For the final essay in ENGL 1101, your task will be to examine a major local, state, federal, or global issue, examining and researching its various sides FAIRLY, then drawing conclusions from your analysis to conclude for your readers what makes the most sense and what they should do with your facts and conclusions. Choose from the following options, each of them equally valid:
You may choose any of these, and you SHOULD choose a topic about which you have a strong interest. However, while you will be eventually arguing a side, the essay should be thorough and fair in its analysis of all sides, so if you feel so strongly about the issue that you grow angry or emotional just talking about it, select a different topic. If you cannot see the other sides in the issue as having validity, then you cannot effectively judge the issue for your readers.
As part of the development of your portfolio from start to finish, different components are required to make up the total of the project’s grade (which is 45% of the course grade). Each portion is described below, and its weight within the project is also listed:
This should be a one- to two-page document showing the logical progression of the essay plan, including introduction, thesis, main points, major evidence, transitions, and conclusion.
This document can show the essay at ANY stage of its development, but it MUST be turned into the instructor at least one time during the process of working on the portfolio—either through Turnitin (on Blackboard) or during class (in paper format). The document, with MY questions, comments, and other marks, is what will be assessed for this portion of the grade. Comments will be compared to the final draft to assess the extent of the student’s revision and editing.
This portion of the portfolio will present a general summary of the information to be found in each outside resource used, including the interview/survey. The summary of each will be placed UNDERNEATH a fully cited MLA-style end citation of the source to be used. Sources which are consulted but NOT used in the final draft should still be included, as they may substantially increase the score for this portion of the portfolio.
This is the final document, the argumentative result of your research, logical thought, and development. It should be a minimum of 1500 words (typed, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font), plus a works cited page, and all should fully follow the requirements listed below:
NOTE: This word count does not include the works cited. You must have 1,500 words BEFORE the Works Cited is added.
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