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You’ve written a paper about what you think has the biggest influence on how others perceive an individual; the Toulmin model is followed, and it’s clear what the specific elements are, and how the reasoning of the paper is structured; a heading is on the first page, along with a title; there’s a clear introduction that makes a statement/argument/thesis; body paragraphs are clearly structured to advance that point, whether it’s deductive, inductive, or analogical; 3 sources/evidence are incorporated where necessary; MLA format is used both in text and also in a Work Cited page at the end; the writing is grammatically correct, and proofreading has been thorough; a reflection follows the works cited.
- ou’re trying to write an argument that answers this question: What do you think has the biggest influence on how others perceive an individual? This is not a personal essay, though it might include personal narrative elements. One example might be something like this: “The biggest influence on perception is physical style, and how that’s presented in online spaces.” That is an inductive argument, moving from a specific tool to a much larger concept.
- Be aware of how your argument is Inductive, Deductive, or Analogical.
- In body paragraphs, makes points that help you elaborate on the statement you’ve made (the statement is your argument/thesis), defining what you’re using as your grounds, and what warrants you’re relying on to make the argument.
- Incorporate sources/evidence as needed and incorporate those in MLA format. Use at least three sources in your paper.
- Decide where Backing, Qualifiers, and Rebuttals are necessary, and incorporate those.
- In a conclusion, attempt to end in a different place than where you began, remembering that a paper is about a progression, where you move to a new place by the end of it, rather than merely restating the initial thesis.
- Cite all sources in a Work Cited page at the end of the paper
- Include a reflection at the end of the paper that answers these questions:
- What inspired you to make this argument? (another way to ask this is: what is the exigence for your argument?)
- What do you think is working particularly well in this paper? (Be sure to specifically tell me the language you think is working well.)