eng200 | undergraduate
Rhetoric And Research
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The Beginning of the Writing Process and Introduction to Arguments
- Determine an appropriate topic and position for an argument paper.
- Explain the elements of a topic that make it appropriate for an argument paper.
- Identify the main components of an argument.
Finding, Evaluating, and Organizing Your Research to Form an Argument
- Justify the use of an information source in a written work, based on timeliness, relevance, and credibility of the author and publication.
- Develop an effective thesis statement and topic sentences based on research.
- Apply an effective strategy for organizing research.
Drafting Your Paper
- Integrate research to support a clearly written argument.
- Demonstrate the use of academic style in a written work.
Formatting Your Paper and Documenting Research
- Apply APA conventions for formatting a written work.
- Demonstrate appropriate use and formatting of in-text citations and reference page citations in a written work.
Finalizing Your Paper
- Construct a clear argument supported by research.
- Demonstrate college-level academic writing abilities.
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