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*Please refer to the attached file.

You are writing a rough draft for the essay part 1,

This writing practice will focus on

Steps *1 and *2 below:

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FIVE STEPS OF WRITING~*1- Prewrite*2-Draft 3- Revise 4- Edit/Proofread 5- Publish

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Expository Essay Part 1

Student Resource

EXPOSITORY ESSAY

– explains, points out

-

Used in articles, essays, exam questions

- Used to report on research

- Used to share information, give directions

REVIEW:

Elements of Expository Essay:

Thesis

Thesis Statement states topic, introduces supporting points

Structure

- Organization - often by Cause/Effect, Problem/Solution, Compare/Contrast

- Supporting paragraphs (at least one per supporting point)

- Use of formatting, graphics, and multi-media where appropriate

- Conclusion - relates to thesis and pulls supporting points together

Style

- Formal tone - complete sentences; conventional construction and language

- Active voice

Assignment:

Complete the first

two

steps in writing an Expository Essay.

You can use the sample writing prompt on Page 3 or choose a topic based on stories/articles of

your choosing. Page 3 also gives a sample thesis and outline based on the writing prompt. If

writing on your own topic and texts, choose three texts from different genres – e.g., short story,

science fiction, poetry, memoir, informational text, etc.

Step 1)

Prewrite

– Write your thesis statement.

– Determine the structure and organization (e.g., compare/contrast).

– Make an Outline (should include the thesis statement plus a list of

supporting points and a conclusion).

Step 2)

Draft

– Follow your Outline.

– Consider the audience's knowledge of and experience with the topic.

– Give concrete examples (each supporting point should be at least one

paragraph).

– Relate each point back to the thesis statement.

– Draw a conclusion that relates to the thesis statement and ties the

supporting points together.

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Expository Essay Part 1

Student Resource

EXPOSITORY ESSAY - SAMPLE THESIS AND OUTLINE

WRITING PROMPT

:

Compare/contrast the authors' treatments of the theme of

taking

responsibility

in three different genres of text:

Short Story

–"Through the Tunnel,"

Science

Fiction

– "A Sound of Thunder," and

Informational Text

– "Quit blaming; take responsibility."

*

Thesis

:

Authors Lessing, Bradbury, and Gitomer, writing in three different textual genres,

each address the theme of taking responsibility by contrasting instances of responsible and

irresponsible behavior and drawing the conclusion of the benefits of taking responsibility.

*

Supporting paragraphs

– with formatting (subtitles):

1. Short Story

– Lessing ("Through the Tunnel") contrasts Jerry's irresponsible/ responsible

behavior and draws conclusion responsibility is best – Jerry feels better about himself.

- Irresponsible: Jerry tries to get attention, be accepted by other boys; wants to swim

through tunnel before ready (examples from story)

- Responsible: Jerry stops trying to please other boys; adopts his quest; trains and works

to be prepared (examples from story)

- Lessing draws unstated conclusion of benefits of taking responsibility

(contrasts Jerry's feelings before and after quest)

2. Science Fiction

– Bradbury ("A Sound of Thunder") contrasts Time Safari Inc.'s/ Eckels'

responsible/irresponsible behavior and graphically illustrates the devastating results of

irresponsibility.

- Irresponsible: Eckels' uncaring, irresponsible attitude (examples in story)

- Responsible: Time Safari's careful planning and preparation for the hunt

(examples

from story)

- Bradbury ends story showing dramatic impact of being irresponsible, implying the

benefits of responsibility

3. Informational Text

Gitomer ("Quit blaming; take responsibility") compares salespeople

with politicians in their tendency to avoid taking responsibility and contrasts that attitude with

suggestions on taking responsibility to achieve success.

- Irresponsible: Salespeople and politicians blame others for their failures

(specific examples from article)

- Responsible: Suggestions on how they can take responsibility by

studying failures and

making them successes (examples in article)

- Gitomer concludes that salespeople (and politicians) can achieve results

they seek by

overcoming obstacles and taking responsibility

*

Conclusion

:

Authors Lessing, Bradbury, and Gitomer, writing in three different textual

genres, each address the theme of taking responsibility by contrasting instances of responsible

and irresponsible behavior, concluding that taking responsibility brings the best r

This writing practice will focus on

Steps *1 and *2 below:

___________________

~

FIVE STEPS OF WRITING ~* 1-Prewrite* 2- Draft 3- Revise\ 4- Edit/Proofread 5- Publish

Copyright © Acellus Corporation. All Rights Reserved. www.acellus.com

Expository Essay Part 1

Student Resource

EXPOSITORY ESSAY

– explains, points out

-

Used in articles, essays, exam questions

- Used to report on research

- Used to share information, give directions

REVIEW:

Elements of Expository Essay:

Thesis

Thesis Statement states topic, introduces supporting points

Structure

- Organization - often by Cause/Effect, Problem/Solution, Compare/Contrast

- Supporting paragraphs (at least one per supporting point)

- Use of formatting, graphics, and multi-media where appropriate

- Conclusion - relates to thesis and pulls supporting points together

Style

- Formal tone - complete sentences; conventional construction and language

- Active voice

Assignment:

Complete the first

two

steps in writing an Expository Essay.

