Extend my paper from 2 pages to 5 pages (Need 3 pages)

I need you to extend my paper it is now 2 pages and I need you to add three more pages under the same topic and instruction. Please read the attached article (The Aristocrats The graphic arts of “Game of Thrones.”) and write a Argument Essay.Write five page Argument Essay. You must provide a type-written, double-spaced, and in 12-font paper. You must provide at least three sources on the Works Cited page. Write the paper in accordance with MLA standards.Please follow the Rubric belowArgumentative Rubric (1)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction: Has a HOOK that grabs the reader’s attention4.0 ptsEngaging, memorable hook that grabs the readers attention and makes him or her want to continue3.0 ptsMakes the reader want to continue but lacks memorable qualities2.0 ptsAttempts hook but does not flow smoothly1.0 ptsJumps right into issue without engaging the reader0.0 ptsNo introduction4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction: Makes it clear what the issue is and which position is being taken4.0 ptsThe issue and position is clearly stated3.0 ptsThe issue is clear but the author’s position is unclear2.0 ptsThe issue is vague or confusing1.0 ptsThe introduction presents no issue or claim0.0 ptsNo introduction4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction: Clear Thesis that introduces the three reasons that will be covered in more detail in the body6.0 ptsClearly stated divided thesis that is properly punctuated as one sentence3.0 ptsClaim is clear and the reasons are stated, but it is in more than one sentence2.0 ptsClaim is stated and understandable, but reasons are not1.0 ptsClaim is vague or confusing0.0 ptsNo claim or thesis6.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome1st Body Paragraph: The first sentence is a topic sentence stating the claim for the paragraph that supports the first reason brought up in the thesis5.0 ptsTopic sentence clearly states the claim for the paragraph and follows the organization set up in the thesis4.0 ptsThe first sentence discusses an issue from the thesis in the right order but does not clearly state the claim for the paragraph3.0 ptsTopic sentence states the purpose of the paragraph but is out of order from the organization set up in the thesis1.0 ptsTopic sentence is vague or confusing0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome1st Body Paragraph: Each piece of evidence/data/proof/support makes sense and actually proves the reason4.0 ptsUses adequate evidence that clearly supports the claim3.0 ptsEvidence used clearly supports the claim but could use more details to produce a stronger paragraph2.0 ptsProvides some evidence, but the evidence does not clearly support the claim/topic sentence1.0 ptsAny evidence provided seems superficial or unreliable0.0 ptsNo evidence4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome1st Body Paragraph: Transitions smoothly between each reason that supports the topic sentence4.0 ptsUses adequate details and reasons to support the topic sentence/claim and transitions between them effortlessly3.0 ptsUses multiple details and reasons to support the topic sentence/claim and attempts to transition between them but becomes choppy at times2.0 ptsThere are multiple details but all attempts to transition between them are awkward1.0 ptsDetails run together with no attempt to transition between them0.0 ptsDoes not provide more than one detail/evidence/reason4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome1st Body Paragraph: Has a WARRANT or explanation that ties the evidence to the main point4.0 ptsClearly explains how all evidences and supporting details in the paragraph tie to the claim3.0 ptsSome of the evidences and supporting details in the paragraph are tied to the claim, but it is unclear how some of the other details support the claim2.0 ptsAttempts to explain how details support the claim but does not make a clear connection with the topic sentence/claim1.0 ptsMost of the writer’s own words only rephrase the evidence and does not make an attempt to explain how it ties to the claim0.0 ptsOnly uses evidence and has none of the writer’s original words4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2nd Body Paragraph: The first sentence is a topic sentence stating the claim for the paragraph that supports the second reason brought up in the thesis5.0 ptsTopic sentence clearly states the claim for the paragraph and follows the organization set up in the thesis3.0 ptsThe first sentence discuses an issue from the thesis in the right order but does not clearly state the claim for the paragraph2.0 ptsTopic sentence states the purpose of the paragraph but is out of order from the organization set up in the thesis1.0 ptsTopic sentence is vague or confusing0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2nd Body Paragraph: Each piece of evidence/data/proof/support makes sense and actually proves the reason4.0 ptsUses adequate evidence that clearly supports the claim3.0 ptsEvidence used clearly supports the claim but could use more details to produce a stronger paragraph2.0 ptsProvides some evidence, but the evidence does not clearly support the claim/topic sentence1.0 ptsAny evidence provided seems superficial or unreliable0.0 ptsNo evidence4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2nd Body Paragraph: Transitions smoothly between each reason that supports the topic sentence4.0 ptsUses adequate details and reasons to support the topic sentence/claim and transitions between them effortlessly3.0 ptsUses multiple details and reasons to support the topic sentence/claim and attempts to transition between them but becomes choppy at times2.0 ptsThere are multiple details but all attempts to transition between them are awkward1.0 ptsDetails run together with no attempt to transition between them0.0 ptsDoes not provide more than one detail/evidence/reason4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2nd Body Paragraph: Has a WARRANT or explanation that ties the evidence to the main point4.0 ptsClearly explains how all evidences and supporting details in the paragraph tie to the claim3.0 ptsSome of the evidences and supporting details in the paragraph are tied to the claim, but it is