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6.08 Outlining English 1

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  1. anonymous
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    @Jack_Prism Can you help me please?

  2. Jack_Prism
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    Hey you have to put the actual question in there remember

  3. anonymous
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    I know but it's long question. lolz

  4. Jack_Prism
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    copy and paste

  5. anonymous
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    kk

  6. anonymous
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    6.08 Outline Template Complete the following outline in complete sentences. You need at least two body paragraphs and the specified number of examples and explanations. If you would like to have additional paragraphs or examples and explanations, just add them to your template. Writing Prompt: How have these two authors expressed their relationships with nature? After reading and analyzing "The Calypso Borealis," an essay by John Muir, and William Wordsworth's poem, "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," write an essay in which you describe how each author views nature and answer the question. Support your discussion with evidence from the text. I. Hook:Two literary works best conveyed nature in their own manner, one called "The Calypso Borealis," an essay written by John Miller called and a poem written by William Wordsworth's called "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud." A. Bridge: Both author created work that captures the beauty of nature, while displaying their compassion and emotion for such beauty. They each capture the essence in their own way, one through a poem while the other through an essay , each using a their own descriptive imagery to cultivate the scenery and amazement of the experience. A. Bridge: William Wordsworth and John Miller not only through the diction , vocabulary, and syntax, but also through the impact of tone, and mood, and while both authors express their relationship in different ways there is still the essence of them impact on the audience. B. Thesis: Wordsworth and Muir express their deep connection and love with nature using similes and hyperboles to show the reader how much nature had effected their lives. II. Topic Sentence: Muir A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation:   III. Topic Sentence: A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation: IV. Conclusion A. You will write a conclusion in a later lesson and do not need to complete this part now.

  7. anonymous
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    All I need is the Example, Explanation's. That's all I need help with.

  8. Jack_Prism
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    alright.....one sec let me pull up the stories

  9. anonymous
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    kk

  10. Jack_Prism
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    alright so i am looking for exampls right now....give me like 5 minutes

  11. anonymous
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    kk

  12. Jack_Prism
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    Just letting you know The Calypso Borealis dosen't have any similes in it

  13. anonymous
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    Okay.

  14. Jack_Prism
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    so thats thesis you have wouldn't work being that you said they both convey it through similies and hypobles

  15. anonymous
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    Um the thesis is what I put for 6.06 and I got that right.

  16. Jack_Prism
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    ? but it dosent work with this outline that you are doing right now w

  17. anonymous
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    Oh okay. Contiue teacher.

  18. Jack_Prism
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    -_-

  19. anonymous
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    Hehehe lolz

  20. Jack_Prism
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    ok i will like for hypobles now

  21. anonymous
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    Okay

  22. Jack_Prism
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    i wandered as lonely as a cloud: exampl/ They stretched in never-ending line.....its an exaggeration

  23. Jack_Prism
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    The rarest and most beautiful of the flowering plants I discovered on this first grand excursion was Calypso borealis.....this is from the other one

  24. Jack_Prism
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    now there are two examples

  25. anonymous
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    For Muir right??

  26. Jack_Prism
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    ya

  27. Jack_Prism
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    So explanation for the first one: It is very obvious that in the story "i wandered as lonely as the clouds" he feels as if the stars never ended in the sky....

  28. Jack_Prism
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    or something along those lines

  29. Jack_Prism
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    Now try and make a explanation for the second one

  30. anonymous
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    He saw the rarest and most beautiful flower as he was walking?

  31. Jack_Prism
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    yes

  32. anonymous
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    And what about the other one??

  33. Jack_Prism
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    i already did that one

  34. anonymous
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    These?? III. Topic Sentence: A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation:

  35. Jack_Prism
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    oooooooooooooooooooooohhhhh......you need all of those

  36. anonymous
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    Yeah. :/

  37. Jack_Prism
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    well then ok

  38. anonymous
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    You just looooooooooove to help don't you??

  39. Jack_Prism
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    yup....and i dont even think there is that many hyperboles in that story

  40. anonymous
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    There's two story and it's more of a poem.

  41. Jack_Prism
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    i know....but each of those explanations have to be for both of the stories

  42. anonymous
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    oooooooooooooooooooooohhhhh

  43. Jack_Prism
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    ya

  44. Jack_Prism
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    ya so you might have to rethink your thesis

  45. anonymous
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    mk. Thanks for helping!

  46. Jack_Prism
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    yup

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