For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Resources: Unit Six: Learning from Professional Readings of A Writer’s Workshop: Crafting Paragraphs, Building Essays Select an essay from the following list to analyze. These may be found in Unit Six: Learning from Professional Readings of A Writer’s Workshop: Crafting Paragraphs, Building Essays. Classification ―The Ways of Meeting Oppression,‖ by Martin Luther King, Jr. ―Friends, Good Friends—and Such Good Friends,‖ by Judith Viorst Cause and Effect ―Two by Two, We’ll Fill the Planet,‖ by Benjamin Zuckerman ―Black Men and Public Space,‖ by Brent Staples Comparison and Contrast ―Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts,‖ by Bruce Catton ―Why Men Don’t Last: Self-Destruction as a Way of Life,‖ by Natalie Angier Using information your team has learned about essays and organization as a guideline, your Learning Team must present the selected essay and analyze the purpose, audience, structure, thesis, topic sentences, and stylistic elements of the essay. The presentation for each essay must include 8–10 PowerPoint® slides with presenter’s notes. Address the following questions to you; complete your analysis and prepare your presentations: What is the purpose of the essay? To inform? To persuade? To explain? To entertain? Who is the audience of the essay? How is this essay structured? Is this structure appropriate for the writing strategy? What is the thesis statement? Is it effective? Why or why not? Are the paragraphs effectively organized?