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  1. Essay #6 (Argumentation) 15% Minimum Length: 900 words https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/724/1/ Alternatively called “taking a position,” this is a assignment. You’re working with pure persuasion, and your goal is to convince your reader of the legitimacy of your point of view. How you do that can be accomplished in many different ways. If you like the Ancient Greeks’ approach, you’ll focus on pathos (emotion), logos (logic), and ethos (tone and overall impression you make). Instead of looking at how to persuade someone, sometimes it’s useful to think about how you would put together an utterly unconvincing piece of persuasive writing. Going about it that way can be fun — think about the big credibility destroyers out there. Here are just a few: bias, incorrect facts, outright lies, personal attacks, emotional rants and diatribes, complete disregard for the audience’s views and values, and random, Jackson Pollack-esque paint-splatter type of organization. It might even be fun to write something that fails miserably as a persuasive document. I hesitate to do so, though. What if it sticks and it’s all I can do? I feel the same kind of hesitation I feel when I think about imitating a thick Southern accent. What if my mouth and voice “stick” and it’s all I can do from now on? Scary! But, all rambling and ruminating aside, I think that the more we experiment with the argumentation essay and its form, the more we understand what’s at the heart of persuasion. Elements to include:ˆ
    • The rhetorical situation – what do you want you reader to do after reading your paper? What do you want them to think, do, act, or express?
    • Background and contexts — and mini-lit review if necessary
    • Main idea / primary thesis



  • Support for your idea — evidence paragraphs
  • Body paragraphs — each topic sentence ties to the primary thesis
  • The other side — accommodating other viewpoints
  • Statistics, examples, case studies, testimonials — let’s show how we can support everything we need to support
  • Conclusion … with thoughts, even if there are issues (pique curiosity — make your reader want to follow whatever you write)

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