You can use the sample writing prompt on Page 3 or choose a topic based on stories/articles of

your choosing. Page 3 also gives a sample thesis and outline based on the writing prompt. If

writing on your own topic and texts, choose three texts from different genres – e.g., short story,

science fiction, poetry, memoir, informational text, etc.

Step 1)

Prewrite

– Write your thesis statement.

– Determine the structure and organization (e.g., compare/contrast).

– Make an Outline (should include the thesis statement plus a list of

supporting points and a conclusion).

Step 2)

Draft

– Follow your Outline.

– Consider the audience's knowledge of and experience with the topic.

– Give concrete examples (each supporting point should be at least one

paragraph).

– Relate each point back to the thesis statement.

– Draw a conclusion that relates to the thesis statement and ties the

supporting points together.

Copyright © Acellus Corporation. All Rights Reserved. www.acellus.com

Expository Essay Part 1

Student Resource

EXPOSITORY ESSAY - SAMPLE THESIS AND OUTLINE

WRITING PROMPT

:

Compare/contrast the authors' treatments of the theme of

taking

responsibility

in three different genres of text:

Short Story

–"Through the Tunnel,"

Science

Fiction

– "A Sound of Thunder," and

Informational Text

– "Quit blaming; take responsibility."

*

Thesis

:

Authors Lessing, Bradbury, and Gitomer, writing in three different textual genres,

each address the theme of taking responsibility by contrasting instances of responsible and

irresponsible behavior and drawing the conclusion of the benefits of taking responsibility.

*

Supporting paragraphs

– with formatting (subtitles):

1. Short Story

– Lessing ("Through the Tunnel") contrasts Jerry's irresponsible/ responsible

behavior and draws conclusion responsibility is best – Jerry feels better about himself.

- Irresponsible: Jerry tries to get attention, be accepted by other boys; wants to swim

through tunnel before ready (examples from story)

- Responsible: Jerry stops trying to please other boys; adopts his quest; trains and works

to be prepared (examples from story)

- Lessing draws unstated conclusion of benefits of taking responsibility

(contrasts Jerry's feelings before and after quest)

2. Science Fiction

– Bradbury ("A Sound of Thunder") contrasts Time Safari Inc.'s/ Eckels'

responsible/irresponsible behavior and graphically illustrates the devastating results of

irresponsibility.

- Irresponsible: Eckels' uncaring, irresponsible attitude (examples in story)

- Responsible: Time Safari's careful planning and preparation for the hunt

(examples

from story)

- Bradbury ends story showing dramatic impact of being irresponsible, implying the

benefits of responsibility

3. Informational Text

Gitomer ("Quit blaming; take responsibility") compares salespeople

with politicians in their tendency to avoid taking responsibility and contrasts that attitude with

suggestions on taking responsibility to achieve success.

- Irresponsible: Salespeople and politicians blame others for their failures

(specific examples from article)

- Responsible: Suggestions on how they can take responsibility by

studying failures and

making them successes (examples in article)

- Gitomer concludes that salespeople (and politicians) can achieve results

they seek by

overcoming obstacles and taking responsibility

*

Conclusion

:

Authors Lessing, Bradbury, and Gitomer, writing in three different textual

genres, each address the theme of taking responsibility by contrasting instances of responsible

and irresponsible behavior, concluding that taking responsibility brings the best r

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Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this assignment, students will be able to:

