pollution is readily within our ability to solve, using new lighting technologies and shielding existing lights. In your essay, analyze how Walker uses one or more of the features in the directions that precede the passage or features of your own choice to strengthen the logic and persuasiveness of her argument. Plan your response, and then write an essay to explain your views on this issue. Each of the topics consists of a prompt and an assignment.
Assignment: Is it true that when we most need advice we are least willing to listen to it? Through the emotion Bogard evokes, we suddenly feel defensive in preserving the darkness for the sake of our mental and physical health. Middle Level Both of the two Writing prompts are creative. The response also includes an generally effective conclusion that summarizes rather than advances the essay Paul Bogard supports the preservation of natural darkness. Your essay must be written on the lines provided in your answer booklet; except for the planning page of the answer booklet, you will receive no other paper on which to write. Ask yourself these questions: - Does each paragraph have a topic sentence? Too often, cooperating means going along with the group even if that is not necessarily the best way. Yet all over the world, our nights are growing brighter. Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations.
Reading and writing are activities that are best saved for the leisure of students who enjoy them. Today, however, our knowledge has become so powerful that it is beyond our control. Reading—4: This response demonstrates thorough comprehension of the source text through skillful use of paraphrases and direct quotations. He also claims light is messing with mother nature that animals need darkness to feed eat move around because there noctuaral creatures. Darkness tends to evolve all over the world for a variety of things.
We have more to gain by ignoring or shielding ourselves from the criticisms of others. Bogard extends the facts to offer various solutions. Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue. I wanted to give you, though, some sample essay prompts with which you could practice. He then goes on to state how Paris has taken steps to exercise more sustainable lighting practices. Write an essay in which you explain how Kowalczyk builds an argument to persuade his audience that editorial writing is devoid of intellectual reflection.
Even the northern lake where I was lucky to spend my summers has seen its darkness diminish. If you find one, erase it completely or cross it out neatly. If I recall it correctly, the cost of paper and printing is in the vicinity of 60%, i. The assignment is a direct question to the candidate and his opinion. Step 2: Work the Perspectives Typically, the three perspectives will be split: one for , one against , and one in the middle. Sometimes the tense is established by the sentence provided: - Past tense: I saw, I went, I did. Citing books or movies he has seen, a candidate can very well strengthen his argument in support of his point of view.