Step 1: First, please carefully review your Essay 2 Prompt.Step 2: By Thursday at 11:59 pm, submit your rough draft of Essay 2. Your rough draft does not need to be complete, but should be at least 600-900 words long (about 3/4 of the essay word requirement)You can copy paste it into the discussion board or (preferably) attach it as a file. You will click “Reply” and then “Attach File” on the bottom. For help with that, you can check out the How to Attach a File to a Discussion Reply (Links to an external site.) resource. Step 3: Check back in on Friday morning. I will have matched you up with a partner (I will send out a partner list as an announcement on Friday). Once you see who your partner is, find his or her post, download the rough draft, and make as many helpful comments and suggestions on it as you can. You can use the insert comment function on word, or you can simply write your comments in red.Step 4: Once you are done commenting, go onto the next page (add a new page to the writer’s essay) and answer the following questions:Does the author present the issue of inequalities in education in his or her introduction? Is lead the author used effective (refer back to Writing a Good Introduction)? What could the writer add to his or her introduction?Does the introduction have a clear thesis as its last sentence? Does the thesis answer the questions at least one of the focusing questions from the prompt? Is the thesis an argument?Does the writer have at least three body paragraphs developed in PIEIE structure? Refer back to the Lecture on Argument Essay Structure. Does each body paragraph the writer has start with a Point? Does the Point connect back to the argument in the thesis? Is the Point an opinion?Does the writer use strong Information from both his or her personal life and the sources we read or viewed in class? Is there Explanation after? Are there at east two IEs in every paragraph?Are all examples from the articles or videos introduced properly according to our Incorporating Quotes in Research HandoutPreview the document? Is the paper formatted in MLA style? Is there a works cited page in the end?Does the writer have a conclusion that restates the thesis and gives a final thought?What would you say are the paper’s greatest strengths? What did the writer do particularly well?What should the writer focus on most as he or she revised the paper? What can be most improved?Step 5: By Sunday, at 11:59pm, hit “Reply” to your partner’s original post. Attach the draft with comments and the questions answered so that your partner can review them and make changes to his or her essay before the due date (Tuesday of next week). Grading:You will receive 15 points for submitting your rough draft on time, and another 15 points for commenting on your partner’s essay.