Marginalized international students in the US
ESSAY #4: Proposal Argument Hesearcn Essay Purpose: This project asks you to make a claim that proposes a practice or policy to address a problem or need and that is oriented toward action,
directed at the future, and appropriate to your audience. As a result, you will strengthen and expand your analytical, research, and explanatory skills by applying them to the presentation of a
proposal. In addition, you will develop skills in argumentation, which will assist you in cross-disciplinary writing throughout your academic career and beyond. Readings: A Brief Guide to Academic
Argument “Ch. 10 Writing Arguments: An Overview” and “Ch. 13 Writing Proposal Arguments” Discussion: Proposal writing reinforces the aim of argument as positive and constructive—to convince readers
to solve a common problem in a particular way. This view of argumentation assumes that, in order to get your reader to consider alternatives, it is necessary to reduce their sense of threat. Hence,
argumentation becomes an effort not to defeat an opponent but to bridge differences by finding or creating common ground.
When you write a proposal, you must analyze a subject about which there is disagreement, and you must take a stand (or position) on it. A good proposal does two things: it defines a problem and
argues for a particular solution. This requires you to be directly engaged in writing for a specific audience. You construct an argument, giving reasons and support, while considering the
objections and questions of your reader. Proposals go further than an argument in that they urge your reader to take some sort of action. Whether or not your reader will agree with your solution
will depend on the strength of your argument.
Writing Task: You MUST: • write an essay, considering what it means to be “marginalized” in U.S. society “marginalized.” • consider audience and purpose — your audience is an academic audience &
your purpose is to engage in a balanced, reasoned debate (which builds credibility) rather than a biased, emotional outburst, (which undermines credibility). • include a debatable thesis statement
with three qualifying sub-points placed at the end of your introduction (the first paragraph). • include topic sentences at the beginning of each paragraph. • incorporate evidence for every part of
your argument. • consider altemative views and counterarguments. • come to a conclusion, drawing out the implications of the argument. • incorporate at least SIX outside sources into your essay.
Two Internet sources are permitted. • include a Works Cited page. Only sources actually cited in the essay are to appear on the Works Cited page. • visit the LRC or NetTutor for feedback at least
once for this paper. More than once counts as extra credit. • participate in peer review sessions in class. • Attach LRC visit forms/NetTutor feedback forms, peer reviews, and previous drafts to
your final draft. • NOT use the personal pronouns you, I, my, us, we, our. Personal pronouns are unacceptable in academic essays. • I will NOT read essays on the following topics: abortion,
evolution, marijuana, religion, or gay marriage.
The successful paper will do the following: .”s- Demonstrate the ability to evaluate and incorporate research into a proposal argument research essay • Demonstrate critical thinking, reading, and
writing skills by presenting a logical solution to a current social, political, or economic problem .”s- Present an arguable, specific, clear, and relevant thesis statement .7,- Consider audience
and purpose — your audience is an academic audience & your purpose is to engage in a balanced, reasoned debate (which builds credibility) lather than a biased, emotional outburst, (which undermines
credibility). Your rhetorical purpose is persuasive. Stay on topic and be specific • Have well organized paragraphs with clear topic sentences that relate to the thesis with each paragraph centered
on one point • Effectively use transitions between paragraphs and ideas • Support the thesis statement and ALL other claims with textual evidence/analysis /examples; every part of the argument must
be supported by evidence and/or examples • Thoughtfully incorporate 5-6 sources, including at least ONE book source and THREE peer-reviewed periodical sources Effectively synthesize textual
material via quotation, paraphrase and/or summary, properly citing all external ideas and textual material • Avoid too much summary; provide an insightful and thorough proposal argument that offers
a solution to a current problem • Present ideas in a clear and logical order • Properly accredit the chosen sources using MLA format for in-text citations and Works Cited .”;– Be at least 8 FULL
pages in length • Include all materials (Annotated Bibliography, peer-reviewed draft, peer-review handout, LRC/NetTutor visit forms, and annotated copies of sources) .”;– Be free of careless
grammatical and mechanical errors, demonstrating an ability tc proofread one’s own work.
IMPORTANT REMINDERS: • A Word of Caution: If you fail to follow assignment instructions—which include writing an essay that does not meet the length requirement, fails to address the writing
prompt, or is about your personal religion—you eam an appropriate grade. Therefore, be sure to contact me for assistance and clarification if you have any questions or concerns. There is NO
revision opportunity for this essay. Since there are NO revision opportunities for this essay, I will offer comments on one early draft. • Be careful and meticulous as you prepare to tum in the
essay. Failure to meet all of the requirements might result in an F for a well-written essay.
Length:8-10 pages, typed, double-spaced, stapled, and Times New Roman size 12 font Format:MLA 8th edition, including a properly formatted heading Grading Criteria:Refer to your syllabus and the
grading rubric found in the Course Handouts Packet In addition, if required items are missing from your essay, you will lose points as follows: Less than the required number of sources on Works
Cited page =20 points/source Missing citations in Research Essay =10 points/source Citation included in essay but not listed on Works Cited=5 point/source NO Works Cited page=F VALUE:250 points or
25 % of your overall course grade
Intro: Hook, background and thesis (problem and solution) Background Problem why is this a problem Solution why is this a good solution Conclusion
The 9 sources are 1 book 3 academic journals and 5 peer reviewed academic sources
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