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Argumentative Synthesis Essay-English

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Background: Debates are some of the best places to watch how arguments work and how debaters synthesize evidence to support their claims. Task: Choose one of the debates posted in Moodle. Pick a side and write a 900-1000 word essay that argues for that position. Use the material from the debate and your own experience and logic as evidence. Be sure to include one paragraph that represents the counterargument. Like the debate audience, your audience only vaguely knows about the topic. Learning Outcomes Met: 1. apply various invention strategies to explore multiple questions around a topic of inquiry. 2. use multiple research strategies to investigate a topic of inquiry. 3. identify and analyze the purposes, audiences, and contexts of a range of research-based texts (such as print, websites, databases, films, etc.). 4. effectively summarize, paraphrase, and quote from research materials. 5. identify, analyze, and evaluate the claims and evidence used in these texts. 6. identify and use appropriate conventions of quotation, citations, and references for various disciplines (e.g., MLA, APA). 7. demonstrate a working ability with multi-media presentation (e.g., oral, print, digital, etc.) of your research. The video in moodle: https://youtu.be/JvV1gu_dMfM