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Unformatted text preview: 4. Will the author need to clearly define his or her topic and/or present a “mini causal analysis” of how or why the situation got to be the way it is? Write down at least one question that you have about the topic. no 5. What supporting arguments/points (refer to “The Four Basic Parts of a Recommendation Essay” handout) do you think that the author could make in support of his or her proposal? List three: 1. 2. 3. 6. Feasibility ( please do not simply answer “yes” or “no”): 1. Is the proposal affordable? I believe it would be affordable 2. Will it take too long? It might take a year or more 3. Will people get involved to do this? I think people will get involved 4. What trade-offs are involved? 5. What’s the first step? 6. What tone/voice might work best for this particular proposal? Why?...
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- Spring '10
- Dr. Fenway
- Pennsylvania, Beaver Hall, mini causal analysis