Discuss the “why” behind your revision process in the multimodal element.

Writing

Emily Dickinson

Note that the essays and PowerPoints included in the directions for each role are distinct parts of the writing, meaning each (the essay and PowerPoint) should contain original writing and the use of original sources.

Deliverable – a two-page essay (double-spaced, Times New Roman and 12) with sources, MLA 9th edition formatted (with two sources to help make your argument), and a PowerPoint.

They say that if you can’t beat them, well, then, you better join them, and that is what we are doing in this assignment. The poem “Because I Could Not Stop For Death” by Emily Dickinson you see below was written by ChatGPT. You will critique and revise one of the poems below written in the style of an author you read this semester. Consider one way that the writing is consistent with what you know of the author’s work from reading the poet’s work this semester. Share the original poem and compare what the program wrote to what the author wrote, noting a key similarity. Consider one way that the writing is different and do the same. Share lines from the original poem and compare what the program wrote to what the author wrote, noting a key difference.

Edit the poem. You may use comment boxes in Microsoft Word or Google to show your five significant changes. Identify the five changes you made, noting what was originally written and what the changes were that you chose to make. You will discuss the “why” behind your revision process in the multimodal element. Within your analysis / comparison of the writing, you should include two scholarly database sources that help to support your claims regarding a key similarity and difference within the writing.