Assignment 4: Persuasive paper part 2: Solution and Adventages

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Assignment 4: Persuasive Paper Part 2:
Solution and Advantages
Due Week 7 and worth 150 points
Using feedback from your professor and classmates, revise
Part 1 and develop the solution and identify
the advantages of the solution. Note: The disadvantages or
challenges with your answers will be in Part
3.
Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you:
Provide Part I: Revision of A Problem Exists (3-4 pages)
1. Revise, using feedback from the professor and classmates,
your Persuasive Paper Part I: A
Problem Exists.
Develop Part 2: Solution to Problem and Advantages (3-4
pages for 6-8 pages total)
2. Include a defensible, relevant thesis statement clearly
in the first paragraph. (The thesis
statement may need to be modified to reflect added
information and purpose of this part.)
3. Explain a detailed, viable solution that supports your
thesis. This should be one or two (1-2)
paragraphs.
4. State, explain, and support the first advantage
(economic, social, political, environmental, social,
equitable, ethical/moral, etc.) to your solution. This
should be one or two (1-2) paragraphs.
5. State, explain, and support the second advantage
(economic, social, political, environmental,
social, equitable, ethical/moral, etc.) to your solution.
This should be one or two (1-2) paragraphs.
6. State, explain, and support the third (and fourth if
desired) advantage (economic, social, political,
environmental, social, equitable, ethical/moral, etc.) to
your solution. This should be one or two (1-
2) paragraphs.
7. Use effective transitional words, phrases, and sentences.
8. Provide a concluding paragraph / transitional paragraph
that summarizes the proposed solution
and its advantages.
9. Develop a coherently structured paper with an
introduction, body, and conclusion.
10. Use one (1) or more rhetorical strategies (ethos, logos,
pathos) to explain advantages.
11. Support advantage claims with at least three (3)
additional quality relevant references. Use at
least six (6) total for Parts 1 and 2.
Your assignment must follow these formatting guidelines:
 Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size
12), with one-inch margins on all
sides; citations and references must follow APA or
school-specific format. Check with your
professor for any additional instructions.
 Include a cover page containing the title of the
assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s
name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the
reference page are not included in
the required assignment page length.
Note: Submit your assignment to the designated plagiarism
program so that you can make revisions
before submitting your paper to your professor.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this
assignment are:
 Recognize the elements and correct use of a thesis
statement.
 Recognize the use of summary, paraphrasing, and quotation
to communicate the main points of a
text.
 Analyze the rhetorical strategies of ethos, pathos, logos
in writing samples and for incorporation
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 Correct grammatical and stylistic errors consistent with
Standard Written English.
 Prepare a research project that supports an argument with
structure and format appropriate to the
genre.
 Revise drafts to improve clarity, support, and
organization. Recognize how to organize ideas with
transitional words, phrases, and sentences.
 Incorporate relevant, properly documented sources to
substantiate ideas.
 Write clearly and concisely about selected topics using
proper writing mechanics.
 Use technology and information resources to research
selected issues for this course.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality,
logic/organization of the paper, and
language and writing skills, using the following rubric.
Points: 150 Assignment 4: Persuasive Paper Part 2: Solution
and Advantages
Criteria
Unacceptable
Below 60% F
Meets
Minimum
Expectations
60-69% D
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
1. Revise, using
feedback from the
professor and
classmates, your
Persuasive Paper Part
1: A Problem Exists.
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
revised, using
feedback from the
professor and
classmates, your
Persuasive Paper
Part 1: A Problem
Exists.
Insufficiently
revised, using
feedback from
the professor
and
classmates,
your
Persuasive
Paper Part 1: A
Problem Exists.
Partially
revised, using
feedback from
the professor
and
classmates,
your Persuasive
Paper Part 1: A
Problem Exists.
Satisfactorily
revised, using
feedback from
the professor
and
classmates,
your
Persuasive
Paper Part 1:
A Problem
Exists.
Thoroughly
revised, using
feedback from
the professor
and
classmates,
your
Persuasive
Paper Part 1: A
Problem
Exists.
2. Include a defensible,
relevant thesis
statement clearly in the
first paragraph.
Weight: 5%
Did not submit or
incompletely
included a
defensible,
relevant thesis
statement clearly
in the first
paragraph.
Insufficiently
included a
defensible,
relevant thesis
statement
clearly in the
first paragraph.
Partially
included a
defensible,
relevant thesis
statement
clearly in the
first paragraph.
Satisfactorily
included a
defensible,
relevant thesis
statement
clearly in the
first paragraph.
Thoroughly
included a
defensible,
relevant thesis
statement
clearly in the
first paragraph.
3. Explain a detailed,
viable solution that
supports your thesis.
This should be one or
two (1-2) paragraphs.
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
explained a
detailed, viable
solution that
supports your
thesis.
Insufficiently
explained a
detailed, viable
solution that
supports your
thesis.
Partially
explained a
detailed, viable
solution that
supports your
thesis.
Satisfactorily
explained a
detailed, viable
solution that
supports your
thesis.
