For the first essay, you used yourself and your own literacy as a subject for analysis. For the second essay, you chose an article of interest for analysis. For the third essay, you should choose an issue related to your campus community and take a stand on the issue. To identify an issue of interest, think about the things at Lincoln University that have made you happy or that have made you complain. If you need help identifying an issue related to your campus community
talk about" How can the University cafeteria be improved?"
As you draft your essay, keep in mind that good argumentative essays are written for a specific audience. Therefore, you will need to identify an audience for your essay and write for the audience’s needs. (Is your audience comprised of other University students? Is it University’s president? Is it a specific professor, the Director of Residential Life, or the Director of Student Activities?) You may write your essay in the form of a letter, such as a letter to Dr. Rome or a letter to the editor of the newspaper, The Clarion, if doing so helps you write for an audience. If you write a quality argument, one that applies the standards of argumentative writing, then you might even consider actually mailing your finished essay to your audience. Perhaps you will get results.
Your finished essay should meet the following criteria:
has a title that reflects the topic or thesis
has a suitable, narrow topic
has a clearly stated specific thesis statement that appears in the introduction
is organized into effective paragraphs (introduction, conclusion, at least three body paragraphs)
has well-developed body paragraphs that begin with topic sentences and include good explanation and evidence
acknowledges and rebuts the opposition
includes two pieces of evidence from a source and correctly cites the sources avoids serious punctuation and other sentence errors
is at least 1,000 words in length and otherwise follows the format as described in the syllabus
The essay will be graded based on the following criteria:
1. The introduction . . . . . . starts with an attention getter. . . . includes background information on the topic. . . . includes a thesis statement.
2. The thesis statement . . . . . . plainly states the side of the issue that the essay is arguing. . . . previews the main ideas developed in the rest of the essay.
3. The body paragraphs . . . . . . support the thesis statement. . . . start with a topic sentence. . . . include adequate information to explain each paragraph’s main idea. . . . include personal examples and other forms of evidence. . . . end with a sentence to remind readers of the main idea of the paragraph. . . . do not include any irrelevant details.
4. The opposition . . . . . . is adequately acknowledged and explained. . . . is adequately rebutted. . . . is treated with proper respect.
5. The conclusion . . . . . . reminds the readers of the main ideas of the essay
6. The source material . . . . . . is reliable (from a reputable source). . . . is integrated smoothly and correctly. . . . is used two times in the essay. . . . is cited correctly in MLA format (in-text citations). . . . is listed properly on a Works Cited page (MLA format).
7. The essay meets other criteria: . . . addresses the topic suggested in the prompt. . . . is written for an audience. . . . avoids serious errors in grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. . . . follows proper format (length, margins, heading, double-spaced, font, etc.) . . . has a creative title that reflects the topic or thesis.
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