Also, Dream job contrast essay. Use essay that was previously written to build on
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Dream Job Contrast Essay Search Results Instructions
After conducting some research about your “dream job” and reading the sections entitled “Developing Paragraphs” on pages twenty-seven through thirty-nine and “Arguments” on pages fifty-three through fifty-eight in the textbook, you will apply these concepts by composing a Dream job contrast essay. This contrast essay assignment is the culmination of your “dream job” writing project.
Definition: A contrast means to show the differences between two subjects to persuade readers that one subject is superior/preferable to the other subject.
To argue that one set of search results is more useful to you than the other set of search results to further your understanding of your “dream career”
• Point of view: third person only (she, her, he, him, they, people, etc.)
Also, Contrast points: minimum of three points of contrast (below)
• Search results: minimum of two Google sources and a minimum of two Navarro College
online library academic database sources that you listed in your annotated bibliography
• Length: minimum three pages and maximum six pages (not counting works cited), so a
minimum of three pages plus a works cited page, etc.
• Format: typed in MLA format using Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx)
Also, Criteria: a complete and argumentative essay, critical thinking, creative thinking, contrast of researched sources about your “dream job,” clarity and persuasiveness of your position
composed as a thesis statement, thoroughness of your analysis, quality of organization
and paragraph development, command of language, editing Documentation:
a. Works cited entries:
Immediately after the essay but beginning on a separate page, compose the work entries.