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Argument Essay: Assignment Guidelines & Details Assignment : an argument-driven analysis that engages with and analyzes the ideas presented in...

Argument Essay: Assignment Guidelines & Details 


Assignment : an argument-driven analysis that engages with and analyzes the ideas presented in your source. Your own argument will be driven by a claim (thesis) that you present in the introduction and support in the body paragraphs with reasons and evidence (quotes, paraphrases, or summaries) from the source. 


Guidelines : The paper should be tow to three pages, and it should not be longer than three pages. You will also need to include a properly formatted Works Cited page and an engaging title  

Topics : What is more important to help people? Listening or do immediate voluble and helpful actions  

Sources : The TEDtalks (https://www.ted.com/talks/ernesto_sirolli_want_to_help_someone_shut_up_and_listen) and (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4EDhdAHrOg)

Process : Follow the below as you work on this paper:

1- Introduction: Introduces the topic, main source, question or debate, and argument by giving relevant background information and context (summary). 

2- Claim: Is a clear, unified, specific, easily recognizable argument that takes a position that describes both your topic and your point of view. 

3- Support: Quotes are used as effective support for the argument and are integrated skillfully into each paragraph through introductions, explanations, and analysis 

4- Conclusion: The conclusion summarizes the main argument and leaves readers with something to think about in relation to the larger debate about this topic. 

5- Organization: Arguments and support progress logically and appropriately. Transitions aid in logical progression by effectively linking ideas among sentences and creating bridges between paragraphs 

6- Grammar: The paper includes no or only very few minor errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation 

7- Formatting: The paper accurately follows MLA, formatting guidelines (headers, title, Works Cited, doub spaced, citations, etc.). 

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