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English 1A Parker Project #3: Tradition! We live in a consumer culture, but we are also cultural producers. After reading Chapter 4, “Romance,” you will create your own romantic tradition. This is a proposal argument, so keep in mind that you need to provide evidence that there is a problem and explain why your new solution will solve that problem. You will also need to prove that your new tradition is better that the alternatives that are already in place, while addressing the rhetorical appeals in your own argument. Requirements Your project will consist of three components: 1) The Tradition Project—this is the new tradition that you invent. 2) A 7-9 page research paper. 3) A ten-minute Presentation for the class. You will need to explain your choices to the class and address questions. Structure: In this essay, you will be writing in classical argument format, which we will be discussing in class. You must use library research to support your argument, and you must also include at least two sources that present views that differ from the opinion in your thesis statement. As with any good classical argument, your essay should include the following: • Introduction - Presents and describes a problem that needs solving, giving it presence - Gives background including previous attempts to solve the problem - Argues the problem is solvable (optional) • Presentation of the proposed solution - States the solution succinctly - Explains the specifics of the solution • Justification - Persuades readers that the proposal should be implemented - Presents and develops Reasons 1, 2, and so forth • Summary and rebuttal of opposing views/alternative solutions (at least two sources) - Presents opposing views - Rebuts opposing views OR - Presents alternative solutions - Explains why alternative solutions are inferior • Conclusion - Asks readers to act (sometimes incorporated into the last sentences of the final supporting reason) KEEP IN MIND: • Your final grade will include the Project, the Research Paper, and the Presentation. • Remember that this is a research project. You will need to do library research to present background information, to justify how this project is a cultural text, to provide evidence that there is a current problem, and to show how your tradition is a solution to this problem. You must use at least six library sources in your paper with proper intext citations. Goals • Identify the kind of ideological work a text undertakes and how it serves to persuade readers to accept a particular account of an issue as accurate and effective. • Propose, plan, and undertake research projects that involve a number of writing activities that build toward a final project that meets audiences’ needs. -1- English 1A Parker 2 Sample Assignments 1. Write your own dating guide Not satisfied with The Rules and Cosmo when it comes to dating advice? Make your own guide to finding love in today’s topsy-turvy world. On the other hand, you could create a guide that satirizes others and provides good ways to avoid romance. 2. Make a romantic music playlist with annotations Sometimes there’s nothing that communicates an idea better than the right song. You could create a playlist to represent a feeling or to celebrate a certain romantic (or unromantic) event. For each track, write a paragraph about why you chose the song and what it means in the context of the entire romantic (or anti-romantic) playlist as a whole. 3. Write “Romance For Dummies” book Are you tired of all the people who are clueless about love and romance? Maybe it’s time you wrote a book for them. It could be a guide on how to find love at college, how to avoid bad dates, or how to get along with your current partner. The guide could be straightforward or sarcastic depending on your personal style. 4. Make your own romantic calendar Tired of calendars filled with negative gender stereotypes? Maybe it’s time you made one full of PCC’s twelve students with the best romantic advice, its twelve most romantic locations, or perhaps you could create a calendar highlighting how your views on romance have changed over the past year. The calendar could work as a self-portrait or as a promotional tool for a romantic endeavor. 5. Design Your Own Dating App Are you disgusted with the Tinder, Grinder, and Bumble? Do you have a better way to connect with (or repel) others? Design your own dating (or anti-dating) app that will start a communication revolution! 6. Create a romantic graphic novel Think you’ve got a comic book idea that’s more romantic than Superman’s undying love for Lois Lane? It is time to get drawing and prove it! Your comic book could be a romantic/superhero parody, a personal story, or another romantic tale you think would be best told as a comic. 7. Make a romantic recipe book Has your typical college diet got you down? It is time to create those recipes that encourage love and connection with others. In addition to each recipe, think about the memories associated with each and how the food reflects on your personal romantic traditions and your expectations for others. 8. Design a romantic piece of clothing/jewelry Tired of wearing the same white t-shirt every day? Maybe you should make a new piece of clothing that makes an argument for or against traditional romantic conventions. 