CM220 College Composition II


CM220 College Comp II

Purdue Global

Question Description


Child neglect has been a rampant in the community and needs to be solved through education and authoritative force as this will encourage raising children who are loved, morally straight, and avoid issues of abuse by someone in their households.

Using the thesis above, follow the rubric and complete the assignment below. Assignment is due no later than tomorrow Feb. 2nd @ 11:59pm.

Assignment details: In this unit’s Assignment, you will write a persuasive thesis statement related to the argument for change you have been developing in previous units and evaluate the effectiveness of that argument using the rhetorical situation and the rhetorical appeals. You will complete a worksheet for this Assignment.

In Part I, you will revise the provisional thesis statement that you generated in the previous unit’s Discussion and identify the underlying assumption. Make sure the thesis is concise (1–2 sentences) and clearly expresses a persuasive argument that offers a solution to a problem. For more on creating effective persuasive thesis statements, review the following PGWC resources:

In Part II, describe your purpose, audience, and setting. You will provide details about whom you need to convince to bring about change and explain the community you are writing about.

Finally, in Part III you will evaluate your argument based on the three rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos). For Part III, be sure to use complete sentences and offer specific examples. Aim for 5-7 sentences per section.

Use this Worksheet to complete the Assignment. If any references are made to sources, they should be cited in APA 6th edition style both in-text and on a separate references page

See the Purdue Global Writing Center Using Sources for further guidance on APA manuscript formatting and APA citation formatting.

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CM220 UNIT 4 ASSIGNMENT RUBRIC (50 points) Points Earned Points Possible Content - Part I Includes a one- or two-sentence logical, persuasive, community-based, and problem-solving thesis statement with a claim and reason 6 Correctly identifies the underlying assumption in that thesis 3 Content - Part II Identifies and explains the purpose and shows familiarity with the rhetorical situation 4 Identifies and explains the target audience for the argument and shows familiarity with the rhetorical situation 4 Identifies and explains the setting for the argument and shows familiarity with the rhetorical situation 4 Content - Part III Discusses how pathos will be used to shape the argument 5 Discusses how ethos will be used to shape the argument 5 Discusses how logos will be used to shape the argument 5 Provides specific examples to illustrate how the appeals will be used 6 Identifies a specific logical fallacy to avoid in the logos paragraph 2 Quality of Writing Responses in parts 1 and 2 are written in complete sentences 1 Paragraphs in part 3 are logically organized and well-developed 3 No major errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, or sentence structure 1 Writing is clear and concise 1 TOTAL: Comments: 50 *Plagiarism violates the Purdue Global Code of Conduct. Plagiarism will result in a “0” grade. ...
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