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ENG  101 ESSAY ONE DRAFT ONE EXAMINATION
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Read  the essay exam prompts carefully and then choose only ONE.  Write a thesis-centered essay of at least 500 words in response to this one question.  Be sure your essay addresses all parts  of the question.
You  have 90 minutes to compose, revise, and proofread your work.  You are permitted to use two writing aids on this exam: (1) a paper dictionary (no electronic dictionaries), and (2) notes written on the articles that you made in the margins or blank spaces of  the exam readings. 
As  you develop your essay, make sure that you provide sufficient support throughout your essay.  Analyze your examples to show their relevance to your argument.  Use your own observations, experiences, or other sources to develop your claims.  When you cite directly  from the readings, use proper MLA in text citation. 

Question 1
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              English 101- Essay One:  Sedaris and Anzaldua

Read the two questions below carefully and then choose only ONE.  Write a thesis-centered essay of at least 500 words in response to this one question.  Be sure your essay addresses all parts of the question.

You have 90 minutes to compose, revise, and proofread your work.  You are permitted to use two writing aids on this exam: (1) a paper dictionary (no electronic dictionaries), and (2) notes written on the articles that you made in  the margins or blank spaces of the exam readings.

As you develop your essay, make sure that you provide sufficient support throughout your essay.  Analyze your examples to show their relevance to your argument.  Use your own observations, experiences, or other sources to develop  your claims.  When you cite directly from the readings, use proper MLA in text citation
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·  Please choose ONE of the following two prompts to draft an essay.

·  You want to start with a clear opinion or question: thesis.

· Make sure you have 2-3 quotes in total that are important to support your thesis from David Sedaris’s “Me Talk Pretty One Day” and Gloria Anzaldua’s “How to Tame a Wild Tongue.” Make sure  you have a least one quote from both readings.

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1)  Explore the connection between language and identity.  Is language/ the multiple languages one learns personal to the way someone develops and relates to the world?

2)     Explore the costs and process of learning through the essays we have read. How does learning language impact humans everyday? 

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