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I need help with a Writing question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.I have 7 and a half hour leftConsider the following when writing CP Draft 1:1. Re-read the assigned AGWR assigned reading in Perusall about the CP, including multimodality, pp. 203 to the top of 220. 2. Read the AGWR, ch. 5 on “Drafting and Crafting” in Perusall especially from page 86 on. This sets expectations for writing the essay, including outlining, the introduction, paragraphing, using evidence, writing an academic title, non-repetitive and meaningful conclusion, etc. 3. Read the AGWR, ch. 3 second half on Citing and Integrating Sources, in Perusall, pp. 51-60. HIGHLY IMPORTANT! 3. Write and submit CP Draft 1, following the prompt, for a minimum of 500-1,000 words. Format the essay and document sources according to MLA.Note that Draft 1 can take one of two forms:a. A draft of 500-1,000 words (more is okay; per the prompt, the final CP should be 1500-2000 words)b. A full introduction (1-3 paragraphs) and detailed outline of the rest of the CP. An outline is a tool for you to organize your paper logically, each section header perhaps leading to a topic sentences in the essay. You can indicate the places you will bring in specific sources, and where you will insert multimodals. 3. Add a title per the AGWR, ch. 5.4. Also craft your introduction per the AGWR, ch. 5. Since the goal of your essay is to persuade your readers (us) that the problem exists and urgently needs to be solved, the introduction paragraph(s) should introduce us to this problem in a succinct way. Use your CP Proposal to tell us what the problem is, who is being hurt, where (geographically) they are being hurt, since when, what has caused the problem, why it exists now, why it needs an urgent solution, and why we should care about it.Your thesis (argument or purpose) should emerge from the introduction. It might be more than one sentence but it should assert that the problem exists (what is broken about it and needs to be fixed?), why we should understand and/or care about it, and why it urgently needs to be solved (fixed). This is what you want to convince us about in this essay.Be sure to parenthetically cite the sources of all your information, even in the introduction! (Note that by now you should have information from at least 3-5 recent periodical articles and 3-5 academic journal articles for your paper.)If you want to begin your with a story or anecdote illustrating the problem like Gawande often does, you may choose to have that in t 1st paragraph followed by an introduction in the 2nd paragraph.5. After the introduction, for either an outline or writing the draft, the essay should further develop points raised in the introduction and teach us everything about the problem, including its historical and rhetorical contexts, as per the prompt. It should explore the complexities behind why the problem continues to persist and what people are saying about it, including people who don’t believe it’s a problem or don’t care. It should provide some history or trends behind the problem, explaining why it exists now the way it does. Check your CP Proposal to help with content. 6. For body paragraphs, start with a transitional topic sentence that gives your point. Offer evidence to support every assertion you make so it’s believable. Integrate quotations with your own words. See the AGWR, ch. 3, pp. 51-60 on Citing and Integrating Sources. Cite the sources of the evidence per MLA guidelines. Try this UCI library citation guide! Try not to end (or begin) paragraphs with evidence. Instead, explain or interpret the evidence in terms of what it’s saying AND how it supports your point. Is there a multimodal element you can bring in to help make your point in the paragraph? If it’s a graph or image, be sure to caption it! You can create a pull quote or some other multimodal element, if you think it will illustrate or reinforce your point. See the assigned AGWR readings on multimodality for more. 7. At the end of your draft, write a Works Cited of the sources you intend to use in the CP (at least 6!), in MLA format. You can copy directly from your Annotated Bibliography, including the annotations. But title it “Works Cited” since these are the works actually cited in the paper. 8. Submit your document here to Canvas on time! Requirements: 1000 words   |   .doc file