The essay is about Community improvement. My community improvement idea would be to remodel some parks in the area and remove some of the abandon houses. I live in Kankakee Illinois.
Now that you have spent some time analyzing others’ uses of rhetorical strategies to build their arguments, you will now be asked to use them to build your own argument.
Proposals are a form of argument. They are written to initiate an action or change. So, just like arguments, they need to make strong points in order to be convincing.
Purpose: I would like to you to propose something that will improve your community. Perhaps it will be adding something to your community, taking something away, or improving something. I want this proposal to be personal to you because I want you to have strong ethos and be able to contribute a lot of original thought rather than rely on sources.
Audience: The audience for your proposal will be members of your own community; anytime we propose a change, we first need to gain the support of those who will be impacted by the change.
Organization: In general, your organization will include:
1) Setting the context (ie. identify and describe your community) and establishing/explaining the issue or problem you feel your proposal will be improving.
2) Developing how your proposal will improve the issue/what it will take to accomplish this.
3) Acknowledging opposing viewpoints and counter-arguing them.
So, you won’t have the traditional intro, body, conclusion. Instead, you’ll have establishment of the problem, (this might take 2 pages), then you’ll introduce the proposed solution and develop why it’s a good idea, what it takes to accomplish it (this part will be the bulk of the paper). Then, you’ll address opposing viewpoints at the end.
Remember to consider how you can utilize strategies like ethos, logos, pathos, and style to build a persuasive argument. For example, starting with a story that illustrates your issue/problem (with use of pathos) can be an effective way of gaining your audience’s interest. Of course, establishing your own credibility/our trust in you (ethos) is important. And, finally, providing any stats, facts, figures, etc. (logos) that your audience may need in order to be persuaded is also important to bear in mind. Remember your words choices can have a major impact on your message, so be reflective and choose carefully.
I will expect you to cite 3-4 credible sources for this paper. I’m only asking for 3-4 since I don’t want research dominating this paper; it shouldn’t turn into merely a report of your research. Perhaps you’ll find sources that discuss your actual local issue (the prob or the proposed solution) or instead sources that deal with an issue similar to yours or provide important info that helps you develop your proposal.
Tone: Because this is an academic paper, try to maintain a more formal, objective tone. Avoid use of first person (I think, I feel, To me, the best argument was) and second person (You should read…)
Pages: 6 Sources: maximum of 4, minimum of 3
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