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Imagine you are one of the factory workers at Lowell Mills tasked with creating the headline story for this month’s factory newspaper.

Factory Workers—Factory Worker Template
1. First paragraph: Hook your reader into wanting to read your article. Explain the conditions and daily life in the factory.
2. Second paragraph: Describe the effects working in the factory had on the workers.
3. Third paragraph: Summarize and review what you wrote.

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  1. No one is going to write your article. You have to do that yourself. Someone here will critique for you.

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  2. The instructions are clear. What are you having trouble with?

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  3. Write it yourself dummy

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  4. If he could he wouldn't be asking

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  5. my gosh, you guys are harsh.

    look, dude, you can't expect people on the internet to do your assignment for you for free. plus you dot know any of these people. how do you know if their right? they don't know what you know. just break down the lesson, (its short just use the guided notes and stay focused) then go through one question at a time. drink water while you're at it, its good for your skin. you're probably graduating since this question is 6 years old now but whatever drink some water

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