4.06 Outlining Your Argument
1. Introduction Introducing a soda ban to the public is a very touchy topic. Mr.
Bloomberg is seeking to reduce the obesity rates by proposing a soda ban on drin
4.05 Preparing Your Argument
Identify and describe your audience.
I intend to inform the general public of my position on the New York Soda Ban.
Where did you find this source?
4.07 Drafting Your Argument
Do you like soda? Yes? Well, if you do then you will want to read whats coming up next.
Lets look at the facts, the facts on soda of course and what soda contains meaning the
3.09 No Love Lost
No Love Lost Note-Taking Guide
Read Fletcher and Ollie McGee's epitaphs from Spoon River Anthology and read "The Story of an Hour."
Respond to the following questions using evidence from th
3.11 Defying Archetypes
1. Choose an article to read closely and summarize: Funny women flourish in female-written
In the beginning of the comedies, Melissa finds herself in a situation where the women must
4.08 Publishing Your Argument
Part A: Reflection
Step 1: Compare your first draft and your final draft.
First Draft: Do you like soda? Yes? Well, if you do then you will want to read whats
coming up next. Lets look at th
3.08 Finding A Voice
Judith Sargent Murray
Dear Mr. Franklin,
I am writing this to express my opinion about something Ive seen you claim recently. Being a woman I
feel obliged to write this
3.06 Discussion-Based Assessment
3.01 Poetry Handbook: Structure
The way a poem sounds is often just as important as what it says. Poets select and place words
intentionally to establish rhythm in their work, whic