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English Language - classical argument, Essay

Essay four should be approximately five to seven typed, double spaced pages. For this essay, you will need to take a position on the topic you explored for Writing Project three and write a fact, value, or policy argument. Here are some examples of what I mean: A “fact” argument seeks to prove something true or false, valid or invalid. Some “fact” arguments that you might be materially connected to include issues such as music programs improve student behavior, the presence of surveillance cameras in stores impacts customer behavior, or school curricula are designed to track students into the same or similar careers as their parents; therefore, public education is a means of maintaining social class status. When you write a fact argument, it is especially important to get as many sides of the story as possible and to be sure that you thoroughly address those who disagree with you. You can see that all of these “facts” are researchable and debatable. Your job, when you write a “fact” argument is to reveal the truth about your topic and help your audience to see it. A “value” argument comments on the quality of something and seeks to prove it good or bad, adequate or inadequate. Some “value” arguments that you might be materially connected to include issues such as it is more ethical to shop at a farmer’s market than the grocery store, the curriculum that school district X uses doesn’t adequately prepare students for the math they will encounter in college, or the working conditions at the X factory are horrible, and workers there deserve higher pay and a safer environment. You can see that the value arguments here are debatable. If you choose to write a value paper, you will need to be careful to have solid criteria for judging the topic you take up. You can’t just say it’s great because it’s so darn good or that it’s bad because it just isn’t any good. J A “policy” argument suggests a policy and seeks to get something done, often by suggesting ways to improve a situation. Some “policy” arguments that you might be materially connected to include our school needs an after school reading club, the sidewalk should be put in on Snouffer Road between McVey and Sawmill so that local residents can safely walk to local stores, or our community action group needs to start a daycare co-op so that members with children can attend meetings. You can see that the policies are debatable as well. When you write a policy paper, you need to keep in mind the audience you are trying to convince. If you break your logic into the following stages, you can write a very successful policy paper: establish need, present the plan, and demonstrate the practicality of the plan. An outline for the last example might go something like this: there have been X number of meetings, and parents of small children have been unable to attend over half of them due to their inability to secure child care (of course, you would have to elaborate on these facts). I propose that we set up a co-op that will run like this (here you will present your plan). This idea is sure to be successful because we already have the space, etc. (here you would explain why your plan will work, considering things like cost, space, etc). You might also include an example of another successful co-op and use it to demonstrate a plan you could emulate and the practicality of the example. Your paper should definitely use at least two or three of the sources you read for Writing Project Three, but be careful not to go “quote crazy”! I’m interested in your ideas, not a collage of other people’s ideas. You have something important to say. I want to read all about it! Have fun with this. Make it matter to you!
Essay four should be approximately five to seven typed, double spaced pages. For this essay, you will need to take a position on the topic you explored for Writing Project three and write a fact, value, or policy argument. Here are some examples of what I mean: A “fact” argument seeks to prove something true or false, valid or invalid.
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