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Speaking of Human Rights

Speaking of Human Rights Status: Scheduled COMPETENCIES TO MASTER Can identify commonalities in texts from different places, cultures and time periods Can identify differences in texts from diverse places, cultures and time periods Can write a five-paragraph essay Overview The five-paragraph essay is a useful way to organize and express your ideas. It provides a framework that helps you establish a position or thesis and support it with evidence. For this Project, you will write a five-paragraph argumentative essay comparing and contrasting two famous speeches. Directions Write a five-paragraph argumentative essay that compares and contrasts two speeches by Elie Wiesel and Susan B. Anthony. First, read through the resources “Thesis Statements,” “Body Paragraphs” and “Conclusions” to learn how to construct your essay. Then, read or watch both speeches several times.You may want to take notes on the most important points of each speech as you read. Next, analyze each speech by considering the following: What are the themes or topics of each speech? How are the speeches similar? How are the speeches different? Then, organize your essay. Begin your essay with a paragraph that introduces what you plan to show in your essay and includes a thesis statement. Be sure that your thesis statement presents a debatable argument rather than simply restating facts about your chosen texts. Use the second, third and fourth paragraphs to explain the similarities and differences between the speeches. Use specific examples from the texts to support your points. Use the final paragraph to synthesize the information you presented in the previous paragraphs by restating your thesis and succinctly explaining how you have proven your thesis in your paper. Proofread your work to correct for errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation or mechanics before you submit it. Note: You do not need to do research for this essay, but all sources, quotations and paraphrases from the texts must be cited using a style guide described in "Citing Resources" in the skill-building resources. DELIVERABLES Compare and Contrast Essay (five paragraphs) Project Resources These are links to public external resources. Any comments or statements made on these public websites are not representative of College for America. Text of Elie Wiesel's Speech: "The Perils of Indifference" Read through Elie Wiesel’s speech “The Perils of Indifference” and take notes on its most important points and major themes. VIEW ADD TO LIST Video of Elie Wiesel's Speech: "The Perils of Indifference" Watch this video from 14:00 to 35:30 to see Elie Wiesel’s reading of his speech “The Perils of Indifference.” [clintonlibrary42]. (2012, August 25). White House millennium lecture series - #7 [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldylvNscW54 VIEW ADD TO LIST Text of Susan B. Anthony's Speech: "On Women's Right to Vote" Read through Susan B. Anthony’s speech “On Women’s Right to Vote” and take notes on its most important points and major themes. VIEW ADD TO LIST Thesis Statements Refer to this resource when writing the thesis statement for your compare and contrast essay. VIEW ADD TO LIST Body Paragraphs Read this resource to learn about how paragraphs are formed and how to improve the strength of your own paragraphs. VIEW ADD TO LIST Conclusions Refer to this resource when writing conclusions for your essays for tips on effective conclusions. VIEW ADD TO LIST Writing Argumentative Essays Read through this resource to learn techniques for writing argumentative essays. VIEW ADD TO LIST Skill-Building Resources These are links to public external resources. Any comments or statements made on these public websites are not representative of College for America. Goal Question and Answer Sessions Read this document to learn how to join a live question and answer session about this Goal hosted by a College for America Goal Mentor. VIEW ADD TO LIST Background on Elie Wiesel Read this brief biography of Elie Wiesel for context on “The Perils of Indifference.” VIEW ADD TO LIST Background on Susan B. Anthony Read through this resource for biographical information on Susan B. Anthony. VIEW ADD TO LIST Guidelines on Writing Paragraphs Read through this resource for information on paragraph structure, coherence and transitions. VIEW ADD TO LIST Citing Information Refer to this resource to properly cite information in a standard format. VIEW ADD TO LIST
Speaking of Human Rights Status: Scheduled COMPETENCIES TO MASTER Can identify commonalities in texts from different places, cultures and time periods Can identify differences in texts from diverse places, cultures and time periods Can write a five-paragraph essay Overview The five-paragraph essay is a useful way to organize and express your ideas.
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