Write an essay of seven to nine paragraphs presenting your argument.

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Instructions
Purpose:  For this assignment, you’ll evaluate characters from Gilgamesh, the Ramayana, and the Odyssey and then write an essay of seven to nine paragraphs (see specific topic below) arguing for and supporting your conclusions. This assignment will build your writing, analytical, and evaluative skills.
You may be able to further develop ideas in the work you have already submitted in discussions. However, be careful you don’t plagiarize your classmates’ submissions. You are encouraged to use the background material in the course to further develop your own original interpretations and arguments; researching other secondary sources is not required for this assignment, and plagiarism of other sources will not be tolerated.
Bloom’s evaluate
Topic: For this assignment, pretend that the (fictional) Book of Wisdom and Knowledge has been stolen from your university’s library by an unknown person or group of people. Your faculty and classmates have chosen you to find this item and bring it back to your community. However, no true hero works alone, and you must select four others to accompany you on your journey. Your companions will be chosen from characters found in the three epics we have read together so far this semester: Gilgamesh, the Ramayana, and the Odyssey.
In this essay, you are to clearly identify the four characters that compose the rest of your team and explain why each one was selected. Support your arguments with evidence from the texts (including quotations). Consider each character’s strengths and weaknesses, both individually and as a member of the team. NOTE: Any character in these epics may be chosen, not just the main characters.
Task:
Write an essay of seven to nine paragraphs presenting your argument. Include quotations from the texts as well as additional details that illustrate and enhance the points you are making. Use the following as an outline of what to include:
Your first paragraph should be an engaging introduction. Don’t forget the thesis.
Structure your essay as you choose, but the writing should be organized. Perhaps focus on one character at a time, or focus on one desirable virtue or trait at a time.
Give specific examples and quotes from the texts to support your analyses. Use in-text citations in MLA format for the quotations.
The last paragraph should be a conclusion. Why do you think your team will be able to successfully achieve its goal?
Your final page should be your Works Cited page, in MLA format. It should include the three literary texts (our epics), as well as any content pages from the course material to which you may have referred.
Don’t forget to review the guidelines for How to Succeed in the Written Assignments and the Sample paper in MLA format.  Make sure you save time to submit your draft to Tutor.com via the free Tutoring Services link for helpful feedback before the due date.  All writing assignments have Turnitin enabled for plagiarism detection.
You’ll be graded on your ability to analyze and evaluate your topic thoughtfully through your writing, as well as on your language, organization, and MLA formatting.  Familiarize yourself with the criteria below and the grading requirements by going under Assessments/Rubrics in your nav bar to the Unit 3 Essay Writing Rubric.
File submissions:  Please submit your file as a DOC.X or PDF file.
Criteria on which you will be graded:
Your arguments are thoughtful
Your essay is well-organized
Your analysis is specific and original
Your use of language is clear and effective
Your quotations and Works Cited are correctly formatted in MLA style
Due Date
Mar 7, 2022 11:59 PM
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Rubric Name: Essay Rubric SP21
This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table.
Criteria
Superior (A)
20 points
Good (B)
17 points
Acceptable (C)
15 points
Needs Improvement (D)
13 points
Failing (F)
11 points
Not Submitted
0 points
Criterion Score
Critical Thinking and Purpose/Task Fulfillment
Demonstrates mastery of skill in the objective and critical understanding of the topic
Demonstrates above average skill or understanding of the objective and a good understanding of the topic
Demonstrates moderate skill or understanding of the objective and an average level of thought about the topic
Demonstrates only partial skill or understanding of the objective, or demonstrates a lack of thought or consideration of the issue
Demonstrates obvious lack of effort, skill  or comprehension
Not Submitted
Score of Critical Thinking and Purpose/Task Fulfillment,/ 20
Organization
Clear sense of order and completeness; clear central idea that relates to the topic and is sharply observed
Consistent sense of order with rare gaps or repetition; clear central idea that relates to the topic; mature thought and logic
Central idea relates to the topic; average thought & logic; gaps or repetition somewhat detract from sense of order
Writer’s purpose and organizational plan are minimally perceivable to reader; little thought and logic
Lacks clear a central idea or organizational plan; unsatisfactory thought and logic; reader is confused
Not Submitted
Score of Organization,/ 20
Development
Well-developed with many specific details; points are logically developed
Good use of details and evidence
Some details and evidence
Sparse details and evidence
Lack of development or repetitious, incoherent, illogical development
Not Submitted
Score of Development,/ 20
Use of Language
Vivid vocabulary; effective transitions; sophisticated sentences; no major errors and few minor errors
Accurate word choice; very few major and minor errors
Average word choice; few major errors; several minor errors
Weak word choice; several major errors; multiple minor errors
Unsatisfactory vocabulary; many major and minor errors
Not Submitted
Score of Use of Language,/ 20
Documentation
Each body paragraph contains at least one quotation from the required sources.  Sources are documented correctly using MLA style in in-text citations and on the Works Cited page.
Some quotations are used, along with paraphrases and summaries from the primary text(s).  These specific examples are used effectively, but citation style needs to meet MLA guidelines.
Quotations are used, but they are not introduced well or may be only generally connected to the main idea of the paragraph.  Errors in MLA citation style are a concern.
Quotations and paraphrases from the required sources are used sparingly or not at all, showing a lack of connection to the literary text(s).  If present, MLA documentation is not used correctly in either in-text citations or on the Works Cited page.
The essay lack both a Works Cited page and in-text documentation.
Not Submitted
Score of Documentation,/ 20
Rubric Total Score
Total
Score of Essay Rubric SP21,/ 100Criterion score has been overridden
Overall Score
Overall Score
A
90 points minimum
B
80 points minimum
C
70 points minimum
D
60 points minimum
F
1 point minimum
Not Submitted
0 points minimum

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