INSTRUCTIONS – FINAL ESSAY EXAM (20%) ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY (Due Week 12 in LÉA at 11:55 on day of your class) Instructions: Choose one of the topics from the topic selection list provided. Based on the readings & audio-visual materials in chapter 3 or 5 in the Avenues2 Skills etext, develop a debateable thesis statement and write an argumentative essay (350-450 words). A maximum grade of 50% is granted to any student who does not meet the minimum 350- word count. You must support your thesis by providing specific examples from at least 2 (minimum) different articles or audio-visual materials in Avenues 2 Skills etext, from 2 additional outside sources (English article, website, etc.), and personal anecdotes (maximum 1). Use the writing workshop pages in your Avenues 2 Skills etext (pages 146 to 168) to prepare. Focus on developing an argument essay (pages 167 & 168). And review the list of transitional words and expressions (page 162-163) to help with structure and organization. FORMAT: (4 PARAGRAPHS) Introduction: Introduce your topic generally by presenting the issue and generating interest in the topic. Include a debatable thesis statement that clearly expresses the argument and position. Body: Include two body paragraphs. Each body paragraph should have a clearly identifiable topic sentence with a topic and a controlling idea. Support your arguments with precise details from required source materials. If you include direct quotations, use proper punctuation and do not count the words in the quotation marks. Include the source information (author, page or paragraph number) in the essay and a complete works cited list at the end. If you paraphrase a source, (write in your own words) you may count the words but do not forget to include the source (author, page or paragraph number) in the essay. Not providing 2 references to Avenues 2 Skills etext results in a loss of 10 points. You can also use convincing strategies such as acknowledging an opposing viewpoint, presenting long-term consequences, or appealing to your readers’ emotions. Include a concluding sentence for each body paragraph. Conclusion: Include a brief restatement of the thesis statement and of the 2 main arguments. End with an interesting statement, prediction, quotation, or recommendation. Required materials: Avenues 2 Skills etext, My eGrammar 2A, 2 outside sources (articles or websites in English), a dictionary, and the revision checklist. Include the necessary information for your sources in the works cited list (URL, author’s name, publication, etc.). College Guide to Fraud & Plagiarism on LÉA – required review before submitting essay: Plagiarism will result in a grade of zero, and a college sanction may be applied. *Remember that you should avoid using “I” (except if providing a personal anecdote as supporting detail), “You”, or “I think” in an argumentative essay. You are presenting an argument, not a fact or a personal opinion.
Chapter 5: CONSUMER CHOICES Whether we shop online or in stores, we are influenced and affected by marketing tricks and strategies. Some people wonder if our laws are strong enough to protect consumers who are faced with such manipulation. Is enough being done to protect consumers, or is it simply up to the consumer to protect and defend him or herself? Take a position on 1 specific issue which affects consumers. Develop a debateable thesis statement and support your position using a minimum of 2 articles and audio-visual material from Avenues 2 Skills etext and 2 outside sources.
Required Works Cited information FOR AVENUES 2 SKILLS ETEXT Gaetz, Lynne. AVENUES 2, English Skills, Second Edition. Pearson, 2017
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