May 2

Response to The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans

Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans, The Atlantic

 

Type a reader response to the article.  Post your response here.  Be sure you first include all the (soapstone information [subject, occasion, audience, purpose, article’s title, speaker persona, and tone]).  That might be your first paragraph.  (Don’t forget to use your appositive sentence structures to add extra information.

The remaining paragraph (s) should include your analysis based on specific details presented in the article.  Proofread your work and copy before submitting.  This is due before the end of class.

You may next begin work on your Patterns activities.  Those are due before class Wednesday.

 

Here’s the Patterns assignment:

 

First, turn in your homework. I need all of your written response to Wednesday’s article.

Go to:

 

http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/exercisecentral/Exercises/Quiz/8/M/705/MLA%20Avoiding%20plagiarism

 

 

If you do not have an account, create one.

 

After you create your account, complete the following exercises in preparation for completing your research paper.

 

#849. MLA: Avoiding plagiarism

 

 

#845. MLA: Summarizing sources

 

 

#761 Choosing effective thesis statements

 

 

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Posted May 2, 2016 by tashak38 in category Uncategorized

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2 thoughts on “Response to The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans

  1. nick clinton

    After reading this article about “The Shame of the Middle-class”, I am not all that surprised by the numbers and facts that where listed on this article. I find that being in the middle class isn’t as cracked up to be like it was 30 or so years ago. Today, being in the “middle-class” is harder to achieve then it was years ago. Now to be label as “middle class” you would have to make a three figure salary instead of a two figure salary that most Americans make.

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  2. nick clinton

    After reading this article about the Shame of the Middle-class, I am not all that surprise by the numbers and facts that where listed on this article. I find that being in the middle class isn’t as cracked up to be like it was 30 or so years ago. Now in days being in the “middle-class” is also harder then it was years ago. Now to be label as “middle class” you would have to make a three figure salary instead of a two figure salary that most Americans make.

    Reply

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