ENGL1100 Research Essay|Nuance/Finesse

For this assignment, I will provide questions about texts that we read in this course, and you will choose one question to answer by composing an argumentative research essay. Your answer to the question will be your thesis. You will arrive at this answer by analyzing the text and by doing research. This essay will be 1250-1500 words long, including the Works Cited list. Develop your argument using at least three secondary sources (perhaps the three from your annotated bibliography, but you are free to find different ones). Write introduction , the body paragraph with bosy sentence then analyze the body paragraph , like this i need 3 secondary peer reviewed courses. The question from the text are In her column “Happily Ever After,” Sabrina Orah Mark reflects on her own life using fairy tales: she reads other stories and writes about them as a way to think about her own experiences. In either or both of the pieces you read for this course, how does Mark suggest that reading and writing work together to help her understand her own life? Every claim you make should have support from one of those text or from your secondary source. This rubric lists my specific expectations. In some cases, these are followed by open expectations. I include these more general expectations where possible to allow you to approach the assignment in ways I don’t already specifically expect. I recommend that you speak to me if you riff on the assignment in your own way so that I can highlight potential opportunities or pitfalls in your plan. Hand in: one Word document through Moodle Word count: 1250-1500 words, counting Works Cited Format: MLA (12 font; Times New Roman; double spaced; pages numbered; info on top left corner of first page; Works Cited page; in-text citations) Purpose: To bring together all the skills you have worked on throughout the course. Learning objectives: • Read, annotate, and summarize a variety of academic and non-academic works • Understand audience, purpose, and occasion • Analyze and evaluate structure, logic, style, and evidence • Explore and refine ideas through discussion and debate • Think and respond critically to a broad range of texts and cultural products • Engage in a writing process that includes brainstorming, outlining, drafting, and revising strategies to produce university-level writing • Apply principles of unity, development, and coherence in writing • Produce clear, grammatical, and logical written work independently • Write essays that assert and support clear thesis statements • Research and assess secondary-source material using university-level methods and resources • Integrate sources effectively into written work using quotation, paraphrase, and summary • Document source material and format essays using MLA and/or APA citation methods to uphold the principles of academic integrity • Recognize and correct errors in their own writing Rubric: Criteria 10-8 7 6 5 4-0 Argument Does the submission have a debatable and defensible thesis that is appropriate and interesting for the assignment? — Is the submission oriented by answering a main question that is appropriate and interesting for the course, the concepts, and the assignment? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Is every paragraph well-organized and focused on a distinct point that supports the thesis? — Is every element of the submission focused on exploring or answering the main question, without unfruitful repetition and without detrimental omission? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Does the submission demonstrate sufficient engagement with appropriate sources, including both substantial research and significant use of sources in argumentation? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Does the submission offer sufficient and well-selected evidence while avoiding unanalyzed summary and lengthy quotations? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Is the analysis of evidence fully and clearly worked out? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Does the analysis demonstrate critical thinking (i.e., is valid, accurate, useful, and consistent)? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Organization Does the submission have an effective and complete building structure with strong transitions? — Does the submission demonstrate an organizational rationale that serves its goals? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Does the submission have an engaging and effective introduction and conclusion? — Does the submission introduce its key question and conclude with a sense of the implications of asking that question? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Writing Does this submission use punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling effectively for its purpose and audience? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark Does this submission effectively consider its purpose and audience in terms of concision, clarity, word choice, title, and MLA style and formatting? Meets all criteria, perhaps with room for further nuance/finesse Meets most criteria Meets some criteria Meets few criteria Misses the mark
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