PHILO215_Essay_Plan

PHILO215_Essay_Plan - with relevant evidence. The goal of...

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PHILO 215: Essay Plan Worksheet Information Your Name: Guidelines Use this worksheet to plan your essay for the midterm and final papers. Please write your answers to the questions below, save the document in Microsoft Word format (.doc) or in Compatibility Mode if you are using a new version of Microsoft Office, and email it to mmizrah@hunter.cuny.edu by the due date. Questions (1) What is the main topic, problem, or question that your essay is going to address? (2) How do you intend to approach this topic, problem, or question? (3) What is your thesis? (Note that the midterm and final papers are supposed to be argumentative essays. In argumentative essays, the author makes a claim and justifies it
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Unformatted text preview: with relevant evidence. The goal of an argumentative essay is to convince the reader that the claim is true based on the evidence provided. So, the introductory paragraph of your essay should contain the following sentence: In this paper, I will argue that What follows the that is your thesis, i.e., the claim that you are going to defend in the body of the essay.) 1 Essay Plan Worksheet (4) How do you plan to support your thesis? (5) Which primary and secondary sources are you going to use in your essay? (6) Do you have any doubts about your thesis? If so, what are they? 2 Essay Plan Worksheet...
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