Assignment 2: Moving from One Instrument to a Symphony Orchestra When you are used to hearing music played on only one instrument, what could be more captivating than listening to a full symphony orchestra? This week, it is time for you to be the symphony orchestra, i.e., pull out all of the stops. In other words, this is your chance to dazzle your reader and to dazzle yourself. You have laid the groundwork for your Final Project, and this is the week when you move from a thesis sentence and topic outline to a full first draft. Keep in mind the importance of the introduction, body, and conclusion. Remember the prose models you have been reading and how those writers have used topic sentences, supporting details, structure, and transition to put together cohesive essays. Then, please also submit your paper to the Peer Review Forum. You can find a link to the Peer Review Forum in the Course Home area. By Day 7 Write and submit the full rough draft for a persuasive essay that will become the Final Project for this course based on your case study selection. Remember that you are moving away from a personal reflection on the case study to an academic essay loosely based on the case study. This means you should write the essay in third person and remove all personal pronouns, such as “I.” Be sure to provide attribution, using APA formatting, for any outside sources used. The essay should follow these guidelines: •be 5 pages in length, •be written in the third person, •cite outside source materials, using APA formatting, to support your thesis sentence.
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