europe's great challenge ; Syrians immigration

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europe's great challenge ; Syrians immigration

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https://www.rand.org/blog/2018/04/europes-great-challenge-integrating-syrian-refugees.html

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34131911


write a 3-4 page persuasive position paper on one of the course topics, using at least 1 source from the class readings. This paper will include: an introduction that gives background information on the topic and has a thesis statement that takes a clear stand, points that are fully developed and provide evidence to support the thesis, the use of rhetorical appeals (logos, pathos, ethos, and kairos) to persuade, the use of appropriate language to support the persuasive genre, and a conclusion summarizes main points and reaffirms the strength of the argument (e.g. suggests a course of action, describes future implications, proposes a possible solution).

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[EAP 1851 UG POSITION PAPER 1] EAP 1851 Overview: Students will write a 3-4 page persuasive position paper on one of the course topics, using at least 1 source from the class readings. This paper will include: an introduction that gives background information on the topic and has a thesis statement that takes a clear stand, points that are fully developed and provide evidence to support the thesis, the use of rhetorical appeals (logos, pathos, ethos, and kairos) to persuade, the use of appropriate language to support the persuasive genre, and a conclusion summarizes main points and reaffirms the strength of the argument (e.g. suggests a course of action, describes future implications, proposes a possible solution). Student Learning Outcomes addressed: Learning Area Student Learning Outcome Learning Measurement Content knowledge Demonstrate content knowledge by answering questions about specific content (subject matter) from units studied and incorporate this knowledge when speaking or writing about the content topic. In-class work, homework, unit tests, critical thinking papers Writing Students will write a 3-4 page persuasive position paper on one of the course Position Paper 1 topics, using at least one source from the class readings. This paper will include: an introduction that gives background information on the topic and has a thesis statement that takes a clear stand, points that are fully developed and provide evidence to support the thesis, the use of rhetorical appeals (logos, pathos, ethos, and kairos) to persuade, the use of appropriate language to support the persuasive genre, and a conclusion summarizes main points and reaffirms the strength of the argument (e.g. suggests a course of action, describes future implications, proposes a possible solution). Language Use appropriate language to support rhetorical analysis, persuasion and argumentation in spoken and written communication. In-class work, rhetorical analysis, position papers, debate Demonstrate the ability to identify the features and language characteristics of persuasive and argumentative rhetorical thought patterns and be able to organize ideas in communication using these patterns. In-class work, rhetorical analysis, position papers, debate Rhetorical Thought Pattern Project Stages: • Individual conferences with instructor. • Final draft of paper due on Canvas. Topic: The position paper will reflect on a topic relevant to the course, specified by your instructor. In doing this paper, we will develop the writing skills needed to write a position paper and practice using the rhetoric necessary to successfully develop an argument. Students must get instructor approval for topics. University of South Florida ELP | 1 EAP 1851 [EAP 1851 UG POSITION PAPER 1] *All of the sources of information used for this paper should come from the sources used in class. Students are required to use at least 1 source to support their ideas. When information from a source is used, the student must state where the information came from and also include a list of the sources used at the end of the paper. Procedure: Step 1: Decide on a topic A. Consider the sources we have read in this class so far and decide which one you have the strongest opinions on. B. Re-read the source you select, being sure to take good notes of your reactions as you read. C. Decide whether you agree or disagree with the argument being made in the source. Step 2: Brainstorm and Outline A. “Free write” about your ideas on your topic. B. Now, look at your notes from the source. What specific parts of the text do you want to respond to? C. Create an outline to plan how you will arrange your argument. D. The outline should include the topic, the position, the main ideas – reasons for the position, and support for those ideas. Step 3: Write the Paper A. Write your paper. a. Make sure your introduction focuses on the topic and gives an overview of how you will address that topic. b. Do you give specific evidence selected to fit your particular argument rather than telling random facts? c. Have you found specific examples or statistics to prove your points rather than simply asserting them? d. Have you considered the other side of the issue? e. Are the sources of specific points acknowledged with references, even if paraphrased rather than quoted? f. Do you have a list of all the sources you used, not just the ones you quoted directly? g. Have you proofread, looking particularly for those mistakes that a spell-checker doesn't catch? Remember also that the best grammar checkers are right only 80% of the time. B. Meet with a tutor to review your paper. Be sure to bring your assignment guide and rubric with you. Step 4: Revise the Paper A. Meet with instructor to review your paper. B. Make revisions suggested by instructor. C. Meet with a tutor to review your changes. D. Submit to Canvas. 