What's the best age to have a baby?

| April 28, 2016

Topic:

Order Description
MLA Format, Toulmin or Rogerian approach, Introduction
–Provide opening sentence(s) that project the writer’s tone, create interest in the reader, and demonstrate the relevance of this topic
–Identify the audience—those likely to read/hear your paper (may be opponents)
–Identify the perspective from which you are writing—you are the mouth piece for this group
–Identify and discuss the topic and show relevance (if not shown in the opening sentences)
–State your position
–Express your claim—3 point thesis
Body Paragraph #1
–Topic Sentences=Your Perspective + Topic + Position + Thesis Point #1
–Detail #1
–Example #1
–Detail #2
–Example #2
–Detail #3
–Example #3
–Transition Sentence (optional)

Body Paragraph #2
–Topic Sentences=Your Perspective + Topic + Position + Thesis Point #2
–Detail #1
–Example #1
–Detail #2
–Example #2
–Detail #3
–Example #3
–Transition Sentence (optional)
Body Paragraph #3
–Topic Sentences=Your Perspective + Topic + Position + Thesis Point #3
–Detail #1
–Example #1
–Detail #2
–Example #2
–Detail #3
–Example #3
–Transition Sentence (optional)
Refutation Paragraph
–Topic Sentence=State opponents’ 2/3 viewpoints
–Refute the 1st opposing viewpoint and provide a detail and example (This insight is not repeated in the body paragraphs.)
–Refute the 2nd opposing viewpoint and provide a detail and example (This insight is not repeated in the body paragraphs.)
–Refute the 3rd opposing viewpoint and provide a detail and example (This insight is not repeated in the body paragraphs.)
–Reiterate your position.
Conclusion
–Opening Sentence(s): Perspective + Topic + Position + 3 Thesis Points
–Opening Sentence(s): Identify the audience
–Summarize the content of the body paragraphs
–Close with a call to action
• demonstrate an understanding of logos, ethos, and pathos for a position persuasion

• demonstrate knowledge and understanding of MLA (Modern Language Association) style of documenting: parenthetical and Works Cited page

• exhibit effective use of verbs and signal phrases

• use prewriting skills to develop the essay

• use accurate grammar, mechanics, and usage

• use a variety of strategies: research paper

• submit writing consistent with instruction for final submission

• select a stated or implied purpose in professional/academic writing

• demonstrate variety in vocabulary

• demonstrate understanding of essay focus, coherence, structure, organization, and development

• use appropriate and formal language for a specified audience

• exhibit mastery of the chronological writing process, including steps such as topic selection, topic narrowing, thesis generation, topic subdivision, outlining, and drafting

• demonstrate use of an outline

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