Paper I: Position/Proposal Paper Outline (Animal testing Vs Medical Research)

Paper I: Position/Proposal Paper Outline (Animal testing Vs Medical Research)

Learning Objectives: In this assignment students will: generate original ideas by processing information on research topic by answering specific questions to develop an outline, present an idea persuasively in an academic, college-level outline (Full Outline), and refine strategies of academic research, including selecting a topic and defining the issue or problem through the analysis of source material and creation of a formal outline. Context Analysis To develop a good sense of your context in writing a position or proposal paper, you should answer the following questions. As is always the case, your understanding of the audience may change as you work on the assignment. You may, for example, get a clearer idea of what they know or expect, or you may change your ideas about the sort of format that is appropriate for them. Consequently, you may want to revise your context analysis as you work on your paper. Context Analysis WorksheetPreview the documentView in a new window The context analysis is NOT your essay or outline. It is only done to help you develop the essay. You will use the outline to help you write the essay later in the semester after you’ve done a context analysis first. Position/Proposal Paper Outlines Included is an outline for a full position paper and a full proposal paper. There is some sample content included to show you what your outline should look like. Use one of these outlines for your proposed paper. Remember, you will only write the outline for this paper, not the essay. And where there are blanks in the example outline, you will need to fill it in so that your outline is complete. This is a work in progress, so although it needs to be complete for this assignment, you will revisit this outline during the research process and update and change it as needed. You can change as much of it as possible after this version is submitted, as long as you don’t change the topic. You can change from position to proposal or vice versa. You can change sides on the issue or change your proposed solution. This is a living document. This assignment is to prove that you understand the type of paper you will eventually write and to give you a starting point. The better you do on the outline, the easier it will be to write the final paper. ENG102PositionOutline.docPreview the documentView in a new window ENG102ProposalOutline.docPreview the documentView in a new window or try these Blank Outline Map for Position Paper.docxPreview the documentView in a new window Proposal Outline.docxPreview the documentView in a new window Guidelines: Do not submit an essay written in paragraph form. Submit an outline with complete sentences. Outline must be 1.5-2 pages (500 words) minimum, typed, and follow the MLA style of documentation. Outline must include complete sentences on the first two levels minimum (I. A.). Outline must follow the position or proposal paper format and include all elements required for that individual paper. No sources are required, but if you use them, you must cite them correctly and include a works cited page at the end. Save your file in the correct format (Name P1.doc or docx). Paper 1 Rubric (1) Paper 1 Rubric (1) Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganize writing to support a central idea view longer description Exceeds Expectations 5.0 pts Meets Expectations 3.0 pts Does Not Meet Expectations 0.0 pts 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMLA Format for Outline view longer description Full Marks 10.0 pts Rating Description 5.0 pts No Marks 0.0 pts 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDefine Issue/Problem Full Marks 10.0 pts Rating Description 5.0 pts No Marks 0.0 pts 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesis: State Position/Proposal Full Marks 5.0 pts Rating Description 3.0 pts No Marks 0.0 pts 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThree Arguments Full Marks 12.0 pts Rating Description 6.0 pts No Marks 0.0 pts 12.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTwo Opposing Views Full Marks 6.0 pts Rating Description 3.0 pts No Marks 0.0 pts 6.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion Full Marks 2.0 pts Rating Description 1.0 pts No Marks 0.0 pts 2.0 pts Total Points: 50.0 Previous Next