Project #10129 - Classification and Division 05017901

You’ll use a graphic organizer to prewrite a classification/


division assignment around a selected topic from the given


list. The prewriting will demonstrate an understating of this


method of categorization and arrangement. This information


should come from your own knowledge on the topic. No outside


research should be used.




You will choose one of the following topic areas. Review the


graphic organizer on page 416. The graphic organizer that


you create doesn’t need to have boxed outlines or arrows,


but it should show your organization.


Choose one of the following topics, and divide it into classes.



n Sports, either general or types of fans


n Genres of movies, television shows, or video games


n Animals, either general or one specific breed


n Illnesses, either general or a specific illness


n Random acts of kindness you experienced or performed

As an example, the following is a graphic organizer for the


topic “Types of Food.”


Essays must be typed, double-spaced, using a standard 12-point font


and left justification. Use 1-inch margins at the top and bottom and


1.25-inch margins for the left and right sides of the document. Each


page must have a properly formatted header containing your name,


student number, exam number, page number, mailing address, and


e-mail address (see page 6 for an example). Name each document


using your student number first, then the six-digit lesson number,


and finally your last name (for example, 23456789_050177 Doe).


Save each as “File Type: Rich Text Format,” regardless of your wordprocessing








Title: Types of Food


Topic announcement: Restaurants



Introduction Background: Dieting is more difficult when eating out.

Thesis statement: Watching one’s diet is far more difficult when dining


out, especially when eating out more than eating at home.


Burger King and McDonald’s; Burgers and fries,


basic kind of chain everyone is familiar with; too


much sodium.


Taco Bell: Mexican and other cultural restaurants;


Drive-thru Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts: Coffee and donuts,


on-the-run convenience


Good things: Convenience, speed, consistency,


usually friendly, clean, and open most of the


time. Bad issues: Salt, fat, sometimes not clean,


sometimes staffed by teens or others that don’t



Body Paragraphs seem to really care.

Outback: Popular steak and potato chain


Olive Garden: Italian; Chinese: good food,


relatively inexpensive




Good things: Once again, chains are familiar,


consistent, and have standards to meet. Bad


issues: Often processed, microwaved food.


Portions are too large.


Silver diners or bowling alley: Family style and


greasy spoons, but when you want to spend time


Homestyle/fancy with friends, this is where you go.


Five-star dining: Has a reputation for special




Local hangouts are inexpensive but often serve large portions and fried


food. Expensive places may serve smaller portions but may add high-



Conclusion calorie sauces.

Every type of eating establishment has pitfalls for a dieter. There are


trade-offs for convenience, price, companionship, and enjoyment of special





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