Argument essay about suicide

This paper has to be 4 to 5 page. My topic is Suicide. In MLA style, explain what suicide is, the suicide rate in the United State, how it affects people, what society is doing to prevent it. Please also explain, why you are also against suicide, and how it impact on religion. Please go through the attached instruction.
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Hagemaster ENG 1270 Classical Argument Paper
Due Date: 19 April by the start of class (on Blackboard)
Peer Review: First Draft Due 12 April
Prompt:
The Classical Argument has been a model for writers who believe that their case can be argued plausibly and logically to an openended audience, which is a mode that is still used in academic writing today. Therefore, this assignment will be a research paper that
identifies a real-world issue that is present in a work in your textbook (short story or poem) that you did not write about in your
Counter/Narrative assignment and provide an arguable analysis of that issue. For example, if you are interested in the class
struggle between the British and the Irish as depicted in Joyce’s “Counterparts” or the nonchalant attitude towards murder and sexual
harassment in Orozco’s “Orientation,” you can research the specific story and the real-world issue that you identified in the story to
give readers an understanding of how fictive literature reflects real issues that we face in society.
Traditionally, the classical argument includes five main parts:
I.
Introduction (one paragraph): For the introductory paragraph, discuss which work in the textbook prompted your research
and why it motivated you to conduct this research. Use an emotional appeal, or pathos, to hook the reader as you discuss the
issue at large before getting into specifics about the text. This would also be the place to set up one of the theories or critical
approaches (queer theory, monster theory, new historicism, new criticism, etc.) that have been discussed in class to enhance
your interpretation of the short story and issue. *I suggest using queer theory if your issue has to do with romance, gender,
and sexuality; feminist criticism if your issue deals with gender inequality; monster theory if there are any kinds of
monstrous depictions in the story; Marxist criticism if your issue and story address class struggles; etc.
A. Your Thesis Statement (one sentence): A thesis statement is one sentence and will be the last sentence of your
introductory paragraph. In this case, it’s an arguable position on a controversial topic. (Example Thesis: Since various
people refuse to acknowledge the reality of sexual harassment towards women in most work environments, Orozco’s
inclusion of the narrator’s disregard for John LaFountaine’s “forbidden” visits to the women’s restroom reflects how most
instances of sexual harassment are often described as “harmless” even though they are fairly harmful to those being
harassed.)
II.
Background/History of the subject (one to two paragraphs): Trace the history of your controversy and bring the reader up
to date on where the issue stands today. Do this section in chronological order, briefly hitting major landmarks from the
beginning of the controversy until its current state. You should do basic research online (through our library databases) to get
this information. Direct quotations for basic history aren’t necessary, but any paraphrase or summary of sources MUST BE
CITED using the MLA format.
II.
Proofs (three paragraphs with evidence): Based on your research, you should have at least 3 thesis points (not including
the counterargument in your refutation) as your paragraph topics. Use complete topic sentences to label each proof and include
any quotes/paraphrases/summaries from your sources that you will cite as evidence. CITATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
A. Example:
A. Topic sentence about thesis point.
(1) Evidence, ideally paraphrased, cited in parentheses.
(2) Evidence, ideally paraphrased, cited in parentheses.
B. Topic sentence about thesis point.
(1) Etc.
II.
Refutation (one paragraph): While some elements of refutation should be covered in your Proofs, this paragraph will focus
on naming and refuting (disproving) any counterarguments that haven’t been addressed. The opposing view should already
appear as part of your thesis, but the refutation should give the specific attack(s) that the opposing view would make against
your thesis claim. *Do not merely contradict what you have said up to this point but show your readers that you have considered
other perspectives about the issue while demonstrating why your perspective is superior. (For example, even though it might
not be as common, female sexual harassment directed towards men in work environments might be more overlooked than
male sexual harassment directed towards women. However, traditional concepts of gender roles that both make it okay for men
to treat women however they want and assume that women aren’t capable of sexual aggression are the primary influences for
how victims of harassment are treated.)
III.
