Hello, I need you to please rewrite my essay. here are the instructions for the
Hello, I need you to please rewrite my essay. here are the instructions for the essay. In this page, you will submit the final draft of Writing Project 3: Argument, which is also known as the Researched Argument essay. To prepare the final draft of Writing Project 3: Argument, do the following: Start with your half draft. Continue to add and develop your arguments in support of your thesis. Also add a concluding paragraph. Review feedback from your instructor (in Grades) on on previous final drafts and/or the half draft for this project as well as feedback from your peers (in M08 Peer Response--Writing Project 3: Argument Half Draft) and revise your draft based on this feedback. Review the instructions for Writing Project 3 (in Module 8). Compare your draft to the instructions, looking for areas requiring further development. Revise your draft to address any issues that you found. Finally, submit your final draft of Writing Project 3 here for instructor grading. Submit your draft as a Word document. (If using Google Docs, do the following to convert your file: go to File / Download and select Microsoft Word (.docx); then name and save your file.) You may also write a message to your instructor in the text box (optional). Assignment Summary Final Draft Clearly developed thesis statement that takes a position in response to the class's closed research theme question An introductory paragraph that presents the thesis statement, frames the thesis within the context of a "conversation" related to the class's closed research theme, and attempts to engage readers, making a case for the importance of the issue or problem being addressed Arguments in support of the thesis that include evidence from closed research theme readings, background readings, and/or independent library research, and effective reasoning that explains how the evidence proves the argument, clarifies ideas and perspectives, and/or elaborates on what the writer means A logical organizational structure and effective use of transitional words and phrases to show the relationships of ideas between and within paragraphs In-text citations of “They Say” quotations and paraphrases (followed by author last name and publication year in parentheses to signal the individual paraphrase) of the closed research theme readings, background readings, and/or independent library research Use of at least 4 sources, at least 2 of which come from the Ivy Tech Library databases. The other 3 should be closed research theme readings and background readings from our class. Additional readings beyond these 4 may be from any source. Professional APA formatting, as specified by your instructor, with a References (APA) page Observation of the conventions of Standard Written English Minimum 1250 words for the final draft (References list does not count in the minimum word-count requirement) See the assessment rubric in the assignment page “M08 Writing Project 3 Argument: Final Draft” for an understanding of how the final draft will be graded Submitting your Assignment Click the Start Assignment button. Click the Choose File button and upload your file. Click the Submit Assignment button to submit. Rubric WP3 Final Draft Rubric Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroductory Paragraph introductory paragraph presents the thesis statement, frames the thesis within the context of a "conversation" related to the class's closed research theme, and attempts to engage readers, making a case for the importance of the issue or problem being addressed 20 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesis Clear and direct thesis statement that takes a position in response to the class's closed research theme question 15 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArrangement Logical arrangement of arguments and effective use of transitional words and phrases to show the relationships of ideas between and within paragraphs. 25 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArguments Body paragraphs offer arguments in support of the thesis, with relevant and valid claims, sufficient evidence from closed research theme readings, background readings, and/or independent library research, and effective reasoning that explains how the evidence proves the argument, clarifies ideas and perspectives, and/or elaborates on what the writer means 50 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConcluding Paragraph Conclusion effectively summarizes the content and conveys the significance of the central thesis to the audience. 10 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvidence and Citations Appropriate and effective application of "They Say" moves to incorporate paraphrases and quotations from closed research theme readings (and other sources, if used); paraphrases and quotations of sources are correctly cited APA style (as specified by instructor) 20 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources Incorporates and cites in-text at least 4 sources, at least 2 of which is found through an Ivy Tech Library search database. The other 3 should be closed research theme readings and background readings from our class. Additional readings beyond these 4 may be from any source. 15 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle Voice, tone, and stance are appropriate and effective for material, purpose, and audience. Style is clear, consistent, and cohesive, appealing appropriately to the intended audience. Language used demonstrates awareness of diverse audiences. Respectful language is used when discussing cultural differences and opposing viewpoints. 20 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConventions Clear control of language conventions with few distracting typos or errors 10 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDocument Style Correct document format in Professional APA style, as specified by your instructor, including correct References page (APA) 15 pts Total Points: 200 Final Rubric As he stated for my half draft this is what was clearly wrong. Introduction-Uncertainty introduced by initial question, it is unclear where introduction ends; there are no transition sentences towards an argument claim, and no thesis at the end of the first paragraph Thesis-There is no argument claim by the writer in evidence Arguments-Some attempts at argument seem to appear mid-paragraph 2 but it is unclear whether these are the writer's arguments or the sources' arguments Evidence and citations-There is some amount of evidence Document Style-The Running Head is an improvement, but the Cover page title block is improperly-formatted; the reference entries are abbreviated with improperly-formatted titles and not in hanging-indent format; there are no appropriate subheading labels to show the arrangement of the composition of the paper; the paper is not double-spaced as required Sources-Fair This was for the half draft. I just completed the full essay. There are the citations on the bottom. Please follow this rrubric, and especially use correct APA formatting. I need a very good grade on this, and you are helping me out a lot. Remember again you can use any of the citations I provided, or any in ivytech or the online library if needed improvement. Especially my thesis, and I also need to correctly use "I say" and "they say" better in my essay. Along with better grammar/anaylsis. Thanks alot! looking forward to the piece of writing.

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