Persuasive Assingment Working Outline

Persuasive Assingment Working Outline - Section II. In the...

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Persuasive Assignment Peer Review Worksheet (working outline) Due: 10/28 (please bring TWO copies of this) Directions: TYPE your responses to the following questions. Section I. What is your topic? ____________________________________________________________________________ How is your topic interesting and relevant to your reader and audience? ____________________________________________________________________________ What is your thesis statement? ____________________________________________________________________________ My organizational format is: ____________________ (problem-solution, causal, refutative, Monroe’s Motivated Sequence, etc) What are your two to three main points? I. ______________________________________________ II. ______________________________________________ III. ______________________________________________
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Unformatted text preview: Section II. In the section below, provide the sub points and supporting evidence for two - three of your main points (i.e. you should have the entire body of your paper written in outline form by today). Use complete sentences and in-text citations to receive full credit. I. Main Point: A. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: B. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: C. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: II. Main Point: A. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: B. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: C. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: III. Main Point: A. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: B. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence: C. Supporting sub point: 1. Evidence: 2. Evidence:...
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