Prompt: In a Persuasive Argument, you will build from the research and analytica
Prompt: In a Persuasive Argument, you will build from the research and analytical skills you developed thus far to identify a problem and advocate for a way to address, solve, or resolve that problem. Identify an audience who can benefit from and participate in the solution your proposal addresses. Your starting point, then, is to identify something you feel, with good reason, should be changed. Next, argue that a certain action should be taken to respond to or resolve that problem. Most of the paper should be devoted to advocating your plan for addressing/resolving the problem and argue for it using organizational strategies such as cost/benefit, steps, or comparison/contrast. Your essay should also address questions of feasibility. To do this, first identify a problem with a clear solution. You can take your cues from the readings included in the book, class discussions, or discussions with your instructor. Consequently, your paper will: · articulates your position or definition of a problem; · argues for a specific solution to the problem; · Lays out a clear step-by-step implantation of the solution. As you are drafting, consider how you are supporting your claims about the text. Refer to specific evidence from your research (using quotes and other concrete details) to define the problem. At the same time, consider the balance between problem and solution in your writing, specifically its practicality and feasibility. Remember that your job is not to summarize what has already been said about the issue to your reader. Your job is to articulate a clear solution in enough detail for it to be persuasive. Themes and Topics: · Drunk driving

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