Pick 4 Essays.

ESSAY INSTRUCTIONS

I. TITLE & NUMBER OF THE COURSE: ENGL 1301 


II. TITLE OF THE ASSIGNMENT: Examining an Issue 


III. GENERAL EDUCATION CORE OBJECTIVES TO BE ASSESSED WITH THIS 


ASSIGNMENT


A. Critical Thinking: Students will develop habits of mind, allowing them to appreciate the processes by which scholars in various disciplines organize and evaluate data and use the methodologies of each discipline to understand the human experience.


B. Communication Skills: Students will communicate ideas, express feelings and support conclusions effectively in written, oral and visual formats.


C. Personal Responsibility: Students will develop habits of intellectual exploration, personal responsibility and physical wellbeing.

IV. ASSIGNMENT AS GIVEN TO STUDENTS

Write an essay of 600 – 750 words (2.5 – 3 pages) that examines a topic from our class readings. The essay must do the following:

o Discuss the topic fully, using evidence from the reading


o Support a clear thesis statement


o Use other written sources as required by your instructor

o Attribute and document accurately all information from other sources


o Draw an informed conclusion based on the reading, sources (if required,) and if appropriate, your own experience

· Complete this essay in several stages (for example: pre-writing, drafting, revising/editing a 
draft,) and submit the work for each of those stages at posted deadlines 


· Use Edited American English 


· Address an audience of your classmates and instructor 


· Follow MLA format and documentation standards

·

Guide for Social Issue Essay

Introduction

Start with an interesting question, a significant quote, a bold statement, or an interesting fact/statistic about your social issue (grab the reader’s attention). If you use words or ideas from a third source, be sure to add the appropriate documentation. Discuss the importance of the social issue. Why does it matter? Who is affected? Be general in your introduction. End the introduction with a thesis statement (implicit or explicit).

Body Paragraph Organization

1. Topic sentence that mentions the social issue and the subtopic (the connection between the sources).
2. Provide another sentence that continues with the idea within your topic sentence.
3. Introduce the source and provide your evidence and citation.

4. Analyze the evidence in relation to the topic sentence. (Asking how and why and other interviewer questions)
5. Provide a transition that suggests a similarity and introduce the other source (also provide your evidence and citation).
6. Synthesize the sources. Make the connection between the sources. State it. Don’t make the reader have to come up with the connection. This is your goal for the body paragraph.

Conclusion

Restate the thesis. Ask NOW WHAT? What can people do to help society overcome this social issue? Consider how the world would be a better place if the social issue did not exist.

Works Cited

Go to the article in the database and copy the citation. Minimal changes need to be made to it: make sure the important words are capitalized, make sure the name of the database is italicized, etc. Use Purdue OWL for the OER reading in order to create the citation. If you are not what type of electronic source your OER reading is, just ask me during class or via email.

Below are the 2 sources you will need to use, the articles are about fake news so you will have to have at least 3 things that are similar and that’s what you will talk about in the body paragraphs

Again thank you so much for helping me

http://0-go.galegroup.com.libcat.sanjac.edu/ps/i.do?p=OVIC&u=txshracd2544&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CA472298951
http://0-go.galegroup.com.libcat.sanjac.edu/ps/i.do?p=OVIC&u=txshracd2544&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CA472298951
http://0-icof.infobaselearning.com.libcat.sanjac.edu/articles/culture-and-media/fake-news.aspx?sr=1&tab=1&hd=16337
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