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Present an implicit or explicit argument. It’s up to you whether this argument is presented in the..
Present an implicit or explicit argument. It’s up to you whether this argument is presented in the traditional location at the end of the first paragraph (or at least early on in the paper) or if you try out presenting it in the conclusion (which is the strategy that several of the author’s we’ve been reading have used).
Use various rhetorical techniques that we’ve studied this semester (description, compare/ contrast, definition, cause/effect, emotional and logical appeals, appeals that establish your credibility, and so on).
Structure the essay as a whole, and the paragraphs that make it up, in a clear and disciplined manner. Remember, your purpose is to communicate clearly with someone who has little knowledge of the topic or your sources.
Include in-text citations and a Works Cited page formatted according to MLA requirements.
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