Essay 3

Essay 3:

For this essay, you have a chance to explore more in-depth the value of feeling/having/expressing uncomfortable emotions. You will need to use 2 different sources to help you develop and to support your ideas.

You need to use 1 of the sources we have already read/heard/watched:

Brene Brown and David Kessler’s podcast “Finding Meaning in Grief”

Michelle McGonigal “How to Make Stress Your Friend” (TED Talk)

“What Suffering Does” by David Brooks pg. 284

“Taking Pills…” by Giles Fraser pg 261

“Ah, The Breezes…” by Noelle Oxenhandler pg. 314

You also need to use 1 of the following sources (you will need to read/watch and decide which one best fits your essay’s angle/claim):

1.“The Power of Vulnerability” by Brene Brown (TED Talk)

https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_the_power_of_vulnerability?language=en

2.“How Boredom can Lead to Brilliant Ideas” by Manoush Zomoush (TED Talk)

https://www.ted.com/talks/manoush_zomorodi_how_boredom_can_lead_to_your_most_brilliant_ideas?language=en

3.“4 Reason Why You Should Embrace Your Anger” by Dr. Andrea Brandt (article)

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mindful-anger/201606/4-reasons-why-you-should-embrace-your-anger

  1. “7 Lessons on Failure You Can Learn From Top Athletes” by Sujan Patel (article)

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/300699

  1. “4 Ways Sadness Can Be Good For You” by Joseph Forgas (article)

https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/four_ways_sadness_may_be_good_for_you

In this 3 page essay (plus a Works Cited Page), make sure to complete the following steps:

  1. Create an engaging and focused hook in your introduction
  2. Use the introduction to briefly preview the topic of the essay
  3. Use a clear claim/thesis statement to set up the whole essay (this usually is at the end of the intro)
  4. Develop your ideas using clear and specific examples, cited research and useful organization
  5. Quote from 2 different sources (see above) using a signal phrase, quotation marks and a clear explanation/commentary on the quote
  6. Proof-read and edit to avoid wordiness and awkwardly constructed sentences and to avoid grammar errors (especially run on sentences)
  7. Use Noodletools to create a Work Cited Page (remember to make sure to know what type of source you are citing from: video clip, article from a magazine online or an anthology (textbook)).

HW: determine your thesis, read and decide which 2 sources you will use, use annoying questions to begin to map out the direction of the essay

In class, be prepared to share thesis and annoying questions

HW: create rough draft for SE 3, proof-read it, use either Tutor.com or VSCC Language Center (make sure to have evidence of your session/use-screen shot, email from the tutor)

 

Essay 3:

For this essay, you have a chance to explore more in-depth the value of feeling/having/expressing uncomfortable emotions. You will need to use 2 different sources to help you develop and to support your ideas.

You need to use 1 of the sources we have already read/heard/watched:

Brene Brown and David Kessler’s podcast “Finding Meaning in Grief”

Michelle McGonigal “How to Make Stress Your Friend” (TED Talk)

“What Suffering Does” by David Brooks pg. 284

“Taking Pills…” by Giles Fraser pg 261

“Ah, The Breezes…” by Noelle Oxenhandler pg. 314

You also need to use 1 of the following sources (you will need to read/watch and decide which one best fits your essay’s angle/claim):

1.“The Power of Vulnerability” by Brene Brown (TED Talk)

https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_the_power_of_vulnerability?language=en

2.“How Boredom can Lead to Brilliant Ideas” by Manoush Zomoush (TED Talk)

https://www.ted.com/talks/manoush_zomorodi_how_boredom_can_lead_to_your_most_brilliant_ideas?language=en

3.“4 Reason Why You Should Embrace Your Anger” by Dr. Andrea Brandt (article)

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mindful-anger/201606/4-reasons-why-you-should-embrace-your-anger

  1. “7 Lessons on Failure You Can Learn From Top Athletes” by Sujan Patel (article)

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/300699

  1. “4 Ways Sadness Can Be Good For You” by Joseph Forgas (article)

https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/four_ways_sadness_may_be_good_for_you

In this 3 page essay (plus a Works Cited Page), make sure to complete the following steps:

  1. Create an engaging and focused hook in your introduction
  2. Use the introduction to briefly preview the topic of the essay
  3. Use a clear claim/thesis statement to set up the whole essay (this usually is at the end of the intro)
  4. Develop your ideas using clear and specific examples, cited research and useful organization
  5. Quote from 2 different sources (see above) using a signal phrase, quotation marks and a clear explanation/commentary on the quote
  6. Proof-read and edit to avoid wordiness and awkwardly constructed sentences and to avoid grammar errors (especially run on sentences)
  7. Use Noodletools to create a Work Cited Page (remember to make sure to know what type of source you are citing from: video clip, article from a magazine online or an anthology (textbook)).

HW: determine your thesis, read and decide which 2 sources you will use, use annoying questions to begin to map out the direction of the essay

In class, be prepared to share thesis and annoying questions

HW: create rough draft for SE 3, proof-read it, use either Tutor.com or VSCC Language Center (make sure to have evidence of your session/use-screen shot, email from the tutor)

 

 

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