Unformatted text preview: Finally, how is what she has to say significant for people interested in identity? Criteria for Evaluation Successful papers will: 1. Describe for a reader unfamiliar with this text Loffreda’s project and argument and what you take to be her central claims; 2. Describe how Loffreda organizes her text and how the organization influences what she has to say; 3. Show the various aspects of the problem Loffreda presents; 4. Comment on why this article is significant; 5. Use an effective structure (thesis statement , topic and transition sentences) that carefully guides the reader from one idea to the next (be sure to underline your thesis statement); 6. Be thoroughly edited so that sentences are readable and appropriate for an academic audience. 7. Be 4-5 pages...
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- Spring '10
- Wyoming, Matthew Shepard, Matt Shepard, Beth Loffreda, Argument Analysis Beth, multifaceted problem