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kaydizzels:

Select one of the options below for a writing assignment of 250-500 words in which you apply what you have learned about varieties of written Standard English. Select one of the options below for a writing assignment of 250-500 words in which you apply what you have learned about varieties of written Standard English. Option A: Create your own collection of written Standard English texts. Research and locate a technical text, an informational text, and a literary text. Explain how and why your choices fit each of the categories. Option B: One of the ways in which Benjamin Franklin mastered English was to "translate" a text by first paraphrasing it, writing it again as a poem, and then moving it back to prose. By this method, he made sure that he understood everything a text was saying by saying it in his own words. Imitate Benjamin Franklin by selecting a news story on a current event. Translate it into a brief short story (add characters, suspense, etc.) or a poem. Then reflect on and write about how form influences the outcome of your text. Option C: Locate a legal document (terms of use agreement, etc.). "Translate" it into ordinary English. Then reflect on and write about what you had to do to successfully accomplish the task. For each of these options, remember to document your source(s) properly, using MLA format (click here to review the Style Guide).

mxddi3:

welcome to QuestionCove! do you know which you wish to do? A, B, or C?

mxddi3:

personally for me, i would choose C, but I think B and C are easiest. it depends on your writing level because i can not write the assignment for you...but i can give you pointers on what to do once you choose!

RodeWolf:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @mxddi3 personally for me, i would choose C, but I think B and C are easiest. it depends on your writing level because i can not write the assignment for you...but i can give you pointers on what to do once you choose! \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) same here

helpmeineedhelp:

What is the help needed? What are you translating from? I agree also, C sounds the easiest to me

kaydizzels:

i'm sorry for responding late, a the two laddies that responded have been helping me this whole time! they broke everything down and I now understand ! thank you

mxddi3:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @helpmeineedhelp What is the help needed? What are you translating from? I agree also, C sounds the easiest to me \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) yes, i told her to pick an article, as she did, and then i just told her to make tht into a little story, as Ben Franklin did. you could offer input as well, just kay, please post your writing here for others to see : )

kaydizzels:

its not letting me paste it on the text

mxddi3:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @kaydizzels its not letting me paste it on the text \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) i'll post it for you

mxddi3:

Sarah fuller was a young girl who grew up in a small town in Texas called Wylie. Starting at a young age Sarah was very ambitious and she had a passion for soccer. Sarah then attended her high school and played for Wylie's Highschool soccer team. Before she knew it she was recruited to a college named Vanderbilt where she could do what she loved most which was playing soccer. Shortly after she had no idea how her life would change forever. Sarah was given a opportunity to be apart of a legendary school. Vanderbilt football team offered Sarah the chance for her to become their kicker. With long thought, She then took the offer. Sarah stepped up to the plate and did what she had to do and made history. Sarah was the first women to play in a Power Five conference. Sarah has now changed the game for all female athletes and with perseverance and determination she was able to do anything she put her mind to.

kaydizzels:

thanks so much you've been such a big help, im so thankful to you.

emma111:

option a i think

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