In this essay you will choose a historical fire (see list below)and research, analyze and report on how they impacted the modern fire service and prevention practices of today.
Write an expository essay in which you communicate ideas and information in a logical way. This is a factual essay in which you are to explain ideas or give facts in a systematic way. Your essay should be well researched, and all ideas supported by facts and figures.Your essay will be focused on the impact that a historical fire (see list below) has had on the formulation of fire and building codes and how those changes have shaped the fire prevention practices of today.
The assignment must include the following content:
1. Description and information about the building and what fire protection/life safety features were present or not, and how this may have affected the outcome of the event. (What went wrong?)
2. The actions taken (or not) by fire prevention personnel influence the outcome before, during and after the fire. (Pre-Fire planning, sprinklers, means of egress, training etc.)
3. How fire and building codes were affected (changed/implemented) by the events and how they have shaped today’s codes.
Choose only ONE of the following events to write about:
· The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
· The Cocoanut Grove Fire
· The Our Lady of Angels School Fire
· The Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire
· Rhode Island Nightclub Fire
Call or email me if you want to analyze an event not on this list. Be prepared to demonstrate why it is a significant fire regarding fire prevention.
4-6 pages in length of written (text) material.
A cover page that has the following:
the course title and your section
which historical fire you are researching
the due date
Double-spaced standard 1 inch margins. Times New Roman 12-point font.
All citations will be APA parenthetical citation.
Include a “Works Cited” page. (3 sources minimum should be used). Not included in the length of the essay.
Pictures can be included but do not count as text, so they are not included in the length of the essay.
Criteria:This is both a reading and a writing course, designed to sharpen your skills of textual analysis, persuasive (argumentative) writing, and critical thinking. To that end, your essays will be graded using the following criteria:
Presentation. Proofreading; style and readability; proper documentation using APA Style. (American Psychological Association); a clear and specific title; clear context for someone who has not read the work; effective introduction and conclusion; proper format.
Organization. Thesis; topic and closing sentences; relevant, focused, organized, and developed paragraphs; effective sentence and paragraph transitions; clear and understandable overall organization.
Evidence/support. Specific, accurate, convincing details; effective and relevant quotations.
Analysis. Clear interpretation; added insight into the literary work; overall coherence of argument. A grade of “A” is difficult (but not impossible) to receive. A “B” grade indicates that you have submitted work that is above average but not exemplary in quality. Receiving a “C” suggests that you have met the requirements of the assignments but have not gone further than the average. Your effort was adequate but not remarkable. A “D” means that you have written a below-average essay because you have not met some of the assignment requirements, have careless grammatical, mechanical, or punctuation errors, or have presented unclear, disorganized writing. If you receive an “F”, your essay does not meet the assignment requirements, does not answer the written assignment question, or includes an excessive number of errors. Submitting the assignment:Submit the Written Assignment via the course on Canvas. Please follow the instructions.
When submitting the assignment in Canvas please include your last name, course number and Assignment in the actual file you submit.
Ex: Smith-FFP1505 – Assignment
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