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I want you to make sure the initial text you read is not the central part of the paper but instead the issue that you want to discuss is the center of the paper.

Here is the strategy:

Start with some type of Perspective and then pick the issue that the essay will explore. Just make sure that there is a perspective of some sort in your head as you start exploring the issue that the essay will explore and discuss.

Then go and do the research to find a scholarly source that explores the issue from a Perspective that enables an engaging discussion.

You can use any text we have read as long as it is one you have not used before. The most important point here is to make sure the text is not the center of the discussion, so I want you to make sure you use the scholarly source more than the text in the essay.

If you like to think about challenges in numbers and logistically, as you plan this essay think about the idea of crafting a discussion where you end up with 3-4 body paragraphs where only one body paragraph uses the piece from the text book/ or article we read and the other 2-3 body paragraphs use the scholarly source you located and researched.

If you do not want to use one of the texts as a source, then you need to research and locate two sources.

One strategy I use when composing a paper where I use sources is to select all the material from the sources that I will use in the essay first and type them into the document but spaced apart.

I then build my discussion of the issue around the quoted material I have already selected. This approach works for me as I am making the discussion of the issue fit around the materials that I need to support the discussion instead of creating a discussion and then attempting to find material (quotes) that then fit with what I have already written.

This approach works for me.

The key here is that the issue you are discussing and exploring is the core of the paper and not the piece you select from the textbook/ article .

You must get beyond thinking that the core of your discussion is the piece from the textbook because that part is secondary to the discussion.

Do not even mention the title or the author of the sources you use in the introduction of the essay. Review the video of a sample paper to help you strategize on this essay.

What is the issue you want to explore????

How the essay is scored. Here are the 8 categories I use to evaluate the final version of the essay and give it a score. I have taken the highest scoring description off the rubric and copied under each category and bolded key scoring factors.

  • Rhetorical Knowledge
  • Focus on a purpose
  • Adopt appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality
  • Use writing and reading for inquiry, learning, thinking, and communication. .

Demonstrates an excellent understanding of rhetorical knowledge by always doing the following: focusing on a purpose; responding to the needs of different audiences; responding appropriately to different kinds of rhetorical situations; using conventions of format and structure appropriate to the rhetorical situation; adopting appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality; understanding how genres shape reading and writing; writing in several genres

One of the following purposes is explicitly stated or cleverly implied: entertainment, information, persuasion, call to action, etc.; focus on the purpose is maintained throughout the text by supporting details and/or references to sources.

3.Respond to the needs of different audiences.

Project shows a clear connection to the intended audience(s) throughout the text by appropriate content and language that demonstrates explicit understanding of the age, class, background experience, education, culture, etc of the audience(s). Gender is important too.

Always adopts appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality, distinguishing various nuances of the writer/reader relationship through word choice, syntax, and structure.

5.Use conventions of format and structure appropriate to the rhetorical situation.

Always shows an understanding of appropriate format in any rhetorical situation by adhering to conventions of a disciplinary style when required or in a format and structure appropriate to the situation.

Always demonstrates detailed and extensive understanding of and engagement with course content writing and conversation, including the following: Identifying and explaining issues; questioning claims; evaluating evidence. Making Connections; articulating personal response. Acknowledging other points of view.

7.Develop knowledge of genre conventions ranging from structure and paragraphing to tone and mechanics.

Has developed knowledge of genre conventions ranging from structure and paragraphing to tone and mechanics; reads and writes in multiple genres and applies knowledge of genre conventions to analysis in reading, and invention in writing.

8.Control such surface features as syntax grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

Always controls surface features of text such as syntax, grammar, punctuation, and spelling; demonstrates commitment to such control through rigorous proof reading.

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