The Cover Letter
1) What is your purpose in writing this 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 this essay is to let people now that the women’s suffrage amendment is just the first big step for women to be heard in America. My goal is to help people understand that women and men are both humans, and humans all make mistakes and they should have equal opportunities. I plan to help the reader feel the daily struggle a typical women encounters. I hope the reader will be able to imagine how he would feel if they had to experience things mentioned in my essay.
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 essay? The newest things I came across are pathos, ethos, and logos. I’ve never heard these writing styles mentioned in the past. I felt like I learned a great deal from these writing styles, and they helped me complete my essay the correct style. My perspective didn’t really change I already knew about the issues with women working careers in the past. Myself personally I have always been an advocate for people pulling their own weight, whether at home or work.
3) What difficulties did you encounter during the writing or editing phases of the assignment? The Thesis statement is always a big issue for me I usually find myself changing or re-wording my Thesis constantly. Another difficulty for me would be the ability to place my in-text citations while still continuing the flow of my paragraph. This always plagues me with my papers, punctuation and grammar usually a given on most any papers.
4) What did you enjoy about this assignment?
I enjoyed reading the essay originally; it was very emotional to...
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