Provide your reasons for refusing the recipient’s request. Use positive language and do not write,  regret to inform you that cannot fulfil your request.” Just focus on the reasons why you must refuse the request.

Indirect or Negative Message

In the first body paragraph, provide your reasons for refusing the recipient’s request. Use positive language and do not write,  regret to inform you that cannot fulfil your request.” Just focus on the reasons why you must refuse the request.

In this body paragraph, you want to imply the bad news without emphasizing it. Provide an alternative solution here or some type of compromise if possible.

If this letter were a credit refusal, you might write something like this: Visa extends credit to applicants with a 780 score or higher. You do qualify for a secured credit card, which can help you build your credit. Notice how refused the applicant’s request without ever saying that was refusing it?

Which pillar do you think is best suited to help individuals to cultivate more meaning in their lives during this specific time we are living in?

The Power of Meaning Essay Outline

Attention grabber. Suggestions: pose a question, provide a thought-provoking quote,
use an analogy, provide a short personal story, etc. Just make sure your attention grabber directly relates to the focus of your essay. 1-3 sentences.
Context and background information. For the purposes of this essay, this is a good
place to 1) introduce the book and the author 2) summarize Smith’s main argument in the book, 3) define each of the four pillars of meaning 4) set context for your essay related to the specific pillar you will be writing about. Note The Power of Meaning is not a novel.
It’s a non-fiction book. Novels are fiction/untrue stories. 5-6 sentences.
Thesis. Your  should identify the pillar you find most important, and answer the key questions for this assignment: Which pillar do you think is best suited to help
individuals to cultivate more meaning in their lives during this specific time we are
living in?

Interpret the piece of evidence you chose. What is it saying? What insight does it have to offer your reader?

The Power of Meaning Essay Outline

Your body paragraphs are places for you to present evidence to support your thesis.
Each body paragraph matters. What evidence do you need to show your reader in order to convince them that your thesis is true — that the pillar you chose is important for people to cultivate to meet this moment. Each body paragraph will need to contain a thoughtful topic sentence that supports the thesis, evidence, and analysis. Creating a
successful outline means opening up your book / looking at your annotations to find the most important pieces of evidence to include in your essay. You can use evidence from any part of the book we’ve read so far, just make sure it supports your thesis that is focused on a single pillar.
Body Paragraph #1
Your first piece of evidence. What is the first piece of evidence you want to share
with your reader?
● A full paragraph summarizing the pillar you are focusing on?
● Your personal connection to the pillar? Or personal analysis of why this pillar
is needed right now .
● A specific piece of evidence from The Power of Meaning that you either quote
or paraphrase.
● Choose one.
1. Topic Sentence. What will this paragraph be about? 1-2 sentences:
2. Specific piece of evidence to support your topic sentence: Direct quote,
paraphrase, or summary from The Power of Meaning, personal experience, etc.
3. Interpret and analyze this evidence. Interpret the piece of evidence you chose.
What is it saying? What insight does it have to offer your reader?
4. Make connections back to your argument and purpose. How does this piece of
evidence show the importance of your pillar? How does it support your thesis
statement?

Are the steps clear? Do the visuals help or hinder the message?

For your Discussion Board this week, you will create a similar list of steps with accompanying images  for a new task: a “How-To” for completing a past assignment from this course!
For your initial post this week, you’ll be making a chart similar to the one below that details the steps of your task on the right, and includes images on the left to accompany each step.
The task you choose for your “How-To” guide can be an entire assignment, or merely a portion of one.
Try to choose a task that can be completed effectively in 5-10 steps, as longer instructions might get overwhelming. Your initial post is important, as you’ll be using it to make a presentation for this week’s Writing Assignment.
In your responses, assist your peers with their presentations. Are the steps clear? Do the visuals help or hinder the message?

Compare and contrast how the authors develop this theme by referencing specific literary devices and techniques in your response.

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In a five-paragraph literary analysis essay, explain how each author develops the common theme. Compare and contrast how the authors develop this theme by referencing specific literary devices and techniques in your response.

Describe the rival source you found and why you selected that source. What makes this a credible source?

For this week’s discussion, you will find a credible source that either presents a rival perspective to your argument for change or will help you address a rival hypothesis that you identified in the Unit 4 Assignment. Then, you will share a key passage from the source that is relevant to the rival hypothesis and paraphrase that information using a signal phrase and in-text citation. Respond to the following prompts in at least two well-developed paragraphs :

1. Identify the rival hypothesis you need to address in your essay.
2. Describe the rival source you found and why you selected that source. What makes this a credible source?
3. Copy and paste a 1–5 sentence passage from the source and label it as the “Original Passage.”
4. Paraphrase the short passage you shared in a way that you might use the idea in your essay . Be sure to use in-text citations with any sentences paraphrasing ideas from the source, e.g., or According to Jane Doe . Remember from your reading that an effective paraphrase sets up the information and explains it in a way that connects it to your argument .

Have you ever bought a product that did not work as promised? Have you been disappointed in service at a bank, restaurant, department store, or discount house or from an online merchant?

Positive Business letter

Case Study 6.17
Direct Claim: Righting a Wrong
Adapted from Page 186, so please refer to this assignment sheet as the final word for assignment requirements
Have you ever bought a product that did not work as promised? Have you been disappointed in service at a bank, restaurant, department store, or discount house or from an online merchant? Have you had ideas about how a company or organization could improve its image, service, or product?

Remember that smart companies want to know what their customers think, especially if they could improve their product or services.

Compare Jung and Freud- Where do they ideas both converge and fall away from one another? Provide some defining characteristics of psychoanalysis and how each author exemplifies aspects of the discipline.

Research Essay / Compare and Contrast- You’ll be comparing two of the
authors in the textbook.
Choose ONE of the following suggested topics:
Compare Jung and Freud- Where do they ideas both converge and fall away from one another? Provide some defining characteristics of psychoanalysis and how each author exemplifies aspects of the discipline.
Compare Jefferson with Aristotle – How does each writer view and define the tenants of democracy?
How was this viewed or applied during their time in history? Are their views relevant today?