Conclusion: Discuss why your readers should heed your argument/why this topic is important to us all. As with your previous
assignments, connect the issue in the text to bigger picture and possibly provide suggestions for resolving the issue.
Formal Requirements:
1) 1,000-1,250 words (4-5 pages). Typed, double-spaced, 12-pt Times New Roman font, and 1-inch margins.
2) You may use the first person (I) when writing about a personal example or experience.
3) You may NOT use the second person (you, us, we, our).
4) This assignment requires that you use at least 6 credible sources to support your argument, which means that both a Works
Cited page and in-text citations need to be in proper MLA format.
Submitting your paper:
12 April – On the day of our peer review, you must submit a hardcopy of your first draft and bring a copy to be reviewed by a peer.
19 April – On the day that your final draft is due, you must submit your essay electronically via Blackboard before class.
Project Schedule
3/6-3/8 Classic Argument Conferences
-Bring a working research topic and any questions you have about this project.
3/22 – Annotated Bibliography Peer Review. First Draft Due.
3/29 – Annotated Bibliography Final Draft Due.
4/12 — Classical Argument Peer Review. First Draft Due.
4/19 — Classical Argument Final Draft Due.
Argument
Key Issue &
Evidence
Organization
PIE Structure &
Clarity
UNACCEPTABLE
(1)
POOR (2)
SATISFACTORY (3)
GOOD (4)
OUTSTANDING (5)
This essay does not
have a thesis
statement or a central
argument.
This essay does not
use any evidence to
support the claims.
The analysis of the
evidence is missing.
This essay has a
thesis statement that
is unclear, does not
make a defensible
claim, or does not
explore the issue.
This essay uses
evidence that is off
topic or inconsistent.
The analysis of the
evidence is
inconsistent or off
topic.
This essay has a
thesis statement that
addresses the
prompt, but lacks
detail or insights on
the issue.
This essay uses
evidence
consistently, but may
not be effective in
supporting the claims.
The analysis is
present, but is weak
is development.
This essay has a
thesis statement that
provides a clear, well
defined claim that
explores the issue.
This essay uses
evidence that is
supportive and
thoughtful.
The analysis is
consistent and
adequately
developed.
This essay has a
thesis statement that
is clear, insightful,
and demonstrates a
well-developed
argument.
This essay uses
highly effective
evidence that is
appropriate and
interesting.
The analysis is
developed and
insightful.
This essay fails to
address the prompt.
This essay is
unstructured and
difficult to read
because it fails to use
topic sentences and
to address the thesis
statement.
This essay addresses
the prompt
somewhat, but does
answer the questions
fully.
This essay is
somewhat structured,
but topic sentences
are ineffective
because they are off
topic or do not make
a specific point.
This essay addresses
the prompt, but is
unpolished or
unoriginal.
This essay is
adequately structured
through PIE
paragraphs, but topic
sentences are vague
and lack precision.
This essay addresses
the prompt in a
polished, thoughtful
manner but needs
some development.
This essay is well
structured through
PIE paragraphs.
Topic sentences are
clear and refer to the
thesis statement.
This essay addresses
the prompt in a
sophisticated and
original manner.
This essay is
polished and a
pleasure to read.
Paragraphs use PIE
structure, and topic
sentences are
specific and support
the thesis statement.
Presentation
Formatting &
Grammar:
Times New Roman
12 pt. font, one-inch
margins, page
number, and title.
This paper fails to
follow formatting
guidelines discussed
in class.
This essay displays
serious issues in
mechanics and style
that hinder the
reader’s
understanding.
This paper follows
some but not all of
the formatting
guidelines discussed
in class.
This essay has many
grammar mistakes or
poor word choice, but
is generally readable.
This paper follows
most of the formatting
guidelines.
This essay has some
grammar mistakes or
style issues, but
avoids serious errors.
This paper follows
most of the formatting
guidelines.
This essay has few or
no grammar mistakes
or style issues.
This essay follows all
of the formatting
guidelines.
This essay is
polished, clearly
developed, and
invites re-readings.

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