1. What was the purpose of the essay? In your response, explore the deeper meaning of this question. The goal is not just to complete the assignment but instead to convey a message. What do you plan to accomplish with this essay? What do you hope the reader takes away from this argument? The purpose of the essay is to have readers to consider what they put in their mouth: is it healthy; is it going to raise your BP; or do I want to live. I plan to accomplish with this essay a healthier way of living with diabetes. I hope the reader takes away from this argument to take care of your body; what you put in it? 2. What did you learn from completing this assignment? Did you experience a new understanding of the topic? Did you change your perspective after completing the research?
I learn from completing this assignment how to use Toulmin method and what the word Toulmin mean. Yes, I experience a new understanding of the topic. No, I didn’t change my perspective after completing the research of my essay 3. What difficulties did you encounter during the research, writing, or editing phases of the assignment? I didn’t have any difficulties researching or editing my assignment. I have diabetes been a diabetic since my son was 2 and he is 16 now. It wasn’t easy having diabetes and other health issue. I overcame a lot of my illness. Now I have diabetes and only taking medicine for just that I have no cholesterol, high blood pressure, insulin and heart medicine. 4. What did you enjoy about this assignment?
What I enjoyed about this assignment was we were able to pick what we wanted to write about. I get a chance to let my readers know that having diabetes isn’t so bad to live with as long you eat healthy, exercise and take your medication. You can live a healthy and productive life with diabetes. 5. What made you decide to write about this particular topic? Is this topic that you are discussing in another course? Is this a topic that concerns you in...
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