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    Failure Of Planning Essay

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    initial writing in a distributable format provides a structure for quick revision and immediate implementation of action. Coaches on the sideline can be seen looking at illustrations of the game plan and conferring about what revisions will be made. They do not have to conceive of a complete new courses of action, they have to correct an existing description and communicate it to the players. Losing teams often comment about how they got away from the game plan. What this frequently means is that the revisions to the game plan necessary to win were not effectively communicated to players and coaches. Usually adhering to the original game plan with a competent opponent will result in the loss of the game. Knowing the game plan and being able to revise it and immediately communicate and execute the revision will enable…

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    Assignment 7-1 Analysis

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    reverse outlining process to inform your revisions, let's apply what you've discovered to your critical analysis essay! You already completed one round of revisions in 6-4 Activity: Reverse Outline and submitted a revised draft with a complete introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Click here to return to that page if you need to download another copy of your latest draft. Using the strategies and revision steps you learned about in this module, along with the feedback you received…

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    In this document, James Madison explains the reasoning of the Continental Congress’s decision to revise the Articles of Confederation. Many events such as national bankruptcy, tension with the British and problems in Massachusetts occurred and showcased the weaknesses of the current Articles. Madison is quick to proclaim the futility of those Articles unless a provision is placed on them. A solution which various leaders, including Madison, supported was the idea of a centralized government…

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    Design a system for monitoring, evaluating and revising finances To effectively monitor, evaluate and revise the school finances in regards to the needed programs for student success, a comprehensive system such as monitoring the program on a weekly basis to ensure that the program’s budget is not exceeding the school’s fiscal budget in accordance to delegating tasks when needed (specifically every 4 to 5 weeks), to raise needed funds for school the school’s budget and taking the action steps in…

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    Composition one has helped me grow as a writer and has taught me skills I can use in the future. I have learned how to use commas, passive voice, semicolons, and format a paper in MLA. From my first essay to my last one, it is noticeable that a major improvement has been made. I did not know that even after teacher feedback that you needed to revise your own work. Although I have learned many skills, I believe that the most valuable one is how to revise my essays. When I got my first feedback…

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    The assignment for typing my rhetorical analysis paper from my English class was to analysis another paper about a newsletter from intermediate computer class that related to my major called architectural engineering. I am happy about this assignment for being able to analysis my paper in order to think more about the paper from another assignment about a newsletter from intermediate computer class and the newsletter explain the lessons that I learned from intermediate computer class. The…

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    With careful preparation and thoughtfulness, I strive to provide students with knowledge for improving their writing while being respectful of their creativeness, making sure not to hinder their enthusiasm for writing. The first standard described (CCSS.ELA. Literacy.W.3.5) allows me to provide students with a strategy in the form of A.R.M.S. to elicit comprehension of what it means to revise. Explicitly describing and modeling the use of A.R.M.S. will therefore generate an ability to examine…

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    Reflection of Writing Having to revise an essay is never easy, especially if one thinks their essay is “perfect” already, but that is exactly what Professor Michael Martin made his English 366 class do for their final portfolio. The task of picking the essays was one of the most challenging parts of creating the final portfolio, because I was unsure how to tackle an essay rewrite, and I was afraid that the improvements I would make would bring down my essays instead of enhancing them. After…

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    In order for your writing to be great you need to revise it multiple times till it is perfected. In order for all of us to do this is by allowing others to revise and give critical criticism over your piece of writing. As Alejandro says “even though I do proofread my work I don’t tend to revise it that much, if any.” That is true because when we want to revise and edit our own writing, we do not catch the mistake right away so instead we have a second eye take a look at it. A great advice that…

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    Letter Grade Failure

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    One of my failures of this class was when I received a letter grade of “C+” on my first This I Believe essay. I have always seen letter grades lower than a “C” as a bad grade and to me receiving that grade was a failure. On my This I Believe essay I was not familiar with the type of style and format it was suppose to be written and assumed I knew it. I had the confidence that I knew what to write despite, considering what the expectations were for the essay. Therefore, I did not take the time to…

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