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This week, you will submit a formal outline for your argumentative research paper, which is due next week. To help you think about outlines, you will read one of two readings, answer a critical question about it, analyze how the author effectively organizes the work, and consider how you can imitate that writer’s strengths.
First, for this discussion, choose one of the following two readings and answer the associated question (150+ words). Be sure to quote and cite from the reading in your response:
Option 1 – Tannen, D. (2014). Sex, lies and conversation: Why is it so hard for men and women to talk to each other? In G.H. Muller (Ed.), The McGraw-Hill reader: Issues across the disciplines pp. 117-122. McGraw-Hill.
p. 122, “Rhetoric,” Question 1 and 2 (modified from book): Tannen begins her essay with anecdote. Is it effective or not, and why? Besides anecdotes, the author uses statistics, social science research, appeals to authority, and definition in advancing her argument. Find at least one example of each and explain its effectiveness or lack thereof.
Option 2 – Gekernter, D. (2014). Unplugged: The myth of computers in the classroom. In G.H. Muller (Ed.), The McGraw-Hill reader: Issues across the disciplines pp. 212-215. McGraw-Hill.
p. 214, “Rhetoric,” Question 3; The essay has a three-part structure, each section divided by space. How would you characterize the purpose of each section? How does the author use transitions to move from one section to the next?
Second, consider how the author organized the essay. For instance, look at aspects such as clear topic sentences, counterarguments, paragraph transitioning, and the integration of research. What can you apply, especially when it comes to planning or outlining your paper? Avoid focusing on what the author wrote. Focus instead on how the author wrote. What are some traits this writer demonstrates that you would like to imitate in your own essay? (150+ words)
TIP: Be sure to respond to both questions in individual paragraphs.
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In 100-150 words, respond to two peers’ main posts. Examine whether each post clearly supports the peer’s ideas about the merits of each outline and the choice of outline format for the intended major writing assignment. Offer your ideas as to other ways of seeing the value in one or more of the proposed outline formats.
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