EN101 Argument Proposal Essay Assignment (SI) FALL 2007

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Prof. D.A. Abdullah English 003 – Spring 2004 The Proposal Argument Essay Assignment Length: 3 double-spaced type pages Format: Typed 12 pt. font Courier / Double-Spaced / MLA Manuscript Format / Parenthetical Citations within the text / “Works Cited” at the end Due: November 28, 2007 HEADING: NAME AND ID# Course, Section, and CRN # Proposal Argument Essay Professor D.A. Abdullah Date References: Your essay must include a minimum of two references (The lyrics count as one reference). All references must come from credible sources. YOU MUST USE THE CLASSICAL PATTERN FOR ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING AS THE FOMAT FOR THIS ESSAY. ALL SECTIONS OF THE CLASSICAL PATTERN MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE ESSAY. THE ESSAY WILL AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE A FAILING GRADE IF ALL PARTS OF THE CLASSICAL PATTERN ARE NOT INCLUDED, PARTICULARLY IF THE ANTICIPATION OF THE OPPOSING OR ALTERNATIVE VIEW AND THE RESPONSE TO THE VIEW ARE MISSING (Also termed the refutation and accommodation). Your essay should have a strong introductory paragraph with a claim, a clearly organized body of well-developed paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph. You will summarize, paraphrase, and quote from the references, as needed. I will be looking for how you support your argument with evidence, how well you
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