9. Create a parody of an existing magazine on love and romance Now that you’re in college, it’s probably time to stop reading Seventeen, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to make fun of it. Think about creating a short version parodying a magazine of your choice with a fake cover and a few satirical articles on romance. 10. Create a romantic holiday Is there an event or a cause (for or against romance/dating/marriage/singlehood, etc.) that you feel deserves to be celebrated nationally? Create a romantic holiday that desperately needs to be celebrated. There SHOULD be a Festivus for the rest of us— or a Valentine’s for your galentines . . . or palentines! 11. Design your own religion or cult Are you looking for something in which to believe? Do you have a charismatic personality that is just waiting to be discovered? Are you a people person? Perhaps it is time to design your own religion or cult and get more people on board with your ideas— especially as they relate to romance and romantic relationships. 12. Anything else you can think of . . . Do you have a talent that the above ideas don’t take into account? Maybe you’d like to express yourself with a killer song on your pan-flute or a stand-up routine that is the solution to all of our romantic problems. The possibilities are endless (just come talk to me before you turn in macaroni glued to a Kleenex and try to call yourself an abstract artist). Proposal Argument Rubric Writer _____________________________________ Evaluator __________________________________ Criteria Rating – Well Done Rating – Needs Work Rating – Not Done Points Possible Introduction introduces the topic (your new romantic tradition) of the paper. Introduction ends with a thesis statement (one sentence) that uses some form of the word “should” Body Paragraphs are developed around specific claims + supporting evidence that the author presents, and these support the thesis statement A clear and well-researched opposing side and rebuttal to the opinion in the thesis statement is presented in at least one paragraph Evidence (direct quotes, summary, and paraphrase) from the research is used to support the thesis statement Conclusion presents an overall assessment of the argument’s strengths in weaknesses and presents a “call to action “for the reader” Paper contains at least 6 credible and persuasive sources with correct in-text citations and Works Cited Page Paper meets assignment length requirements: 7-9 pages (1750-2250 words) of typed text, doublespaced with 1” margins in 12 pt Times font Essay is free from mechanical and grammatical errors, ideas are clearly expressed, conforms to MLA rules for formatting and citation of sources Writer participated in all steps of the writing process (outline, peer editing, revision, final revised draft). Revision on the peer reviewed rough draft is significant and evident; it goes beyond surface editing, handling main ideas and other major aspects of the writing beyond grammar/mechanics. 5-4 3 2-0 5 10-8 7 6-0 10 20-16 15-14 13-0 20 5-4 3 2-0 5 15-13 12-11 10-0 15 5-4 3 2-0 5 15-13 12-11 10-0 15 10 5 0 10 5-4 3 2-0 5 10 5 0 10 A = 100-90 Demonstrates superior writing ability. The essay is distinguished by its fully and effectively developed content and by its rhetorical sophistication. Comments: B = 89-80 C = 79-70 D = 69--61 F = 60-0 Demonstrates strong writing ability. The essay may be less thoughtful or less polished than the “A” essay, but it will be solid in content and development and will employ an effective style. It is clearly a “passing” essay. Demonstrates adequate collegelevel writing ability. The essay’s content, structure, and style indicates that the writer is ready for English 1A. Language weaknesses do not significantly limit the writer’s ability to develop and communicate ideas. Reflects inadequate college-level writing. The essay is marked by significant weaknesses in content, development, or expression, indicating that the writer is not yet prepared to handle English 1A. Language weaknesses interfere with the writer’s ability to develop and communicate ideas clearly and effectively. Represents very weak writing. This essay has a combination of weaknesses in development and expression that severely limit the writer’s ability to develop and communicate ideas. It is clearly not a “passing” essay. Score FINAL SCORE (out of 100) GRADE English 1A Parker Project #3: Tradition! We live in a consumer culture, but we are also cultural producers. After reading Chapter 4, “Romance,” you will create your own romantic tradition. This is a proposal argument, so keep in mind that you need to provide evidence that there is a problem and explain why your new solution will solve that problem. You will also need to prove that your new tradition is better that the alternatives that are already in place, while addressing the rhetorical appeals in your own argument. Requirements Your project will consist of three components: 1) The Tradition Project—this is the new tradition that you invent. 2) A 7-9 page research paper. 