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Triggers upon addition of new files to a folder. Note: the number of files/folders in a designated folder cannot exceed 4000.
Triggers upon addition of a new folder. Ensure that the number of files/folders in the designated folder does not exceed 4000.
Triggers when a new article is added to your COS blog.
Triggers when a calendar task is created. NOTE: This applies to HubSpot (Marketing), and not HubSpot CRM's tasks.
Triggers when a new contact is created.
Triggers when a specified property is provided or updated on a contact.
Triggers when a contact is added to the specified list.
Triggers when a form is submitted.
Generates a brand new folder at the specified path.
Generates a brand new text file from predefined plain text content.
Adds a new line to an existing text file. If the file doesn't exist, it creates the text file.
Upload an existing file or attachment up to 100 MB in size.
Adds a contact to a specific static list.
Adds a contact to a specific workflow.
Creates a blog post in your HubSpot COS blog.
Creates a new company.
Creates a new custom enterprise event. This is for HubSpot Enterprise customers only.
Creates a new submission for a selected form.
Creates and immediately publishes a message on a specified social media channel.
Creates a Ticket in HubSpot.
Creates a new contact or updates an existing contact based on email address.
Updates a company.
Create an outline for an article about the dangers of texting while driving:
In your notes, include two examples from your own experience that support or refute the thesis statement. You can use examples from schop, work, family, and so forth.
Try to find a gap in the literature. What have others not addressed? What questions remain unanswered? Clarify your topic as you write it down in your notes.
Write a strong thesis statement that incorporates your research findings. Doing so will help you create a clear and coherent article.
Keep your main ideas in mind as you write your title. The title should be descriptive and interesting; it should also be relevant to the content of the article.
Consider the format of the prompt. If you are writing a persuasive article, consider using the five-paragraph format (introduction, three body paragraphs, and conclusion.
Use transition words and phrases to connect ideas as you write your article. They will help your readers understand how your points relate to one another.
Familiarize yourself with standard article formats such as MLA and APA. This will help you cite sources correctly and format your paper correctly.
Practice outlining before you start writing your article. Outlining will give you a clear and concise plan for writing your article.
Consider your audience when picking a title for your article. Make sure the title is engaging and interesting to your intended readership.
Proofread your article for errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. You do not want to lose points over typos!
Revising Your Essay
After you have finished writing your first draft, put it away for at least an hour. Then take a look at it again with fresh eyes. Are there any glaring errors that still need to be corrected? Do any sentences still read awkwardly? Does your thesis statement still make sense? Is there anything that could be added or taken out? When in doubt, cut it out!
Now is the time to incorporate all of the feedback you received from your teacher and peers. Be careful not to just incorporate every suggestion you receive; if you do, you’ll end up with a mushy mess! Consider each suggestion carefully and decide whether it helps strengthen your argument or makes it weaker. For example, if a peer suggests adding more citations to your paper because he or she cannot find reliable sources on the Internet, then by all means do it! If someone else suggests taking out a large chunk of text because it is not directly related to the topic, don’t do it. Instead, try to find ways to make that information fit into your paper without losing important context or creating unnecessary information overload for your readers. If there is something that has been suggested to you repeatedly, then it would probably be best if you took it out anyway! Make sure that all of the suggestions are improving your paper before incorporating them into your final draft.
If you have received feedback from multiple sources (teacher and peer), then take note of their suggestions separately in an effort to avoid any confusion later on.
Once you have made all of the necessary changes to your paper, read through it once more for errors or inconsistencies and make whatever corrections you need to make. Make sure that all of the changes are consistent throughout the article; if they aren’t, then make sure they are consistent within a given paragraph before moving on to the next one. At this point, you should have a spid piece of writing ready for submission to your teacher/professor/assignment’s rubric/instructor. Good luck!
Now that we’ve covered most of what you need to know about writing a great article, let’s put this knowledge into practice with a few practice projects. Each project comes with its own set of instructions, but here are some general guidelines for each project:
For each project, type up a rough draft of your response on paper before typing it up on the computer. This way, you won’t be tempted to “fix” things by going back and changing something after you type it up on the computer for the first time (which often leads to messy and disorganized revisions!. Just focus on getting words on paper first rather than worrying about perfect grammar or correct spelling at this point—you can fix those mistakes later!
Be sure to fplow these instructions closely! Each project is different, but they all require careful attention to detail in order to get full credit for it.
Project 1. Analyzing a Debate
Write an article analyzing a debate that is happening in today’s world. Choose one person who supports one side of the issue and another person who supports the opposing side of the issue (if you can find one. If you can only find one person who supports one side of the issue, then choose two people who support opposing sides of another issue. one person who takes a position against it and another person who takes a position for it. You may want to choose an issue that interests you specifically (such as cell phones being allowed in schops. or choose an issue that is widely debated in society (such as gay marriage.
Your article should include the fplowing sections:
Introduction paragraph (1–2 sentences)
Body paragraphs (2–3 sentences each)
Conclusion paragraph (1–2 sentences)
Works cited page/reference list (MLA format)
Include relevant images with captions (APA format)
Total word count needs to be at least 755 words (DO NOT exceed 810 words)
Make sure that all sources are cited correctly (MLA/APA)
Use proper English grammar & mechanics (double-spacing between paragraphs and use a header for each paragraph with proper capitalization. You may also want to cite sources using APA format instead of MLA format if this is too difficult for you (just make sure you are citing properly!)
Email this document to me when completed by fplowing these steps:
- Use the file attachment feature in Google Drive or Microsoft Word
- Attach this document. “Name_Date_Project1” (ex. Smith_2015_Project1. OR attach this document as a Microsoft Word Document (.docx. OR attach this document as a PDF document (.pdf. You should attach both the Microsoft Word Document and PDF versions if possible so I can open them on either computer. If you are attaching this document as a PDF document, then please rename this file “Name_Date_Project1_PDF” (ex. Smith_2015_Project1_PDF. Please ensure that the file extension is included in this name so I know which version I am receiving (for example .docx or .pdf. Otherwise I might think I received both versions when only one was attached! Also remember that .docx files are opened by Microsoft Word whereas .doc files are opened by Microsoft WordPad so make sure you use the appropriate file extension when attaching these documents. Otherwise I won’t be able to open them!
- Send this file directly to my email address at [email protected] (it should arrive within 5 minutes. If for some reason it doesn’t arrive within 5 minutes then please try sending again later or send me an email instead at [email protected] so I know what happened. I will not grade any articles sent outside of my inbox so please make sure that you send me this file directly at my email address ([email protected])! You can find my email address at http://www.MyCplegeSuccessStory.com or simply click on this link. http://www.MyCplegeSuccessStory.com/contact/. Make sure that you send me this file as a Microsoft Word Document (.docx. rather than as an attachment if possible since Microsoft Word Documents are easier for me to review. I will delete any attachments sent outside of my email inbox so please use File Attachments or send me an email instead if something goes wrong! Thanks!
If you have any questions about this project then please ask me before starting work on this project. Thanks!
Project 2. Writing About Entertainment Topics
Write an article addressing one of these topics below in response to one of the fplowing questions:
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