PLEASE SUBMIT A ~1250 WORD DRAFT ESSAY REQUIREMENTS: ATTACHED WILL BE MY ESSAY I

Please submit a ~1250 word draft essay
Requirements:
Attached will be my essay introduction. Please re-write and elaberate on it as well. There should be some comments on how to improve from my prof.
FOr this essay, I want to focus on the implications AI will/could have for those living with disabilities. Devices such as self-driving vehicles, future technology like Neurolink. How will AI learn to help those with specific needs. What will need to be improved, etc
You must write your essay on a primary source from our class readings. You must also select and cite three secondary sources from our library research resources. This link is located on the left hand menu in Sakai as well. You will find links to scholarly resources and citation help. You can also contact our subject area librarian for assistance, John Dingle. Use Brock library research tools to find scholarly and peer-reviewed materials. One of your secondary sources may be taken from a popular source, such as Wired, the New York Times, The Atlantic or similarly researched publications. Use these sources to support ideas and arguments that are outside general knowledge. Use these sources to lend context and breadth to your argument by showing how your argument relates to a current conversation.
Please write and include a works cited at the end of your essay in MLA format. You will find research support in our library research resources page, but an excellent tool for creating MLA citations can be found on OWL. There is even a tool for “auto-magically” creating citations, as well as simple descriptions for how to lay out your document and include in-text citations!
Your body paragraphs should extend and discuss your central argument, as it is defined by your thesis statement. Each body paragraph should discuss a single topic or issue, related to your main thesis. Each paragraph should contain a topic sentence that summarizes the topic or issue in the paragraph. The topic sentence should be located at the beginning of each paragraph. Each body paragraph should also contain direct citations and quotations from your primary and secondary sources. Use these quotations and citations to support your claims. When you make a citation, be sure to follow it with an explicit description of its significance in your own words. Tell your reader why this example is meaningful in plain language and how it supports your thesis. Finally, conclude each paragraph by anticipating the issues in the next paragraph. This transition sentence will help link your logic throughout your essay.
Finally, write a concluding paragraph that summarizes your argument or point of view. Now that you have collected evidence and logically explained your argument, you are in a position to imagine the next step for other researchers who may follow you. What issues or problems has your analysis exposed? What will be a problem in the future? What warnings or recommendations would you have for society at large? Have fun with your conclusion! Enjoy the ability to make claims and statements that rest on your hard work.
Be sure to proofread your essay! This is a draft, but you’ll want to avoid as many fundamental mistakes in grammar and mechanics as possible. There are many techniques to adequately proof your work. I always recommend that you read your essay aloud. Let your ear hear the errors. If you can read your essay aloud without a hiccup or pause, your essay is likely well constructed. Be wary of run-on sentences, fragment sentences, comma errors, as well as wordy or awkward syntax. This assignment is a work in progress
Rubric:
/5 Revised Introduction: Does the introduction have a clear and concise introduction, with a thesis statement, adequate context, an engaging hook, and a great title?
/5 Research: Does the essay have adequate and appropriate research to support the claims made, including three reliable sources?
/5 Organization: Does the essay have well structured paragraphs containing a topic and transitions sentences, as well as direct references or citations?
/5 Grammar and Mechanics: Are the sentences well-formed and complete? Are the sentences grammatically and syntactically correct?
Requirements:
You must write your essay on a primary source from our class readings. You must also select and cite three secondary sources from our library research resources. This link is located on the left hand menu in Sakai as well. You will find links to scholarly resources and citation help. You can also contact our subject area librarian for assistance, John Dingle. Use Brock library research tools to find scholarly and peer-reviewed materials. One of your secondary sources may be taken from a popular source, such as Wired, the New York Times, The Atlantic or similarly researched publications. Use these sources to support ideas and arguments that are outside general knowledge. Use these sources to lend context and breadth to your argument by showing how your argument relates to a current conversation.
Please write and include a works cited at the end of your essay in MLA format. You will find research support in our library research resources page, but an excellent tool for creating MLA citations can be found on OWL. There is even a tool for “auto-magically” creating citations, as well as simple descriptions for how to lay out your document and include in-text citations!
Your body paragraphs should extend and discuss your central argument, as it is defined by your thesis statement. Each body paragraph should discuss a single topic or issue, related to your main thesis. Each paragraph should contain a topic sentence that summarizes the topic or issue in the paragraph. The topic sentence should be located at the beginning of each paragraph. Each body paragraph should also contain direct citations and quotations from your primary and secondary sources. Use these quotations and citations to support your claims. When you make a citation, be sure to follow it with an explicit description of its significance in your own words. Tell your reader why this example is meaningful in plain language and how it supports your thesis. Finally, conclude each paragraph by anticipating the issues in the next paragraph. This transition sentence will help link your logic throughout your essay.
Finally, write a concluding paragraph that summarizes your argument or point of view. Now that you have collected evidence and logically explained your argument, you are in a position to imagine the next step for other researchers who may follow you. What issues or problems has your analysis exposed? What will be a problem in the future? What warnings or recommendations would you have for society at large? Have fun with your conclusion! Enjoy the ability to make claims and statements that rest on your hard work.
Be sure to proofread your essay! This is a draft, but you’ll want to avoid as many fundamental mistakes in grammar and mechanics as possible. There are many techniques to adequately proof your work. I always recommend that you read your essay aloud. Let your ear hear the errors. If you can read your essay aloud without a hiccup or pause, your essay is likely well constructed. Be wary of run-on sentences, fragment sentences, comma errors, as well as wordy or awkward syntax. This assignment is a work in progress
Rubric:
/5 Revised Introduction: Does the introduction have a clear and concise introduction, with a thesis statement, adequate context, an engaging hook, and a great title?
/5 Research: Does the essay have adequate and appropriate research to support the claims made, including three reliable sources?
/5 Organization: Does the essay have well structured paragraphs containing a topic and transitions sentences, as well as direct references or citations?
/5 Grammar and Mechanics: Are the sentences well-formed and complete? Are the sentences grammatically and syntactically correct?
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