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Please help me, Im struggling with the assignment "Writing Informative Text Portfolio". I am a day behind and would really appreciate the help:)

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  1. We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.

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  2. @PsyDAG I have only asked for assistance, i never asked for the assignment to be done for me. I need some ideas or a semi started story that i can continue on my own. Yes, someone doing the assignment for me would be nice but that would be cheating which i never implied in my original ask for help.

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    Analyzing info text portfolio

    “Hang on, Dolly!” is a short story written by Sally Lee. The central idea is to never give up and do not let fear stop you from achieving a goal. The information in the text is effective in informing the reader about the central idea because it provides detailed examples of not giving up. For example, Dolly was nervous to fly in a hot air balloon, but she did not look down on herself and succeeded in parachuting! “High-Flying Hero!” is also a short story and the author is Christy Mihaly. The central idea is that we can overcome and push through in tough times. The author effectively informs the reader about the central idea by providing details that explain the concept of pushing through pain. In this story, Chen the pigeon was shot in his chest and fell in the middle of the war, but he was able to work through the pain and fly to the base.
    The author’s text structure and explicit details were effective in informing me as the reader about the topic. These stories gave great details and points that were easy to understand and helped me relate to the characters. I relate to Dolly and how she did not give up when I was in a spelling competition. I was nervous to be on stage with the whole school and parents watching me as I spelled out words, but I did not let my nerves stop me. I tried my hardest and I told myself not to be nervous and I placed 5th out of 30 people! I was unable to relate to the character, Chen, however the story has great enough detail that I may be able to use in the future.

    The point of view of Sally Lee is more effective than Christy Mihaly’s story because she provides more events, more detail, and more points that lead to the topic and central idea. Christy Mihaly on the other hand has less events yet has enough detail to explain the topic. The part of “High-Flying Hero!” where Chen got shot and plunged out of sight, it does not explain what happened next. The author could have done a better job thoroughly explaining this event. In comparison, in Sally’s story “Hang on, Dolly!” She explained the events in a way for me to understand what was happening in the events. Both stories are effective in informing about the topic, but Sally Lee’s story is more effective than Christy Mihaly’s Story.

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  4. DONT copy and paste it otherwise it will be plagiarism, change a few words/sentences. If you copy and paste the teacher might figure it out.

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