Structure of Argumentative Paper
A successful argumentative paper is strongly reliant upon exemplifying empathy to your reader
and illustrating a thorough understanding of all sides of an issue. In order to do so, here is one
format to follows to create a
1. Why does the County Attorney care so much about discovering a motive for the killing?
a. The County Attorney cares so much about discovering a motive for the killing
because He has no supporting evidence to back up the fact that Mrs.
1. What do we learn about the married life of the Wrights? By what means is this
knowledge revealed to us?
a. From Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale's conversation about the Wrights, I think their
relationship was not a good one. This prediction
1. What does Glaspell show us about the position of women in this early twentieth century
a. From the attitudes depicted between the men and the woman throughout the play,
Glaspell clearly conveys the mistreatment of women wit
1. What is so suggestive in the ruined birdcage and the dead canary wrapped in silk? What
do these objects have to do with Minnie Foster Wright? What similarity do you notice
between the way the canary died and John Wrights own death?
1. What attitudes toward women do the Sheriff and the County Attorney express? How do
Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters react to these sentiments?
a. The Sheriff and the County Attorney always seem to find a way to criticize and
disregard the wo
1. What do you infer from the wildly stitched block in Minnies quilt? Why does Mrs. Hale
rip out the crazy stitches?
a. The widely stitched block from Minnies quilt might resemble her anger or
nervousness she was feeling at that moment w
1. What thoughts and memories confirm Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale in their decision to help
Minnie beat the murder rap?
a. Mrs. Hale remembers how Minnie Wright was like before she was married. She
was very happy and she used to be a part
1. In what places does Mrs. Peters show that she is trying to be a loyal, law-abiding sheriffs
wife? How do she and Mrs. Hale differ in background and temperament?
a. Mrs. Peters is the wife of the sheriff, so her background usually revo
1. Point out some moments in the play when the playwright conveys much to the audience
without needing dialogue.
a. In the play, the woman seem to cling to each other while the men cling to each
other. It seemed as if the play was about
1. What ironies does the play contain? Comment on Mrs. Hales closing speech: We call
it-knot it, Mr. Henderson. Why is that little hesitation before knot it such a
a. One of the major ironies the play contains is that t
6 June 2014
Persepolis: Panel Analysis #2
(p. 60 bottom row, rightmost panel) When Anoosh explained to Marjane about the
importance of remembering the stories hes told her it was pretty heartwarming to see how
13 June 2014
Economic Struggle: A Driving Force
Economic struggle had a significant impact on the development of the characters, namely,
Frank and Angela as it drove them to rise above their current living situation for the sake of
Argue whether or not you think we ought to take action. This requires you to make your
own decision grid, of sorts. In Cravens decision grid, he believes the likelihood of GW is
greater than 50% (he cites sources to support his reasoning). As
5 June 2014
Persepolis: Panel Analysis
a. This first pair of panels on the first page struck me immediately as the lack of
individualism she had early on at school as the use of the veil was imposed onto the
schools by the government (as
Concise and compact thesis
There are a variety of ways to write your thesis. Many students will try to
combine their claims and reasons to make their thesis. You may have encountered the
infamous listy way; you state your claim (s) and you list out ALL yo
Brief summary of the three religions in Life of Pi
Unlike most other religions, Hinduism has no single founder, no single scripture, and no commonly agreed set of teachings.
Throughout its extensive history, there have been many key figures
Analysis connects the topic sentence and the evidence. In your paragraph, your topic sentence is your
opinion and it contains your main point. Your evidence is a citation from the book that supports your topic
sentence. Your analysis evaluates a
A Moment For Life
People have their own dreams and aspirations to pursue in their
life. Every day, we need to have a goal to keep us strong and focused on
what we are doing. For me, there was not really a dream or an aspiration
until I came to the USA thr
An Imaginary Companion
When man is in the position of confronting his mortality, his beliefs and values are
inevitably challenged. The rules and ethics that govern his decision making process may be
compromised when survival is his primary need. In the Li
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC GENDER
In The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz, there is a strong difference
between male and female role in The Dominican Republic society. Men are considered as
Machismo which is defined as a strong sense of masculine pr
Through these extremely important roles found throughout this book, it becomes evident that
through the extreme machismo attitude that is expected of men from the Dominican Republic,
the women, in turn, are degraded and are seen as nothing more than a pie
Quoting involve taking a sources exact words and putting it in your paper. It must be identical to the original, using a narrow
segment of the source. They must match the source document word for word and must be attributed to the original author.
Fly out the Cage, Media
Have you ever thought that you are watched by media? Most of the people watch the
news to find out if government is doing wrong. But in V for Vendetta one of the characteristics of
the media is monitoring the people. Government put
28 February 2016
Hesitation in Artificial Intelligence
From the microwave we use on a daily basis to programs that aid for hackers to access
any account, all use technology. In present day society, pe
February 28, 2016
Class work 5
1. For my artificial intelligence topic, I found 2 sources that I used for my research paper.