Marx says in The Communist Manifesto that the bourgeoisie have been revolutionary: explain what you think are the three most important ways, according to The Communist Manifesto, by which the Bourgeoisie altered social conditions, and altered patterns

Marx says in The Communist Manifesto that the bourgeoisie have been revolutionary: explain what you think are the three most important ways, according to The
Communist Manifesto, by which the Bourgeoisie altered social conditions, and altered patterns

Order Description
Using TEEL in Each paragraph
Thesis Statement 3 arguments
Analysis is required quote
Use the reading that I provide for quotation
Marx says in The Communist Manifesto that the bourgeoisie have been revolutionary: explain what you think are the three most important ways, according to The Communist
Manifesto, by which the Bourgeoisie altered social conditions, and altered patterns of human social relationships, so that modernity would continue to radically change
into the future.
High quality written expression is an expectation

You do not need to research and use secondary material, but you may if you wish – BUT only as explained below…
*The secondary research texts you may use are limited to those placed in the Essay Research Folder, which is in the Assessment folder on vUWS. No other research
materials are allowed for this essay.

*You do need to show evidence of your reading and understanding of the primary text mentioned in the topic. You need to quote and reference quotations and paraphrasing
properly. For these essays, the two primary texts are Marx and Engels, The Communist Manifesto, and Kafka, The Metamorphosis.

*See the criteria as listed in the unit Learning guide for more details about what is important for the essay, but, the essential task for this assignment is to show
comprehension of the primary material, and then your own argument in response to the topic. State your argument to be pursued in your essay introduction.

The essay will be a critical argument based on an analysis of the primary set texts.
Assessment Criteria
• _Evidence of careful reading/examination of the texts.
• _Understanding the primary material.
• _Ability to present a clear structured argument.
• _Ability to argue a critical position.
• _Evidence of awareness of the overarching themes of the unit.
• _Ability in written expression.
Marking Criteria/Standards
• Closeness and perception in reading/examination of the primary texts Pass standard will show evidence of reading/examination but will show limited understanding and
will not integrate the reading/examination into an argument; there will be a tendency to summarise the texts rather than explain the ideas in the student’s own words.
The best will show perceptive familiarity with the primary set texts and will be able to integrate textual evidence into an argument, for example, by the measured
choice and use of quotations. Essays will fail if evidence of reading is not present; or if the reading is completely misunderstood, which would suggest absence from
the relevant tutorials/lectures.
• Quality of the argument Pass standard will tend to restate the argument/plot of the text without elaboration. The best will be able to argue clearly and cohesively,
with every detail of the essay clearly marshalled in a neat argument structure. Note that the ability to achieve this high result will heavily depend on the above
criterion of reading. Essays will fail if there is no argument, or if the argument is basically illogical or incomprehensible.
• Argument for a critical position Pass standard does not show proper critical engagement with the topic, or will repeat some secondary source, or present some
unargued personal opinion. The best will be able to sustain their critical conclusion based on the above two criteria.
• Awareness of themes Pass standard will show little understanding of the overarching themes of the unit, or will state the obvious. The best will be able to integrate
ideas that have come up in lectures and tutorials throughout the course up until the essay submission date. Essays will fail if there is no awareness of the themes of
the unit, or if the themes are substantially misunderstood, or present themes with no relevance to the unit material.
• Quality of written expression The best essays must exhibit a clear readable style, without grammatical or spelling errors.

Formal writing requirements:-
• Complete sentences, typically with Subject Verb Object order.
• Avoidance of minor sentences, sentence fragments and run-ons.
• Conciseness, coherence and cohesion.
• Grammatical agreement and consistency including the correct use of tense, syntax, word class and lexical choices.
• Correct and consistent spelling and punctuation.
• Correct and consistent use of terminology relating to the unit that the student is writing for.
• Correct use of phrases, clauses and conjunctions.
• Consistency in the register appropriate for the unit that the student is writing for.
• Correct use of cohesive devices linking sentences and paragraphs: including topic sentences and thesis statements.
• Use of formal structure: including introduction and conclusion.
• Integrated use of quoted and paraphrased material: including meta-commentary and linking phrases.

tell the new writer, he does not needs to do research. He or she must use quotation from provided pages. thesis statement is required. essay topic Marx says in The
Communist Manifesto that the bourgeoisie have been revolutionary. answer these question explain what you think are the three most important ways, according to The
Communist Manifesto, by which the Bourgeoisie altered social conditions, and altered patterns


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