A Brief Note On Assisted Suicide And Suicide

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As the semester goes on I need to continually do progress reports to see how far I have grown as a writer. I also need to do progress reports so my manager can see where I am at for my white paper: The Right to Assisted Suicide. At the beginning of the semester I was asked to write a progress report of my writing thus far. During that memo I wrote three goals; to improve my grammar, to add more details to my essays, and fixing mistakes from past essays.

White Paper
So far I have found all of my sources for my white paper. I have been able to find about five websites for assisted suicide and I have found four websites against assisted suicide. I have talked to a few people about assisted suicide and I am waiting for an expert to call me
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Listland. Retrieved from http://www.listland.com/top-10-reasons-euthanasia-should-be-legal-everywhere/ This article lists ten reasons why assisted suicide should be legal. The article lists several excellent reasons why assisted suicide is good for those who are suffering from a long term disease.
During my first progress report I wrote that I needed to grow in grammar. The goal is still the same although I was asked to specify. The final test that I will use is to go back and do the grammar test that we had used previously. I hope to get a lot higher of a score then I did. The worksheets I have used have come from grammar websites where I was learning the rules. I said I would like to work on five different grammar sheets. Within this semester I have been improving in grammar. I got an app that quizzes me on grammar usage; I also have done a few worksheets, though I do think the app is better. I think I have stayed the same for the grammar category in my writing assignments. I do feel as if I understand the rules better but I do not think I have shown improvement.
Another goal I set for myself was putting more details in my essays. I was asked to define what I meant by descriptive point, I meant a point that explains what I mean exactly. For example, while talking about assisted suicide I do not just want to say people die, I want to explain why people die and how. I think I have gotten a lot better in this category, which is making my writing make
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