ESSAY: PROJECT ANALYSIS
Exam number: 703466
In the Successful College textbook, read pages 331-334 and page 341. Then read the Process Analysis Essay Worksheet in the next section. Finally, complete the examination.
For this assignment, you’ll prepare a 1,000-1,200 word process analysis essay that incorporates narration and description, using elements from the Process Analysis Prewriting assignment. You may not submit this essay until you’ve received your grade and instructor feedback on your prewriting exam.
While you’re waiting for your prewriting review, you should:
Review the reading assignments for Lesson 4
Study the sample analysis essays and review the guided writing assignment in Chapter 15 of your textbook
Prepare a rough draft of your process analysis essay so that you’re ready to revise when you receive feedback on your prewriting
To illustrate your process for balancing your time and managing your schedule for the purpose of helping other distance education students learn how they can do the same
Writing Your Essay
In your prewriting, you focused on what’s happening in your life. For your essay, you’ll revise and reorganize your prewriting to create an essay that would help other students manage the challenges they may face when taking online courses. You’ll also give them hope that they can manage their time effectively to accomplish everything they want.
Your prewriting will require major reorganization and revision to include:
An introductory paragraph with a thesis statement that addresses the purpose of the essay
Each paragraph in the body of your essay should begin with a topic sentence that identifies a step, tool, or technique you included in your prewriting. Each body paragraph should then build on the step, tool, or technique with the narrative and description from the prewriting.
A conclusion that reinforces the thesis statement and purpose of the essay
Note: Use the Process Analysis Essay Worksheet on your student portal to help you organize your essay.
Essays must be typed, double-spaced, using a standard 12-point font and left justification. Use 1-inch margins on all sides.