book: they say I say 3rd edition page 208,234,259,272,
please note these instructions: the introduction is a research paper do not mention the author. no title, no article. introduce the opposite view. make at least 3 or more thesis .do not use any quotation in the summary and conclusion. no outside source or example.

The Step-by –Step Instruction for the Multiple-Source Essay

Step I: Choose two new sources from They Say I Say
Step II: Read the sources a few times: Use the chart handout and annotate your sources. Look for two-sided ideas and other main ideas and summarize them.
Step III: Look for unique and catchy expressions and use them as quotations.
Step IV: Make an Outline.
Step V: Write/Draft the essay.
Step VI: Revise the essay according to the Checklist.

Checklist for the Multiple-Source Essay

Eng. 101

Total Points: 25

Part I: Global Issues: Focus, Development, organization, and Details

1. Is there a good outline? 1/25
2. Does the writer start with a relevant “hook that catches the reader’s attention? 1/25

3. Is the introduction interesting and informative? Does it synthesize the debate? 2/25
4. Is there a clear thesis at the end of the introduction? Does the writer provide an arguable proposition with an unexpressed assumption? 1/25
5. Does the writer use appeals to emotion, values, and beliefs (supporting details) with the appropriate restraint in the counterarguments and arguments as well? 1/25
6. Does the writer offer convincing commentary: His or Her explanation and interpretation of the textual evidence? 2/25
7. Is the overall organization of the paper clear and effective? Does the writer use transitions and concluding sentences to make the paper flow? 1/25
8. Does the conclusion start with the thesis idea and arrive at a resolution about the central issue? 2/25
9. Does the essay reflect a critical, analytical understanding of the text? Does it sound formal? Does it skillfully anticipate the reader’s needs 1/25
Part II – MLA Documentation
10. Are sources introduced, usually with the name of the author, and then cited by a page number within parentheses? 2/25
11. Does the writer have at least 6 correct summaries? Does the writer support the topic S by summarizing relevant, effective details/examples from the article? Are the summaries accurately documented according to the MLA style? 3/25

12. Does the writer use at least 6 relevant, effective quotations (no longer than 3 lines) from the article? Are the quotes smoothly integrated into the text and accurately documented according to the MLA style? 3/25
13. Double-check in-text citations to be certain that each source is listed on our “Works Cited” and that each entry is documented correctly. 1/25
Part III – Proofreading

14. Does the writer utilize proper grammar and make few blatant grammar errors, suggesting a commitment to revision? 3/25
15. Does the writer maintain the present tense in most verbs in MLA style? 1/25

The Outline for Multiple-Source Argument Essay

Title

I. Introduction

Thesis:
II. Topic Sentence 1=My Reason 1

My Evidence1=Major Support 1

Minor Supports
quotes

or summaries

and explanation

Their Counterarguments =They Say1

Their Evidences

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

My response to their counterarguments

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

Concluding Sentence1
III. Topic Sentence 2=My Reason 2

My Evidence1=Major Support 1

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

Their Counterarguments =They Say3

Their Evidences

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

My response to their counterarguments

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

Concluding Sentence2
IV. Topic Sentence 3=My Reason 3

My Evidence1=Major Support 1

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

Their Counterarguments =They Say3

Their Evidences

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

My response to their counterarguments

Minor Supports

quotes

or summaries and explanation

Concluding Sentence3

V. Conclusion

Note: Each topic sentence will generate one or two or three separate paragraphs. As for supporting details, you will use facts, opinions and examples taken from the source materials. Also check out the handout on Using Sources as Textual Evidence from Course Information on Blackboard before you write this paper.

Synthesizing sources: Charting common ideas

Source

Main Idea/Generalizations

Similarities to the other sources

Differences from the other sources

Conclusions I draw from this source




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