Learning Goal: I’m working on a english writing question and need a sample draft

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.Remember that your paragraph is a minimum of 10 sentences. Each of the sentences is outlined below. Each sentence must be a complete sentence with a subject, verb and complete thought with a period at the end.Put your paragraph into correct paragraph format. If you don’t know what that is, go to modules and click on writing samples, and I have a sample called paragraph format to help you. Rough Draft of Body Paragraph 1Body paragraph #1 is about mistakes you make when making bids in 3 ways.Context is the information you give before the quote that helps the quote make sense. The minimum context is the author states or Gottman tells us, something like that.Body Paragraph #1 outline – mistakes making bidsTransition + topic sentence that three mistakes you make when making a bid to others are 1,2,3.Transition + main idea sentence about idea 1.Context + quote from book illustrating idea.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.Transition + main idea sentence about idea 2.Context + quote from book illustrating idea.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.Transition + main idea sentence about idea 3.Context + quote from book illustrating idea.Explanation of how quote support main idea sentence.Body paragraph #2 is about 3 different mistakes you make when receiving bidsContext is the information you give before the quote that helps the quote make sense. The minimum context is the author states or Gottman tells us, something like that.Body Paragraph #2 outline – mistakes receiving bidsTransition + Create your topic sentence to include the three issues you have when receiving bids to others.Transition + main point 1 sentence: Your first mistake receiving a bidContext + Quote from text supporting the idea of this kind of mistakeExplanation of the quote in terms of your mistakeTransition + main point 2 sentence: Another mistake receiving a bid Context + Quote from text supporting the idea of this kind of mistakeExplanation of the quote in terms of your mistakeTransition + main point 3 sentence: Your third mistake receiving a bidContext + Quote from text supporting the idea of this kind of mistake:Explanation of the quote in terms of your mistake: Body paragraph #3 is about your personal story of avoiding a bid buster. Body Paragraph #3 outline – your personal story of avoiding a bid busterTransition + topic sentence: Agreeing or disagreeing with the author’s main idea that through avoiding bid busters, we can lower conflict or improve a tense situation because of your personal experience of …Explain the experience in vivid detail: Using transitions to move through time, tell us the story of what usually happens with this person and what you did to avoid a bid buster in a tense situation this time. IncludeWho?
What?
Where?
Why?
When?
Transition + main idea sentence stating if the technique you employed worked or not and how this supports or negates the author’s claim. Context + quote from text that speaks to your main point.Explanation of why you believe the technique worked / didn’t work/ or will work in future. Rough draft introductionPart one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your introduction paragraph. A ] Creating the HookCreate 4 different kinds of hooks about the subject of this introduction:Write an interesting statistic/fact about this subject that most people do not know – quote your source
Write a famous quote which may apply to this subject – put the quote in quotation marks (author of quote)
Write an important question that we might ask about the topic.
Write a bit of wisdom / old saying you know that is suggested by this subject. It can come from the USA or your country.
Look at your 4 hooks and decide which one you like the best :)B ] Background information:1. Write a sentence that explains your favorite hook and relate it to the book, using author name and book title.2. Write a sentence that introduces who the author of the book is – profession, life experiences that are important. 3. Write 3 sentences telling what the book is about. Define terms like bid.4. Write 3 sentences explaining why the book is important and why someone should read it.C ] Make a thesis statement to include the following -Topic = Understanding bids for connectionHow we feel = we can improve / enhance our relationshipsHow we write= recognize mistakes making bids, mistakes receiving bids, and avoid bid bustersD] NOW: Put all those sentences together in paragraph form and write your introduction:Rough Draft of ConclusionUse a transition + Summarize the main ideas in first body paragraph in 2 sentences:Use a transition + Summarize the main ideas in second body paragraph in 2 sentences:Use a transition + Summarize the main ideas in third body paragraph in 2 sentences:C] Create additional ending strategies [ 3 sentences]Choose 2-3 of the following and then pick the ones you like best for your paragraph1] Write a suggestion/advice you might make for the readers :2] Come full circle & talk about your hook or title again and relate it to ideas in the book:3] Make a prediction about what will happen if the reader follows growth or fixed mindset in his/her life.4] Use a new quote, question, or anecdote relating to ideas in the book:D] Put all of your sentences together in paragraph form to write your 10-12 sentence conclusion below. Remember the very last sentence to be a sentence in your own words – no quotes or questions.the book for this class is (The Relationship Cure: A 5 Step Guide to Strengthening Your Marriage, Family, and Friendships)
Requirements: 2 pages

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