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Introduction to Advanced College Writing
Transcript of Introduction to Advanced College Writing
10-12 Course Paper Project
Advanced College Writing
“An argument can be any text-written, spoken, or visual-that expresses a point of view” (Lunsford 5).
Structures of Arguments
Chapter 1, 5
Strategies of Arguments: Chapters 16-20
Style in Arguments: Chapters 2-4,6,13,14
Independent Argument: Chapters 8-12, 21
The Toulmin Model
Fallacies in Arguments
Ethics in Argument
Ethos, Pathos, Logos
Food and Water
Compose a response to Rosen’s argument that meets these criteria:
Include a reference to the author
Include MLA in-text citation
Include a blending of direct quotation and paraphrasing
One sentence and one sentence only
Discussion Board #1-Course Introduction
Compose a 300-400 word argument which is directly supported by not only your own writing, but a supporting argument from a reputable/reliable outside source.
Incorporate information from your source according to MLA standards detailed in the textbook.
Submit your argument on Blackboard
We will become a society of a million pictures without much memory, a society that looks forward every second to an immediate replication of what it has just done, but one that does not sustain the difficult task of transmitting culture from one generation to the next.
Christine Rosen, “The Image Culture”
Romantic love is a fleeting basis for relationships, and marriages should return to being arranged.
All citizens should be required by law to vote and pay election taxes in order to ensure all people are represented equally.
High school graduates should be compelled to spend two years pursuing community service projects or serving in the military to increase maturity before entering college.
Support or refute one of the following statements.
The point of argument is to use evidence and reason to discover some version of the truth.
Persuasive writing seeks to change the audience's opinions with reasoning and other rhetorical styles.