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Assignment 2: Editing Skills Practice 

How sharp are your editing skills? Read the paragraph and find the errors. Copy the paragraph and paste it into a Word document. Correct the errors by using the review feature in Word to identify the problem area and how you would fix the issue. Justify your corrections with a corresponding page number from the APA manual when appropriate. Submit your assignment to the M6: Assignment 2 Dropbox by Week 6, Day 7.

Review the following paragraph:

ACADEMIC ARGUMENT

superior range as an actor’ invites opposition.  Other positions can engage the point critically.” (Mauk, Metz).  Therefore as a academic essay is constructed, the student writer needs to find an arguable subject, needs to solidify their position on the topic, and define a strategy on which to convince the reader of the writer’s point of view.

6

Submitted on time and with proper file name.

5

Total:

35

Assignment 1: Discussion—An Official Language

Currently the United States does not have an official language. Citizen’s actions groups—US English and ProEnglish have been lobbying to have English declared as the official language of the United States since the time of John Adams.

Using the introduction and topic sentences writing skills, respond to the following:

* Should the United States declare English as the country’s official language? Support your position by citing at least two different sources.

* What are the advantages and disadvantages to having an official language?

* What could be a potential impact of having English as the official language on the non-English-speaking citizens?

Write your initial response in about 100–150 words. Apply APA standards to citation of  

Well, this should generate interesting ideas concerning the United States and the adoption of an official language.

Using the introduction and topic sentences writing skills, respond to the following:

* Should the United States declare English as the country’s official language? Support your position by citing at least two different sources.

* What are the advantages and disadvantages to having an official language?

* What could be a potential impact of having English as the official language on the non-English-speaking citizens?

By Week 6, Day 3, post your response to the appropriate Discussion Area. Through Week 6, Day 7, review and comment on at least two peers’ responses.

Grading Criteria and Rubric

Assignment 1 Grading Criteria

Maximum Points

Using the introduction and topic sentences writing skills, explained if the United States should declare English as the country’s official language. Provided two sources to justify the answer.

20

Described the advantages and disadvantages to having an official language.

8

Assignment 2: Editing Skills Practice 

How sharp are your editing skills? Read the paragraph and find the errors. Copy the paragraph and paste it into a Word document. Correct the errors by using the review feature in Word to identify the problem area and how you would fix the issue. Justify your corrections with a corresponding page number from the APA manual when appropriate. Submit your assignment to the M6: Assignment 2 Dropbox by Week 6, Day 7.

Review the following paragraph:

ACADEMIC ARGUMENT

At the heart of all academic writing is the concept of the academic argument.  Most of us don’t like to argue, so when the concept of an argument is raised, we think of parents and teenagers clashing over homework or husbands and wives quarrelling over money, we become uncomfortable and want to avoid this writing process.  An academic argument is not brawl, but it is instead an effort to persuade a reader through logic and reasoned thought to a writers’ point of view.  An academic argument is “an … attempt[s] to convince or persuade others through reason, logic, and evidence to do what the writer wants or believe as the writer wishes,” (Dialogues, p. 15)  At the core of the academic argument, is the idea that someone else might hold an opposing point of view.  Therefore facts are not arguable because there can be no disagreement about the information: George Washington was the first president of the United States or water freezes at a temperature of 32 degrees farenheit.  Since these are facts and there can be no debate on this information, this type of information is not a good basis for an academic essay.  Also, personal opinions based on preferences or tastes are not arguable.  A private perspective on a topic is subjective, an unverifiable judgement based on an individual’s reaction: Elvis is the greatest Singer of all time or reality shows are a waist of time.  Now these 2 opinions might be debated by others, but the other people’s opinions would still be rooted in there own personal tastes.  An academic argument takes a stand on an issue which is measured against principals fixed in broader cultural values and beliefs and therefore it provokes challenge and debate.  “‘I really liked the movie’ is not an argumentative stance.  It is a statement about a person’s tastes.  But the statement, ‘Johnny Depp’s portrayal of a wayward pirate illustrates his superior range as an actor’ invites opposition.  Other positions can engage the point critically.” (Mauk, Metz).  Therefore as a academic essay is constructed, the student writer needs to find an arguable subject, needs to solidify their position on the topic, and define a strategy on which to convince the reader of the writer’s point of view.

References:  Goshgarian, G., & Krueger, K. (2011). Dialogues: An Argument Rhetoric and Reader. Boston, MA: Longman.

Mauk, J., & Metz, J. (2013). The Composition of Everyday Life: A Guide to Writing. Boston, MA: Wadsworth.

Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M6_A2.doc.

By Week 6, Day 7, deliver your assignment to the M6: Assignment 2 Dropbox.

Assignment 2 Grading Criteria 

Maximum Points

Copied the article in a Word document.

5

Identified spelling and grammar errors and corrected.

15

Corrected problems with APA format.

4

Justified responses with corresponding page number from APA manual.

6

Submitted on time and with proper file name.

5

Total:

35

  

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