Focusing on drafting using the materials that you have gathered this far is an important part of the writing process. Each step taken to further the editing and revising of an essay will make it that much more polished as a final draft. Just as in most projects at work, there are steps to follow to produce a satisfactory final product in academic papers.
Review instructor feedback on your Week 1 to Week 3 assignments. (Still waiting on instructor to finish grading my week 3 assignment to provide feedback, once received will attach document)
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word draft of your comparison-contrast paper that makes seeing the differences and similarities of your chosen topics clear.
Use the topic you selected in Week 1, your research from Week 2, and your thesis and outline from Week 3.
Review your essay for effective use of basic English grammar, word usage, and sentence style before turning in your paper.
Answer the following on the last page of your submission:
Often we have questions or uncertainties about our own writing, but when an instructor returns comments or grade they don't address what we ourselves wondered or worried about. What questions would you like me specifically to answer about your rough draft? You must ask at least one question, and try to limit the questons to no more than three.
Format your assignment according to APA guidelines.