[Get Solution] Effects of Cell Phone Theft
Review the prewriting list that you submitted for Daily Writing 4.1. Based on that list and any minor adjustments that you wish to make, compose a cause and effect essay (introductory paragraph, body paragraphs, and concluding paragraph) that expands your ideas and that shares your knowledge, experience, and opinions about three causes and a resulting three effects of cell phone theft from personal users as shown on your 4.1 prewriting list. Notice that the words causes and effects are plural. For each cause there must be a resulting effect. THIRD-PERSON POINT OF VIEW: Assuming that the third person is a cell phone thief, a character who looks upon victims with indifference, and victims are nothing more than a source for financial gain, use the third-person point of view, the thief being the third person, to compose this essay. In each paragraph, provide the given name of the thief once and use third-person pronouns to refer to the thief. One name, one thief. Do not cite the thief as the cause of the cell phone theft, and do not use the names of any others in the essay. Remember, you are writing about the third person (thief), not as the third person. First- and second-person pronouns may not be used in this assignment. For help with pronoun person (first person, second person, third person), click here. This is not a research assignment. The word count requirement for this assignment is 400 words minimum, 500 words maximum. IMPORTANT NOTE: The language in assignments that require writing about a specific point of view must conform to the English Composition Checklist. For example, a dirty rotten scoundrel would most likely use some unsavory language filled with inappropriate expletives, but when an English Composition student writes from the point of view of a dirty rotten scoundrel, the voice must be that of a dirty rotten scoundrel, but the writing (usage, grammar, language mechanics) must conform to and be suitable for the English Composition classroom language. For additional help with point of view, review p. 288 and click here. Quotations are not permitted in this essay assignment. This assignment requires no additional research. Base your essay on personal experiences (what you have previously heard, read, or experienced here on planet Earth). View the short video below for help with brainstorming possible causes of cell phone theft. Sound preferred. Watch Video This essay must include an introductory paragraph, supporting paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph. For tips on paragraph division, click here. For additional help with a concluding paragraph, click here but ignore the preachers maxim. View the short video below for additional instruction about writing concluding paragraphs. Link to How To section or below. Watch Video Paragraph development: In journalistic and some other styles of writing, a paragraph can be just about anything that the writer composes as long as it effectively holds the readers attention and sells. However, a paragraph in EH 1301 and EH 1302 must be more structured, consisting of a topic sentence, supporting sentences, and a concluding sentence. For additional help with paragraph development, click here. When you are ready to submit this assignment, click “Daily Writing 4.2” in the red caption above. After clicking that link, you will see these same directions. Do not type anything in the “Write Submission” box or the Add Comments box. Find the “Attach File” caption, click “Browse My Computer,” and attach your completed essay assignment. Make sure to click “Submit” and allow sufficient time for your assignment to upload before exiting the page. I will return all essay assignments to you with a grade and my comments written directly on the assignment. Click the little balloon ) next to your grade to view or download your graded assignment. If you experience difficulty retrieving or downloading the assignments that I return to you, contact me. Submit Daily Writing 4.2 through the Blackboard Assignment feature NLT the due date.