ENG 125 Week 1 Assignment Journal One Identifying Conflicts From Other Sources
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Journal One: Identifying Conflicts From Other Sources. Due by Day 7.
What is a journal?
A journal is traditionally considered a personal reflective writing that is informal in nature. However, an academic journal for your college course is more than that. It is a way to practice formal academic writing, which pays close
attention to spelling, grammar, and stylistics. It has a controlling thought that is explored and supported with appropriate sources. While the purpose of this journal is to have you thoughtfully respond to specific prompts and connect your learning to the assigned readings, it is not meant to be a demonstration of perfect APA style. However, you should follow general APA formatting and style guidelines (include your name, double space your paper, and reference your sources).
How do I write a journal entry in ENG125?
In Weeks One, Two, and Four of this course, you are required to write a journal entry. Each journal prompt will provide specific information regarding what you need to respond to such as assigned readings, how conflict is intertwined into literature, and how certain literary techniques enhance and draw out certain conflicts. The instructions for each journal assignment are formatted using bulleted lists to help you organize your responses. The minimum word count for this assignment is 250 words, and you are expected to use APA style in setting up the document.
Why will I write journal entries in ENG125?
The purpose of a journal entry in this class is to help you explore the relationship between conflict and how it is developed in different literary genres. Also, the goal is to develop your ideas about conflict, genre, and literary...