3) A ten-minute Presentation for the class. You will need to explain your choices to the class and address questions. Structure: In this essay, you will be writing in classical argument format, which we will be discussing in class. You must use library research to support your argument, and you must also include at least two sources that present views that differ from the opinion in your thesis statement. As with any good classical argument, your essay should include the following: • Introduction - Presents and describes a problem that needs solving, giving it presence - Gives background including previous attempts to solve the problem - Argues the problem is solvable (optional) • Presentation of the proposed solution - States the solution succinctly - Explains the specifics of the solution • Justification - Persuades readers that the proposal should be implemented - Presents and develops Reasons 1, 2, and so forth • Summary and rebuttal of opposing views/alternative solutions (at least two sources) - Presents opposing views - Rebuts opposing views OR - Presents alternative solutions - Explains why alternative solutions are inferior • Conclusion - Asks readers to act (sometimes incorporated into the last sentences of the final supporting reason) KEEP IN MIND: • Your final grade will include the Project, the Research Paper, and the Presentation. • Remember that this is a research project. You will need to do library research to present background information, to justify how this project is a cultural text, to provide evidence that there is a current problem, and to show how your tradition is a solution to this problem. You must use at least six library sources in your paper with proper intext citations. Goals • Identify the kind of ideological work a text undertakes and how it serves to persuade readers to accept a particular account of an issue as accurate and effective. • Propose, plan, and undertake research projects that involve a number of writing activities that build toward a final project that meets audiences’ needs. -1- English 1A Parker 2 Sample Assignments 1. Write your own dating guide Not satisfied with The Rules and Cosmo when it comes to dating advice? Make your own guide to finding love in today’s topsy-turvy world. On the other hand, you could create a guide that satirizes others and provides good ways to avoid romance. 2. Make a romantic music playlist with annotations Sometimes there’s nothing that communicates an idea better than the right song. You could create a playlist to represent a feeling or to celebrate a certain romantic (or unromantic) event. For each track, write a paragraph about why you chose the song and what it means in the context of the entire romantic (or anti-romantic) playlist as a whole. 3. Write “Romance For Dummies” book Are you tired of all the people who are clueless about love and romance? Maybe it’s time you wrote a book for them. It could be a guide on how to find love at college, how to avoid bad dates, or how to get along with your current partner. The guide could be straightforward or sarcastic depending on your personal style. 4. Make your own romantic calendar Tired of calendars filled with negative gender stereotypes? Maybe it’s time you made one full of PCC’s twelve students with the best romantic advice, its twelve most romantic locations, or perhaps you could create a calendar highlighting how your views on romance have changed over the past year. The calendar could work as a self-portrait or as a promotional tool for a romantic endeavor. 5. Design Your Own Dating App Are you disgusted with the Tinder, Grinder, and Bumble? Do you have a better way to connect with (or repel) others? Design your own dating (or anti-dating) app that will start a communication revolution! 6. Create a romantic graphic novel Think you’ve got a comic book idea that’s more romantic than Superman’s undying love for Lois Lane? It is time to get drawing and prove it! Your comic book could be a romantic/superhero parody, a personal story, or another romantic tale you think would be best told as a comic. 7. Make a romantic recipe book Has your typical college diet got you down? It is time to create those recipes that encourage love and connection with others. In addition to each recipe, think about the memories associated with each and how the food reflects on your personal romantic traditions and your expectations for others. 8. Design a romantic piece of clothing/jewelry Tired of wearing the same white t-shirt every day? Maybe you should make a new piece of clothing that makes an argument for or against traditional romantic conventions. 9. Create a parody of an existing magazine on love and romance Now that you’re in college, it’s probably time to stop reading Seventeen, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to make fun of it. Think about creating a short version parodying a magazine of your choice with a fake cover and a few satirical articles on romance. 10. Create a romantic holiday Is there an event or a cause (for or against romance/dating/marriage/singlehood, etc.) that you feel deserves to be celebrated nationally? Create a romantic holiday that desperately needs to be celebrated. There SHOULD be a Festivus for the rest of us— or a Valentine’s for your galentines . . . or palentines! 11. Design your own religion or cult Are you looking for something in which to believe? Do you have a charismatic personality that is just waiting to be discovered? Are you a people person? Perhaps it is time to design your own religion or cult and get more people on board with your ideas— especially as they relate to romance and romantic relationships. 