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  1. anonymous
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    2. Using what you have learned about evidence, explanation, quotations, and paraphrase, write your body paragraphs in the space below.  You will need to include at least one of each of the following: a direct quotation introduced with a complete sentence and a colon a direct quotation introduced with a signaling phrase and a comma a direct quotation that is introduced and explained in one sentence a paraphrased example an embedded quotation

  2. anonymous
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    @FarmBoy13

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    the 3rd one

  4. anonymous
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    It's not a multiple question.

  5. anonymous
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    what is it

  6. anonymous
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    You have to read two short poem "The Calypso Borealis," an essay by John Muir, and William Wordsworth's poem, "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," and answer the question. Like write rough draft but adding the a's stuff into the rough draft.

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    @x3_x3

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    do u know wherei could read that book?

  9. anonymous
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    You can research it online.

  10. anonymous
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    And BTW it's a poem.

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    I KNEW DT XD ok hld up

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    @Lady.Liv1776

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    Wait I'm kinda confused here...so you have to read the poems/stories and then write a paragraph on each of them, including the following things that you listed?

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    Yes @Lady.Liv1776

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    Okay, haha, well have you read them?

  16. anonymous
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    Yes of course, but it's the adding the listed stuff that I need help with.

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    Ohhh okay gotcha. Alrighty, so do you have a thesis statement for each of them?

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    No but I have this for the conclusion. 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: They stretched in never-ending line B. Explanation: 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 C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: The rarest and most beautiful of the flowering plants I discovered on this first grand excursion was Calypso borealis D. Explanation: He saw the rarest and most beautiful flower as he was walking III. Topic Sentence: A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: "I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills." B. Explanation: He felt lonely as a sky, that he floats on top of the o'er vales and hills. C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: "When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils" D. Explanation: When he saw a crowd meaning a feild, a host meaning a rescorces to people and that host was a daffodils.

  19. anonymous
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    okay so it looks like you have a few quotes in there already, that's good! So this one is just for the Calypso one right?

  20. anonymous
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    No it's for both of them and I found the statement. 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.

  21. anonymous
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    Awesome. okay so the next step would be to create a small outline so you can organize the quotes for each one.

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    The pargraph I put is an outline.

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    Okay, then the rest should be pretty simple. Go ahead and type your paragraphs (make sure to use your quotes as support and to support them) then, if you still need a revising eye, tag me, and I'll look over them for you :)

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    @Lady.Liv1776

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    Can you go ahead and use that outline to write your paragraphs?

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    I'll try.

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    Okay, then when you finish them and want me to look over them, just tag me :P

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    @Lady.Liv1776

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    Is it alright now? @Lady.Liv1776

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    yes good job

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    Okay thank you.

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