The goal is to find articles that take clear positions on the topic. Share what you find and include the URL links to the articles. After you’ve posted, assess a classmate’s links, indicating whether you’d like to read or hear more about the topic and why. WEEK 2 Argumentative Strategies (graded) In research writing, what exactly do we mean by argument? Do we mean taking an extreme position and standing our ground, whether or not the facts support our position?
This essay will analyze the dialogue between Socrates and Euthryphro that takes place before Socrates’ trial with the gods of Athens. Though there were many concepts that were shared throughout the dialogue, I chose to discuss Socrates’ argument of piety, love, and what is just and unjust. Socrates’ dialogue with Euthryphro is one of many forms of tedious arguments that Socrates’ is able to present to his peers. This argument is a pivotal question in Socrates’ philosophy. It teaches us the meaning of free will and being able to independently decide what is truly pious or impious based on personal beliefs.
Remember, too, the art of paraphrasing, the seamless beauty they can add to your future essay Paraphrase (i.e., the Explaining of the direct quotation & details above). Remember the rules on paraphrasing! We did this in class. Remember, too, the art of paraphrasing, the seamless beauty they can add to your future essay My Ideas (i.e., the Connection of the details above to the topic & working thesis; i.e., commentary). You finally get to voice your thoughts, questions, and musings on the information… Ideally, on this card you connect the details to your
A C essay shows only that you read but still need to work more on the ideas. Any essay of lower quality than the quality mentioned above will receive a D. Again, this essay will be graded on the quality of your ideas as well as the correct presentation of them. Please, notice that this assignment is not a report, but a philosophical essay, which imply that you should have a valid position on the issue and that you are able to argue in favor of it. If by the time you need to write this essay you are still not clear on how to write a philosophy paper, please ask me or consult Jim Prior’s Guidelines on Writing a Philosophy Paper. The required length of the essays is 1000 – 1200 words written in double space.
Political Party Research Project Hypothesis From my knowledge of political parties I believe that the Democratic party best suits my views in government. I believe this because democrats are all about change and helping everyone out. They also have a broad view in social issues. For example they are open about gay marriage and helping immigrants. An important government issues that is important to me is making the naturalization process for a citizen easier and more affordable.
Ethics Paper The Crito: Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? To complete this essay, you must first read Plato's dialogue The Crito. As you are reading the dialogue, highlight the main arguments you find. After a second reading, begin to summarize the main points of each of the speakers' arguments. To write the essay, begin by introducing the main question the dialogue considers.
The Academic Support Center Chesapeake College www.chesapeake.edu/asc/ 410-827-5854 Helpful Hints for Writing A Critique If you are asked to write a critique of an article or an essay assigned by your professor, you analyze the reading, identify your personal reaction to it, and develop a clear, concise explanation of support for your reaction. Your knowledge of the discipline in which you are working is the basis on which you build the explanation. Successful critiquing begins with the READING: ♦ Read the entire article, trying to identify the writer’s main point. Underline any unfamiliar words as you read, but do not stop to look them up until you have finished reading. ♦ Look up the unfamiliar words, and then carefully and slowly read the article again.
Please keep these strange behaviors for the enjoyment of your friends outside of class. Late Work: Quizzes and other in-class work cannot be made up. If you cannot be in class when a first or final draft of an essay is due, you may send in the draft via email. You will need to give me a printed copy of the final draft at the next class meeting. If the email is on time, I will give you credit for the work—for one assignment.
Scholar-Practice Leadership Model Assist the Doctoral Learner In Overcoming Information Literacy by the Scholar Temika Owens In this paper, it is intended to accomplish a presentation of how some doctoral students overcome information literacy by engaging in the scholar-practice-leadership model in learning academically, professional and personal lives. As a scholar the student should know how to access scholar peer-reviewed research correctly and critically analyze journals, periodicals, and articles. The student will have all opportunity to increase scholarly research by going through the doctoral program, professions and personal lives. After careful examination, the factor that hinders the doctoral student dealing with information literacy
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