Thoroughly
explained a
detailed, viable
solution that
supports your
thesis.
4. State, explain, and
support the first
advantage (economic,
social, political,
environmental, social,
equitable,
ethical/moral, etc.) to
your solution. This
should be one or two
(1-2) paragraphs.
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
stated, explained,
and supported
the first
advantage
(economic, social,
political,
environmental,
social, equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
Insufficiently
stated,
explained, and
supported the
first advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
Partially stated,
explained, and
supported the
first advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Satisfactorily
stated,
explained, and
supported the
first advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
Thoroughly
stated,
explained, and
supported the
first advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your ENG 215 – Assignments and Rubrics
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solution. solution. solution. solution.
5. State, explain, and
support the second
advantage (economic,
social, political,
environmental, social,
equitable,
ethical/moral, etc.) to
your solution. This
should be one or two
(1-2) paragraphs.
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
stated, explained,
and supported
the second
advantage
(economic, social,
political,
environmental,
social, equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Insufficiently
stated,
explained, and
supported the
second
advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Partially stated,
explained, and
supported the
second
advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Satisfactorily
stated,
explained, and
supported the
second
advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Thoroughly
stated,
explained, and
supported the
second
advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
6. State, explain, and
support the third (and
fourth if desired)
advantage (economic,
social, political,
environmental, social,
equitable,
ethical/moral, etc.) to
your solution. This
should be one or two
(1-2) paragraphs.
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
stated, explained,
and supported
the third
advantage
(economic, social,
political,
environmental,
social, equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Insufficiently
stated,
explained, and
supported the
third advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Partially stated,
explained, and
supported the
third advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Satisfactorily
stated,
explained, and
supported the
third
advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
Thoroughly
stated,
explained, and
supported the
third advantage
(economic,
social, political,
environmental,
social,
equitable,
ethical/moral,
etc.) to your
solution.
7. Use effective
transitional words,
phrases, and
sentences.
Weight: 5%
Did not submit or
incompletely
used effective
transitional
words, phrases,
and sentences.
Insufficiently
used effective
transitional
words,
phrases, and
sentences.
Partially used
effective
transitional
words, phrases,
and sentences.
Satisfactorily
used effective
transitional
words,
phrases, and
sentences.
Thoroughly
used effective
transitional
words,
phrases, and
sentences.
8. Provide a concluding
paragraph / transitional
paragraph that
summarizes the
proposed solution and
its advantages.
Weight:10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
provided a
concluding
paragraph /
transitional
paragraph that
summarizes the
proposed solution
and its
advantages.
Insufficiently
provided a
concluding
paragraph /
transitional
paragraph that
summarizes
the proposed
solution and its
advantages.
Partially
provided a
concluding
paragraph /
transitional
paragraph that
summarizes the
proposed
solution and its
advantages.
Satisfactorily
provided a
concluding
paragraph /
transitional
paragraph that
summarizes
the proposed
solution and its
advantages.
Thoroughly
provided a
concluding
paragraph /
transitional
paragraph that
summarizes
the proposed
solution and its
advantages.
9. Develop a
coherently structured
paper with an
introduction, body, and
conclusion.
Weight: 10%
Did not submit or
incompletely
developed a
coherently
structured paper
with an
introduction,
body, and
conclusion.
Insufficiently
developed a
coherently
structured
paper with an
introduction,
body, and
conclusion.
Partially
developed a
coherently
structured
paper with an
introduction,
body, and
conclusion.
Satisfactorily
developed a
coherently
structured
paper with an
introduction,
body, and
conclusion.
Thoroughly
developed a
coherently
structured
paper with an
introduction,
body, and
conclusion.
10. Use one (1) or
more rhetorical
strategies (ethos,
logos, pathos) to
explain advantages.
Weight: 5%
Did not submit or
incompletely used
one (1) or more
rhetorical
strategies (ethos,
logos, pathos) to
Insufficiently
used one (1) or
more rhetorical
strategies
(ethos, logos,
pathos) to
Partially used
one (1) or more
rhetorical
strategies
(ethos, logos,
pathos) to
Satisfactorily
used one (1) or
more rhetorical
strategies
(ethos, logos,
pathos) to
Thoroughly
used one (1) or
more rhetorical
strategies
(ethos, logos,
pathos) to ENG 215 – Assignments and Rubrics
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explain
advantages.
explain
advantages.
explain
advantages.
explain
advantages.
explain
advantages.
11. Support advantage
claims with at least
three (3) additional
quality relevant
references (at least six
(6) total for Parts 1 and
2).
Weight: 5%
No references
provided
Does not meet
the required
number of
references; all
references
poor quality
choices.
Does not meet
the required
number of
references;
some
references poor
quality choices.
Meets number
of required
references; all
references
high quality
choices.
Exceeds
number of
required
references; all
references high
quality choices.
12. Clarity, writing
mechanics, and
formatting
requirements
Weight: 10%
More than 8
errors present
7-8 errors
present
5-6 errors
present
3-4 errors
present
0-2 errors
p

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