Write an essay about graphic organizer for the given topic
You will choose one of the following topic areas. Review the graphic organizer on the figure below. The graphic organizer that you create doesn’t need to have boxed outlines or arrows, but it should show your organization.
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Choose one of the following topics, and divide it into classes.
– Sports-general, types of fans, or influence on culture
– Genres of movies, television shows, or video games
– Soda media or networking sites and applications
– Places you’ve lived, visited, or vacationed
As an example, following is a graphic organizer for the topic “Types of Food.”
Topic announremeat: Restaurants
Intrndurtion Background: It is easy to choose healthy options when eating out.
Thesis statement: Most restaurants, including fast food, casual and fine dining, make it easy for patrons to eat out without sacrificing a healthy diet.
Dndy Parauranhs
Fast Food
Characteristic 1: not known for healthy choices but they are on the menu; light or low-calorie choices Example 1: plain burgers – no cheese; side salad rather than fries
Characteristic 2: There are options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Example 2: McDonald’s has Egg White Delite, oatmeal, salads, grilled chicken Characteristic 3: Menus list calorie counts and other nutritional information
Example 3: McDonald’s, Panera
Casual
Characteristic 1: more variety, wider menu, allow substitutions for healthier options
Example I: choice of sides – baked potato instead of French fries; salad rather than cream/bisque soup
Characteristic 2: look up nutritional information online if it’s not listed on the menu; other indicators for healthy options.
Example 2: Long Horn Steak House lists calorie counts on menu and notes healthy options with special characters
Characteristic 3: many restaurants have separate healthy-option menus
Example 3: Cheesecake Factory has a “Skinnylicious” menu, Denny’s has a “Fit Fare” menu, and Red Lobster has a “Lighthouse” menu.
Fine Dining
Characteristic 1: Smaller portions but richer foods/sauces; more courses
Example I: Less likely to overeat; smaller portions give patrons a taste of many foods; more portion control
Characteristic 2: No nutritional info available; patrons need some knowledge of nutrition – calories/fat in foods – to stick to diet.
Example 2: Better quality food, typically organic and non-GMO. This makes the food at fine dining restaurants better for you than similar options at casual restaurants.
Characteristic 3: A la carte menus let patrons choose their own main course and sides.
Example 3: appetizers optional; salad; choose healthier cuts of meat or have seafood -salmon, tuna; Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Le Bernardin for seafood
Conclusion: Restaurants provide something for everyone, no matter their preference or dietary needs.
Essays must be typed, double-spaced, using a standard 12-point font and left Justification. Use finch 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 email address (see page 6 for an example). Name each document using your student number first, then the six-digit lesson num¬ber, and finally your last name (for example, 23456789_250203 Doe). Exams may be submitted in Rich Text Format or MS Word. Preview your document before you submit to ensure that your formatting is correct. You should take care to check that the document you’ve uploaded is the one containing your final work for evaluation.
ASSIGNMENT
Topic
Use your topic from the previous classification and division assignment. Don’t switch topics. You’ll develop your essay from the graphic organizer you submitted for your previous assignment. Your topic should be one of the following:
– Sports-general, types of fans, or influence on culture
– Genres of movies, television shows, or video games
– Social media or networking sites and applications
– Places you’ve lived, visited, or vacationed
Note: Research isn’t required for this assignment, however, if you choose to incorporate information from outside or sec¬ondary sources, you’re required to cite your sources
according to MLA format. Please see Chapter 23 in your text¬book for more information.
Pattern of Development
Using your prewriting and the feedback you received from your instructor, expand your ideas into an essay of 1,200-1,500 words, or approximately five to six paragraphs.
Essays must be typed, double-spaced, using a standard 12-point font and left justification. Use I-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 email 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_250204 Doe). Exams may be submitted in Rich Text Format or MS Word. Preview your document before you submit to ensure that your formatting Is correct. You should take care to check that the document you’ve uploaded is the one containing your final work for evaluation.
This information should come from your own knowledge on the topic. However, if you do research or incorporate informa¬tion that’s not considered common knowledge into your prewriting, you must cite it according to MLA format. Refer to Chapters 22-23 in Successful College Writing.
To submit the assignment, follow these steps:
1. Type the essay.
2. Save the document.
3. Go to your student portal.
4. Click on Take Exam next to this lesson 25020400.
5. Follow the instructions on the student portal.

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