Due 3 May 2022, 11:59pm upload to Blackboard; link will open 4/25 1250 words minimum (not including any works cited material if applicable) Review the Student Learning Outcomes stated in the syllabus Write a 1250-word essay explaining how you met these objectives -refer to your course work as evidence -you can quote/paraphrase from your own work; document such in an MLA-works cited page and in-text citations: your last name, first name. title of your essay, date of submission to Blackboard, page numbers; ex: Love, Christopher. “Exploratory Essay Title,” 6 February 2022, pp. 1-3. ---. “Research Essay Title,” 20 April 2022, pp. 1-5. in-text citation example: In my first essay, I wrote ".........." (Love, "Exploratory," 6). Follow essay writing conventions; use the General Rubric as a guide. Student Learning Outcomes By the end of the semester, you will Develop a repertoire of diverse rhetorical strategies that will enable you to assess and appropriately respond to each assignment’s genre, audience, and purpose, as begun in EN 101. Demonstrate in writing a strong command of critical thinking skills such as analysis, synthesis, interpretation, and evaluation, as begun in EN 101. Locate assignment-appropriate sources in the library and online. Synthesize ethically summarized, paraphrased, and quoted source material into academic arguments. Compose essays by working through multiple drafts; participating in opportunities for peer and instructor feedback; applying that feedback in revisions; and, in general, treating the composition of any written text as a deliberate and recursive process, as begun in EN 101. Employ grammar, punctuation, mechanics, usage, and citation and paper formatting in a manner appropriate to the genre and assignment being composed, as begun in EN 101. Reflect, in writing, on your own development as a writer, as begun in EN 101. Must explain how the outcome was achieved through these assignments. Only use these attached files.