***I have written the dialogue (I will attach it below, I just need the essay done based on the dialogue I wrote***
Essay of Definition
After you have completed the dialogue, you are to write a 600-750 word essay which defines the very topic that you worked with Socrates on. In other words, you take your paper where you were the role of Meno, and you develop this into an original essay of definition. The extent to which you employ Socratic reasoning will be an important measure of your success as a writer.
Conversely, when we think of emergent readers, it is easier to think of elementary syntax of Dr. Seuss, for example: “I do not like green eggs and ham, I do not like them . . .” It is easy for us to remember the rhyme and rhythm, but at the same time, we need to consider that most of our ideas require greater variety. And the key here is that we use variety—not for its own sake—but to allow us the dexterity to interact with our readers in a way that allows for us to interact with our writing successfully.
The rubric for this paper is below.
AP Language and Composition Definition Rubric