Now it’s time to discuss the topic you’ve chosen to focus on for the remainder of this project! In this assignment, you’ll use a guided prompt to write notes that will help you better understand ways to approach the persuasive essay. When following the guide, remember to use instructor feedback from Week 1 when discussing your topic. If you’re still unsure if the topic is fulfilling the minimum requirements of the project, here’s a quick reminder: 1) it has two logical sides to the issue, 2) it is researchable, and 3) it is related to your career or degree. If you have questions or concerns, please be sure to contact your instructor as soon as possible. You can email or use the General Questions board found in Blackboard.
Constructing Your Writing Notes
The questions below will ask you to consider how the following critical elements relate to your topic:
This process will allow you to develop a potential structure for effectively persuading readers to agree with your argument. This plan will be helpful in keeping your thought process on track when you begin writing and revising your essay. Each response should be one fully developed paragraph in length (5-8 sentences).
As you work on the Writing Notes, remember to refer to the assignment guidelines and rubric (click here) to make sure you’re fulfilling each aspect of the assignment. You can also download/print the rubric.
Your responses will be saved to the Notebook, which can be found under the “Tools” menu signaled by the wrench icon on the upper right side of the screen. In this view, all the responses will be saved separately. You can also download all of your responses to a single Word document by following the directions at the bottom of this page. Note that you must click “Submit” to add your responses to the Notebook and be able to download them later.
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(1) Your argument is the main point that you are trying to make in your essay. It should clearly state your opinion on your topic. Describe the argument to be addressed in your persuasive essay and include how the argument is derived from your major, the major you are considering pursuing, or your field of work.
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