Referencing at least two (you may use all three, if you wish) of the three news reports we read about Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to the U.N. General Assembly, explore the differing ways in which the reporters approach the story.
You may not write your essay ahead of time. You may, however, bring one sheet of paper with a brief outline of your thesis and key points.
If you are typing your essay in class, you must do all of your writing in Google Documents. Do not write your essay in Word and then upload it to Google Documents.
If you are writing your essay by hand, you must type your essay — exactly as you wrote it — in Google Documents prior to class time on Monday. You will also need to give me your blue book in class on Monday.
When paraphrasing or quoting one of the articles in your essay, be sure to indicate which article your material comes from. You may refer to the articles by the publications in which they appeared or by the names of the reporters who filed them.
Please include the following at the end of your essay:
Lederer, Edith M. 2013. “Netanyahu: Israel Won’t Let Iran Get Nuclear Arms.” The Associated Press. October 1. http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/UN_UN_ISRAEL?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT.
Sengupta, Somini, and Rick Gladstone. 2013. “Israeli Leader Excoriates New President of Iran.” The New York Times, October 1, sec. World / Middle East. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/02/world/middleeast/israel-iran-netanyahu-speech.html.
Solomon, Jay, and Carol E. Lee. 2013. “Netanyahu, in U.N. Speech, Assails Iran’s New President.” Wall Street Journal, October 1. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303918804579109224175360210.html.