unclear how some of the other details support the claim2.0 ptsAttempts to explain how details support the claim but does not make a clear connection with the topic sentence/claim1.0 ptsMost of the writers own words only rephrases the evidence and does not make an attempt to explain how it ties to the claim0.0 ptsOnly uses evidence with no attempt to explain it4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome3rd Body Paragraph: The first sentence is a topic sentence stating the claim for the paragraph that supports the third reason brought up in the thesis5.0 ptsTopic sentence clearly states the claim for the paragraph and follows the organization set up in the thesis3.0 ptsThe first sentence discuses an issue from the thesis in the right order but does not clearly state the claim for the paragraph2.0 ptsTopic sentence states the purpose of the paragraph but is out of order from the organization set up in the thesis1.0 ptsTopic sentence is vague or confusing0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome3rd Body Paragraph: Each piece of evidence/data/proof/support makes sense and actually proves the reason4.0 ptsUses adequate evidence that clearly supports the claim3.0 ptsEvidence used clearly supports the claim but could use more details to produce a stronger paragraph2.0 ptsProvides some evidence, but the evidence does not clearly support the claim/topic sentence1.0 ptsAny evidence provided seems superficial or unreliable0.0 ptsNo evidence4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome3rd Body Paragraph: Transitions smoothly between each reason that supports the topic sentence4.0 ptsUses adequate details and reasons to support the topic sentence/claim and transitions between them effortlessly3.0 ptsUses multiple details and reasons to support the topic sentence/claim and attempts to transition between them but becomes choppy at times2.0 ptsThere are multiple details but all attempts to transition between them are awkward1.0 ptsDetails run together with no attempt to transition between them0.0 ptsDoes not provide more than one detail/evidence/reason4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome3rd Body Paragraph: Has a WARRANT or explanation that ties the evidence to the main point4.0 ptsClearly explains how all evidences and supporting details in the paragraph tie to the claim3.0 ptsSome of the evidences and supporting details in the paragraph are tied to the claim, but it is unclear how some of the other details support the claim2.0 ptsAttempts to explain how details support the claim but does not make a clear connection with the topic sentence/claim1.0 ptsMost of the writers own words only rephrases the evidence and does not make an attempt to explain how it ties to the claim0.0 ptsOnly uses evidence with no attempt to explain it4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion: Refers back to the thesis or side being taken6.0 ptsClearly brings the reader back to the side being taken/ restates the main claim in knew language3.0 ptsStarts summarizing key points but does not refer back to the claim until latter in the paragraph2.0 ptsSummarizes key points but does not ever refer back to claim1.0 ptsConclusion is vague or confusing and leaves the reader unclear of the main claim0.0 ptsNo Conclusion6.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion: Restates the three main points in a new words.6.0 ptsClearly restates the three main points and does it in new language3.0 ptsRepeats the three points directly for the thesis statement2.0 ptsAttempts to restate the points but does not effectively do so or does not give all three of them1.0 ptsInstead of restating the previous points, writer brings in additional information0.0 ptsNo Conclusion6.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion: Has a call to action or a final “Baam!”4.0 ptsThe last sentence of the conclusion leaves a lasting impression on the reader with a final “Baam!” or call to action3.0 ptsHas some sort of a call to action or final stance, but it could be more memorable2.0 ptsEnds conclusion with a final summary but no call to action1.0 ptsConcluding sentence is vague or confusing0.0 ptsNo Conclusion4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParenthetical Notation: Used correctly to cite evidence in the body paragraphs and rebuttal paragraph.4.0 ptsAll evidence is correctly cited when it is presented3.0 ptsAll evidence is cited but some of the parenthetical citations are incorrect because the wrong information is included or they are punctuated incorrectly2.0 ptsCites some of the evidence but does not do it correctly1.0 ptsOnly attempts to cite one or two of the evidences provided and does them incorrectly0.0 ptsNo in-text citations4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWorks Cited: Has correctly formatted Works Cited Page with at least 3 sources.5.0 ptsWorks Cited Page has at least 3 sources, includes every source used in your paper, and is formatted correctly3.0 ptsWorks Cited Page has at least 3 sources and citations are complete, but there are errors in formatting2.0 ptsAttempted to cite sources, but citations are incorrect or incomplete1.0 ptsIncludes links to cites but no attempt at formal citations0.0 ptsNo Works Cited Page5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanics/Conventions: Grammar Usage and Word Choice6.0 ptsPaper is well written with correct grammar usage and with nice variety in word choice3.0 ptsPaper is well written but contains a couple errors with grammar usage or could benefit from better word choice2.0 ptsMultiple mistakes with grammar usage and repetitive word choice take away from the fluency of the paper1.0 ptsRepetitive mistakes with grammar usage severely disrupt reading0.0 ptsNo Marks6.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanics/Conventions: Punctuation4.0 ptsPaper is well written with little to no punctuation mistakes that disrupt the flow of the paper3.0 ptsThere are a few punctuation errors, but they only minimally disrupt reading2.0 ptsOver five obvious punctuation errors that disrupt reading1.0 ptsMultiple punctuation errors that make the paper hard to follow and severely hinders understanding0.0 ptsNo Marks4.0 ptsTotal Points: 100.0

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