Wayward Sundial: I’d like to workshop on my rebuttal once more, as well as tie together the loose ends of my other essays to round up what you wanted me to do, wherein I have to change the focus of my entire white page to the dispersants. I don’t exactly know if I should toss out the other pieces of info I have out the window, if I can still use them, or if I can make a blend of them so that my essay can be the best it can with the topic.
BeachGirl04: I’d like to workshop on my rebuttal Thursday. I feel as if my refutation was strong but I think it should be stronger and changing up a few words will make it stronger.
AlpacaQueen: I’d like to workshop on a paragraph from my rebuttal. I think I have refuted many arguments well, but I’m not sure I have given the opposing points of view much respect for addressing why they believe they are correct.
JokerTheFool: My Causal Essay is in need of some improvement. I feel like I spend a lot of time just “saying things”, but not really arguing anything.
KevinBacon: It would be helpful to workshop on a paragraph from my rebuttal. I have some strong points and refutations in my rebuttal, but I believe there is more to add to improve the overall argument. I’m not sure if I have explained the opposing side to my argument thoroughly, and proved how they could be right.
BeachGirl6: I’d like to have a workshop for my rebuttal argument. I think I have some strong points and facts, but I could use some help to improve my argument. I want to make sure both sides are represented.