2 February, 2019 | University of South Florida ELP [EAP 1851 UG POSITION PAPER 1] EAP 1851 Assessment: The Position Paper Assignment is worth 20% of the final course grade. The instructor will use a rubric to evaluate the papers. Areas of evaluation will include application of course content, task-related skills, and language use. Papers will be evaluated on the following areas: First draft 50% Revision 50% Higher grades will go to papers that exhibit logical thinking, an analytical framework, specific evidence, the ability to inform and communicate, sound organization, and a concise and coherent argument. In this paper, the premium will go to those who are capable of making a persuasive argument. That argument must be backed up with specific factual information, not just based on your own impressions. You are expected to come to your own conclusion. University of South Florida ELP | 3 EAP 1851 [EAP 1851 UG POSITION PAPER 1] Name: Position Paper Rubric – 50% Task Related Skills – 60% Development/Critical Thinking Skills (25%) Date: Comments • Introduction gives background information on the topic and has a thesis statement that clearly represents a stance on the topic. • Points are fully developed and explained (even for an audience who may not already be familiar with the topic) and include enough “evidence” to support them. • Rhetorical appeals (logos, pathos, ethos, and kairos) are used when appropriate. • Conclusion summarizes main points and reaffirms the strength of the argument (e.g. suggests a course of action, describes future implications, proposes a possible solution). Excellent Good Satisfactory Needs (100-90%) (80-89%) (70-79%) Improvement (60-69%) 25 – 22.5 22 – 20 Research (15%) • • • • • 19.5 – 17.5 Your score 14.5 – 0 /25 Unsatisfactory (0-59%) Your score 8.5 – 0 /15 Unsatisfactory (0-59%) Your score 8.5 – 0 /15 17 – 15 Comments Paraphrases and quotations are accurate. Paraphrases and quotations clearly and logically support ideas. Reporting language is used consistently and effectively. Source attribution is present for all outside ideas (ex. intext citations, references to author, etc.). Reference List is complete (at least 1 source from textbook). Excellent (100-90%) Good (80-89%) Satisfactory (70-79%) Needs Improvement (60-69%) 15 – 13.5 13 – 12 Organization (15%) 11.5 – 10.5 10 – 9 • • • Unsatisfactory (0-59%) Comments Paper is easy to follow due to: ] o Transitions used with appropriate frequency and accuracy. o Appropriate organization based on assignment sheet/textbook. o Logical connections from one idea to the next and all ideas to the thesis. Excellent Good Satisfactory Needs (100-90%) (80-89%) (70-79%) Improvement (60-69%) 15 – 13.5 4 13 – 12 11.5 – 10.5 10 – 9 February, 2019 | University of South Florida ELP [EAP 1851 UG POSITION PAPER 1] EAP 1851 Format (5%) • • • • Comments Typed, 12 pt standard font, Double-spaced, 1 in. margins, no extra spaces. New paragraphs are indented, no extra spaces. Appropriate, attention-getting title. Nothing departing from standard format (no emoticons, extra “!!!”, etc.). Excellent (100-90%) Good (80-89%) Satisfactory (70-79%) Needs Improvement (60-69%) Unsatisfactory (0-59%) Your score 5 – 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 – 0 /5 Application of Course Content Knowledge – 20% of overall grade • Topic relates to the appropriate content unit, and has been Comments • approved by the instructor. Comprehension and application of material from class sources is apparent. Excellent (100-90%) Good (80-89%) Satisfactory (70-79%) Needs Improvement (60-69%) Unsatisfactory (0-59%) Your score 20 – 18 17.5 – 16 15.5 – 14 13.5 – 12 11.5 – 0 /20 Language Use – 20% of overall grade • • • Appropriate register is observed; language considers the rhetorical situation (relationship between text, writer, and audience). Grammar and spelling errors are infrequent and do not generally obscure the meaning of ideas being conveyed. Language use is consistent with the expectations of a university-level class. Comments Excellent (100-90%) Good (80-89%) Satisfactory (70-79%) Needs Improvement (60-69%) Unsatisfactory (0-59%) Your score 20 – 18 17.5 – 16 15.5 – 14 13.5 – 12 11.5 – 0 /20 Assignment Completion: 5 points will be deducted for every half page under the minimum assigned length. Summary of strengths and advice: Deduction (if any): Total Grade (sum of all right-hand columns, minus deduction): /100 University of South Florida ELP | 5 ...
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Europe's Great Challenge: Syrians Immigration (Outline)
A. Introduction
Thesis statement: Increased Syrian refugees immigration into different European countries
posses major challenges to the continent which include increased insecurity, economic
deterioration, and other negative social effects.
B. Increased insecurity
i.

Lack of proper screening before entry.

ii.

Terrorists likely to come into the continent.

iii.

General increase in crimes such as crime theft.

C. Economic deterioration.
i.

Increased rate of unemployment rates for low-skill workers.

ii.

Substantial public assistance.

iii.

Increased rate of inflation.

D. Negative social effects.
i.

Increased pressure on the available public facilities.

ii.

Discontent for a local population.

iii.

Social integration challenges.

E. Conclusion

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Europe's Great Challenge: Syrians Immigration
The current ongoing civil war in Syria traces its origin in 2011 when the citizens of the
country demanded better governance and representation following years of dictatorial rule. This
was compounded by the economic and political challenges that the country was facing at the
time. Like other neighboring countries, many thought the protest would come to a quick end like
in other countries. However, the Syrian conflict has continued to date, with many warring
factions emerging now and then. With time, the protest degenerated into a civil war affecting the
whole of the country. With war, humanitarian crises emerged leading to many citizens of Syria
freeing the country, with the majority of them headed to European countries. The significant
immigration of refugees from Syria into Eur...

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