Research Argument Essay
Background: Writing a research argument essay required you to examine scholarship in the world. Writing an ethnography and present it required you to investigate the larger culture of research in academia. Now, you have the chance to write a research argument essay that expands upon the reading and writing you have already done.
Prompt: Make an argument to an instructor about what it takes to successfully transition from critical thinking to cross-cultural critical thinking (See GELO 3, 4 & 5). Connect the dots and include some of the ideas of the critical thinkers you have discovered this semester, your interview transcripts, your peer’s work and presentations and the book chapters you read this semester.
follow the outline I uploaded below
- Meet the 1,000-word requirement (250-word for the first draft and 750- for the final (not including the works cited). You will need to cite your sources in the text and include a reference list at the end of your essay.
- Follow APA formatting rules. Type the essay in Times New Roman, 12-point font with 1” page margins.
- Be clear and logical, and make sure that your paper is well organized.
- Proofread and revise carefully before you submit the final paper: this should be a polished piece of writing, and it will be graded as such.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to
- locate and evaluate sources, through library research, and integrate research through appropriate citation and quotation;
- present effective arguments that use a full range of legitimate rhetorical and logical strategies to articulate and explain their positions on complex issues in dialogue with other points of view;
- locate, interpret, evaluate, and synthesize evidence in a comprehensive way in support of one’s ideas;
- identify and critically evaluate the assumptions in and the context of an argument;
- distinguish and convey inductive and deductive patterns as appropriate, sequencing arguments and evidence logically to draw valid conclusions and articulate related outcomes (implications and consequences).