  • Configure, run, and test a linux server in AWS' EC2
  • Configure, run, and test a Windows server in AWS' EC2
Requirements
  1. Create an Ubuntu 20 LAMP server in EC2 like we did in class.
  2. Verify your that Apache was installed by opening your browser and enter the public dns of your server in the address bar. If it does not connect either you did not add HTTP to the Security Group, or the install did not work properly. Take a screenshot and save it (for submission below).
  3. The default location of html and php files is /var/www/html. Change to that directory. Now, using your favorite text editor use sudo to run your editor and create a file in that directory named info.php. For example, sudo nano info.php Then enter the following in that file to show information about the PHP installation: <?php phpinfo(); ?> Save the changes to the file and exit the editor.
  4. Now in your browser, enter the public dns of your server in the address bar / info.php. For example, my public dns was ec2-54-89-230-235.compute-1.amazonaws.com, so I enter  as the url. Take a screenshot and save it (for submission below).
  5. Create a Windows 2016 Server, like we did in class.  
  6. Login to it using Remote Desktop.  Take a screenshot of Remote Desktop connected to your Windows Server and save it (for submission below).
Clean Up

Now that you have completed the assignment, stop or terminate your EC2 instances. Stopping them means that it is now longer running, but your data is saved. That means you will not accrue charges on your running server. Terminating will both stop and delete the instances (also not accruing charges).

What to Submit
  • Screenshot of Apache page on your server shown in your browser
  • Screenshot of the PHP info page on your server shown in your browser
  • Screenshot of Remote Desktop session to your Windows Server
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METHOD 2: Separate two independent clauses with a semicolon or a period.

  1. faulty: Students write papers, professors correct them.

revised: Students write papers; professors correct them.

faulty: The men cooked dinner, the women mixed the drinks.

revised: The men cooked dinner. The women mixed the drinks.

 

In addition, connecting words such as however, therefore, consequently, nevertheless, likewise, besides, also, then, furthermore should be used after the semicolon or period--but not a comma. Because these are strong words, they should be followed by a comma. The word then is an exception; it does not generally take a comma.

  1. - Students write papers; then professors correct them.

- The men cooked dinner; therefore, the women mixed the         drinks.

- The train stops here. However, it is always late.

- I hope the Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup. Nevertheless,     they have a way to go yet.

 

EXERCISE:

Correct each of the following by placing a semicolon or period between the independent clauses. Add commas where they are needed.

  1. I received the most votes therefore I was elected.
  2. I want to visit him however I am not feeling well.
  3. The play was a comedy, it was very funny.
  4. You want your freedom nevertheless you will have to get a  job.
  1. She must be out of town otherwise she would be here.
  2. First we eat dinner, then we have dessert.

 

METHOD 3. Change one of the independent clauses into a dependent clause. This can be done using one of the CONDITIONAL WORDS we discussed earlier.

** Remember, when a dependent clause comes at the beginning of a sentence, it is followed by a comma.

  1. faulty: Students write papers, professors correct them.

revised: When students write papers, professors correct them.

faulty: The train stops here, it is always late.

revised: The train stops here although it is always late.

 

EXERCISE

 

Each of the following contains two independent clauses. Correct the sentence by making one of them into a dependent clause.

 

  1. We went to the museum, Bob went to the ball game.

 

  1. You are my sister I love you.

 

  1. I don't like crowds, I enjoy going to the beach.

 

  1. The temperature dropped it started to rain.

 

  1. I get my change, I look for a penny.

 

  1. You were gone the plumber came.
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Alex’s Interiors, Inc., is an international manufacturer and retailer of home furnishings. The following is from Alex’s balance sheet as of September 30, 2020 (dollars are in millions).
 

              Cash $ 120.00    Accounts Payable $ 46.00      Accounts Receivable   32.00    Wages and Other Expenses Payable   171.00      Inventories   248.00    Notes Payable, (long-term)   263.00      Other Current Assets   46.00    Other Long-Term Liabilities   64.00      Property, Plant, and Equipment   435.00    Contributed Capital   436.00      Other Assets   139.00    Retained Earnings   40.00   


Assume that the following events occurred in the quarter ended December 31 (amounts provided are in whole dollars):
 

a. Paid $12,000,000 cash for an additional other asset.

b. Issued additional shares for $12,000,000 in cash.

c. Purchased property, plant, and equipment; paid $12,000,000 in cash and signed a note to pay the remaining $29,000,000 in two years.

d. Sold, at cost, other assets for $2,000,000 cash.

e. Conducted negotiations to purchase a sawmill, which is expected to cost $56,000,000.

1. Analyze transactions (a) through (e) to determine their effects on the accounting equation. 

2. Record the transaction effects determined in requirement 1 using journal entries. 

3. Summarize the journal entry effects from requirement 2 using T-accounts. Use the September 2020 ending balances as the beginning balances for the October to December 2020 quarter.

4. Prepare a classified balance sheet at December 31, 2020

5. As of December 31, 2020, has the financing for Alex’s Interiors’ investment in assets primarily come from liabilities or from shareholders’ equity?

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