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Project 2 Argument Plan (30 points) Part 1: Proposal Argument (25 points) Using the Learning the Qualities of Effective Proposals discussed in Chapter 12, plan out your argument by providing detailed information for the following criteria: 1. Problem: Many members of my community find it hard to have the necessary motivation to try and exercise by themselves. This has ultimately led to them being out of shape, unfocused, and lacking the body shape they would like. If you have a lot of members in your community that are unhappy, it has made it more difficult to be friendly to each other and spread a positive vibe amongst the rest of the community. 2. Audience: The audience is set for anyone who experiences trouble exercising alone, or with exercising in general because the main argument I am trying to make is that exercising with a partner is more beneficial. With the change I am trying to produce, it will have to be a decision made by the audience. If they decide to work together in groups, there will be an extra bit of motivation to push each other to work harder or at least work together. 3. Alternative Solutions: Discuss 2-3 alternative solutions that have been previously used or suggested by others. Explain (with evidence) their drawbacks.
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