Blog post 13: Complete rough draft

Write a full draft of your paper. This is supposed to be a rough draft, and as with the partial draft that you wrote a few weeks ago, I will not be grading it based on the quality of the writing, but this time it does need to be in complete sentences and paragraphs. It should have an introduction, body, and conclusion, and should contain analysis of most of your sources. This draft needs to be at least 1,500 words (remember, the final draft needs to be at least 1,600 words).

This draft will be shared with two of your classmates, who will provide peer critiques to help you revise the final draft. The more polished and complete you can make this draft, the better, because that way your classmates can provide you with more thorough and detailed feedback.