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This paper is a Proposal Argument based on a recommended topic below or one of your own choosing. In addition, it is to be a research paper. The essay is to be an argument with valid reasoning and clarity of thought with use of outside quotes for support. Select one of the following topics below. Pay court to opposing views or alternate voices on your topic.
Three secondary sources, two of which are scholarly or peer-reviewed academic journal articles or books (i.e., LCC or university databases or book references).
*** Locate one solid source for your opposing evidence.
So, a news source, interview, credible documentary may count toward your 3rd source. Demonstrate adequate quotes and paraphrasing from both the primary (the essay in your book, speech, poem, speech, or short story from the ones listed in D2L), and secondary material.
All borrowed sources must show proper MLA documentation for both in-text AND on the Works Cited page in order to receive a passing grade for the essay. Review the sections on “Plagiarism.
Length: 1300-1600 words and must be typed and double-spaced.
Format: Your name, student #, English 122, Essay #___, and date, should be single-spaced on upper left-hand corner. Number your pages on upper-right-hand
Intro: Provide a background of the work. Introduce full name of author or poet, title of work, and the issue raised. Include a very brief background on counter perspectives to your position. These should be included in every paper.
Provide a historical context for the issue you are raising—key events, dates, or concepts.
Build your argument around a key concept or term. Explain fully to your audience.
Begin with a rhetorical question or interesting quote. Give sufficient background of the quote.
Craft a contextual example. This may be useful if you are raising an unfamiliar problem with most people. Anchor your paper early with a real example that maybe many people would understand.
Thesis: Craft a debatable thesis on a singular issue that includes your claim (YOUR POSITION), and the “because” clause (WHY IT IS SIGNIFICANT).
Body: Reference the work you are spring-boarding off of, using textual evidence often.
Reference the primary source several times in the body (e.g., the essay, speech, short story, or poem). Your essay is not a literary analysis, but a proposal argument. You are using the primary text to anchor the issue you are raising—it’s contemporary problem and you’re trying to persuade your audience to think a different way.
[For example, you’re analyzing bilingualism in k-12 schools. You’ll reference quotes from Tan’s essay several times, find research on bilingualism, propose a different way of thinking, and attempt to persuade].
Introduce your counter claim.
Sustain it for at least 55-65+ words. Find real evidence on the opposing side (not just “Some say that…”). Provide real people or associations that disagree with you.
Show a sustained and careful analysis of a counterview based on your research (note: One or two sentences indicates you are not wholly interested in listening to a view other than your own; demonstrate your willingness to engage the other side carefully and patiently). Be mindful of diction.
Synthesize literary genre:
Locate a few lines of a poem of your choice that will enhance your ideas. Limit to maybe one stanza or a few lines only. Introduce the poet fully (by name and title of poem). Insert it in the body of your paper that makes most sense. Cite by poet’s last name then by line #’s). Include on Works Cited page.
Paragraphs and Quotes:
Begin each paragraph with a topic sentence that refers back to your thesis.
Integrate properly. Recall, no sentence should begin with a quote.
Begin and end each paragraph in your own words. Avoid “I” and “You” pronouns.
Reiterate your claim and evidence you have proven in new words. Mention the counter view again, and restate why your position is more valid. Fully develop this ending paragraph.
2-3 sentences are not enough to comprise an adequate final paragraph. This is your place to really shine with what you have proven. Fully develop.
This will include the primary text (essay from your book, short story, speech, poem) and secondary texts (your 3 sources, two which must come from academic journals in LCC databases). So, a minimum of 4 (hopefully more) entries will be on this page.
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