First, read Final Thoughts on the Course and the Essay 3 prompt.
The initial post:
Second, start brainstorming for Essay 3. To help you do this, create a post that addresses the following points (please number them for convenience):
List at least 3 things that you implied in your previous essays that you didnt state directly. For ideas on what you might have implied, read through Final Thoughts on the Course. Youre not limited to those examples. I merely offered a few ideas to make sure that no one is stuck.
For each of these three things you implied, find specific examples from your essay(s) that can serve as evidence. For example, if you implied that you ran out of time writing Essay 2, what specific moments in the essay show that? Are the paragraphs in the second half of your essay shorter and underdeveloped? Do you have a lot of messy, unorganized sentences? Etc. Point to some of those moments. Quote or paraphrase it, and then explain why those specific examples serve as evidence for you implying something. Remember, this is your chance to apply what you learned about media framing on your own writing.
For each idea/perspective that you implied, explain why noticing this and thinking about it is important to your writing. For example, if you implied that you care an awful lot about climate change in your essay, how does that affect your writing? Did that lead you to be less critical of one of the articles? Did it lead you on a tangent that was irrelevant to your argument? Etc.