To prepare for participation, use Internet searches to find what you consider to be a well-written piece on a topic that you like. A Web article is fine. It must be fact-based writing such as a new

To prepare for participation, use Internet searches to find what you consider to be a well-written piece on a topic that you like. A Web article is fine. It must be fact-based writing such as a news article, an essay, a magazine article, information about an organization, etc. It cannot be fiction or pure opinion, and it cannot be something already included in class material. You must do web searches to find something reflecting your personal interests. One of them,the main post,must provide a link or an attachment to the article you found. Do not paste your entire article into the message! Then,in no more than 200 words(firm), write one or two paragraphs of your own explaining what works well in the writing you posted and why you like the topic.Use details from the writing!As evidence, refer to specific language, content, events, and etc. in the article as you develop your answer. Try to refer to more than one aspect of the article. Overall, make sure yourmain postshows what you like about the writing and why you think it is effective, using evidence from the writing you found.