Public Debate Paper Writer's Memo

Public Debate Paper Writer's Memo - a good job doing those...

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Writers Memo For my English 111 class we were assigned to write a public debate research paper. I decided that in order to write a good paper I would need something that I was interested in. If I was not interested in the subject that I was debating about then there would be no way I personally could write good arguments for or against it. I decided to write my paper on cloning research. I did not know very much about it but I knew enough to be able to take a side on the issue. I wanted to prove to my audience that the government should place regulations on cloning research so the United States would not be behind in biomedical research or be doing something that was immoral or unethical. I was having a really hard time grasping all the rhetorical devices that you could use in your paper and where to use figurative language effectively, but I think I really did
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Unformatted text preview: a good job doing those things in this paper. Incorporating the rhetorical questions really gets at the readers emotions. They also helped me to dig deeper into my paper to bring out stronger points to help drive my argument. I think I did a really good job of incorporating quotes and sources to back up the things I said in my paper. All of these things combined really made my argument stronger and makes my paper more persuasive than if I had not used these devices. I also think I did a good job of explaining all of the difficult scientific terms, so anyone could pick up my paper and understand what I am talking about. I hope you enjoy my paper, and maybe are persuaded by the facts and logic and reasoning behind my paper....
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