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Composition II
Problem Solving Analysis Project
Value: 100
Deadline:

Goal:
For this assignment, you will be asked to write apresentation or essay on a topic found to be a problem. You will identify the issue, present at least two sides, and propose a logical explanation for this problem. The primary goal is to problem that is observable, similar to that we saw in the video.

Follow a Writing Process:
• Before writing, make use of invention techniques to begin identifying the issue in two texts
• Planning includes identifying positions, establishing main ideas (or topic sentences) for each part. support positions and your ideas with appropriate evidence, and creating ideas for the introduction and conclusion.
• Draft and revise as needed.

 

Method of Organization:
• Introduction of issue, sides, sources used, and your thesis/claim/position
• Summary of one side or position on an issue
• Summary of second side or position on an issue
• Multiple supporting details for your explanation.
• Concluding with a call to action

 

Requirements:
• 3 minutes minimum; 10 minutes maximum for the power point, or 2-3 pages.
• Cite sources within the presentation or paper.
• Works Cited page, slide, etc. with full bibliographic information for sources used.
• A minimum of two sources; these can be your previous observations and your current observations.

 

Introduction:
1. What is the problem being argued?
2. What are the opposing sides?
3. What solution are you proposing?
4. What is your thesis?

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Body part 1:
1. Summarize this side of the problem.
2. What are the major points of this side? Discuss 2 or 3 points.
3. Include support.

Body part 2:
1. Summarize this side of the problem.
2. What are the major point of this side? Discuss 2 or 3 points.
3. Include support.

Body part 3:
1. What are your thoughts/opinions on the topic?
2. What do you propose to fix the problem? Make sure you are compromising.
3. How do both side benefit from your solution?
4. What complications could there be in the future because of your solution?

Conclusion:
1. What problem did you attempt to solve?
2. How did you solve it?
3. End with something that keeps your audience thinking and/or a call to action.