12. Anything else you can think of . . . Do you have a talent that the above ideas don’t take into account? Maybe you’d like to express yourself with a killer song on your pan-flute or a stand-up routine that is the solution to all of our romantic problems. The possibilities are endless (just come talk to me before you turn in macaroni glued to a Kleenex and try to call yourself an abstract artist). Proposal Argument Rubric Writer _____________________________________ Evaluator __________________________________ Criteria Rating – Well Done Rating – Needs Work Rating – Not Done Points Possible Introduction introduces the topic (your new romantic tradition) of the paper. Introduction ends with a thesis statement (one sentence) that uses some form of the word “should” Body Paragraphs are developed around specific claims + supporting evidence that the author presents, and these support the thesis statement A clear and well-researched opposing side and rebuttal to the opinion in the thesis statement is presented in at least one paragraph Evidence (direct quotes, summary, and paraphrase) from the research is used to support the thesis statement Conclusion presents an overall assessment of the argument’s strengths in weaknesses and presents a “call to action “for the reader” Paper contains at least 6 credible and persuasive sources with correct in-text citations and Works Cited Page Paper meets assignment length requirements: 7-9 pages (1750-2250 words) of typed text, doublespaced with 1” margins in 12 pt Times font Essay is free from mechanical and grammatical errors, ideas are clearly expressed, conforms to MLA rules for formatting and citation of sources Writer participated in all steps of the writing process (outline, peer editing, revision, final revised draft). Revision on the peer reviewed rough draft is significant and evident; it goes beyond surface editing, handling main ideas and other major aspects of the writing beyond grammar/mechanics. 5-4 3 2-0 5 10-8 7 6-0 10 20-16 15-14 13-0 20 5-4 3 2-0 5 15-13 12-11 10-0 15 5-4 3 2-0 5 15-13 12-11 10-0 15 10 5 0 10 5-4 3 2-0 5 10 5 0 10 A = 100-90 Demonstrates superior writing ability. The essay is distinguished by its fully and effectively developed content and by its rhetorical sophistication. Comments: B = 89-80 C = 79-70 D = 69--61 F = 60-0 Demonstrates strong writing ability. The essay may be less thoughtful or less polished than the “A” essay, but it will be solid in content and development and will employ an effective style. It is clearly a “passing” essay. Demonstrates adequate collegelevel writing ability. The essay’s content, structure, and style indicates that the writer is ready for English 1A. Language weaknesses do not significantly limit the writer’s ability to develop and communicate ideas. Reflects inadequate college-level writing. The essay is marked by significant weaknesses in content, development, or expression, indicating that the writer is not yet prepared to handle English 1A. Language weaknesses interfere with the writer’s ability to develop and communicate ideas clearly and effectively. Represents very weak writing. This essay has a combination of weaknesses in development and expression that severely limit the writer’s ability to develop and communicate ideas. It is clearly not a “passing” essay. Score FINAL SCORE (out of 100) GRADE
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English Research Paper

How to Forget an Ex after a Breakup and the Solution
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English Research Paper................................................................................................................................. 3
How to Forget an Ex after a Breakup and the Solution ................................................................................ 3
Presentation of the Proposed Solution .......................................................................................................... 4
Justification ................................................................................................................................................... 5
Summary and Rebuttal of Opposing Views/Alternative Solutions............................................................... 7
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English Research Paper
How to Forget an Ex after a Breakup and the Solution
Introduction
In world history, many people experience multiple challenges in relation to building
long-lasting relationships. Most relationships tend to experience breakups, which is never a
comfortable experience. This kind of experiences always leaves us with pain, loneliness,

heartbreaks, depression, and in most cases, most people find it hard to cope. It has never been a
smooth experience ending up a connection. Throughout history, an increase in cases of suicide
has spread in relation to breakups. Hence, most people are left with rhetoric questions of how to
get over a breakup and stop from spiraling into depression or suicide. There have been previous
attempts by most people to solve this issue of breakup (Sas & Whittaker, 2013). Getting over
someone whom you have shared intimacy can be challenging, and most times, it leaves many
people broken after the breakup.
Due to the increase in breakups, it is significant. Therefore, it is an issue that is worth
solving. Psychologists have tried to address this issue a countless number of times with others
becoming successful in the process. During the period of a breakup, most people according to
psychologists and therapists is that most people experience mental anxiety, stress, and depression
that can lead to death out of suicide (Purwoko & Fitriyah, 2018). However, there is still hope for
one to forget his/her ex after a breakup and come out stronger than before, but it i...


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