Analysis Essay with Comparison and Contrast

Below are the guidelines for the assignment.

For Paper 2, select one of the three topics below. Select one of the two texts listed, and write an Analysis of that essay. Although your Analysis will focus primarily on the essay you select, you will also be required to read the other as your essay will have a Comparison and Contrast component (see below).

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  1. Immigration
    1. “There is No ‘Going Back’ – The U.S. Cannot Afford to Lose its Immigrants” by Katarina Wong
    2. “Trump Crackdown on illegal Immigration Succeeding – America Benefits” by Matt Gaetz
  2. National Student Debt
    1. “An Innovative Solution to Nation’s Student Debt Crisis” by Todd Young
    2. “Student Loan Forgiveness Would Be a Bailout for Elites” by Kevin Roberts
  3. Climate Change
    1. “Climate Change is Not Going to Kill Us” by Anthony Patrick O’Brien
    2. “We Need to Reduce Consumption to Slow Climate Change” by Nolan Perin

Review the Essay Guidelines below. Your assessment of the rough draft and the final draft will be determined by how well you met these guidelines. Further, other assessment criteria will be based on your application of concepts, terms, and skills covered in the lectures and assignments found in the relevant modules.

Structure:

  1. The paper will have a strong title. A strong title is original, creative, and provides a hint of the content or thesis.
  2. The paper will have an introduction that contains:
    1. A specific and concrete example to “hook” the reader. That can be a timely news account, an important fact, a personal anecdote–anything as long as it is specific and concrete and transitions well to the topic of the paper.
      • Bad introductions usually sound like this: Since the beginning of time… OR Recently in class we were discussing… OR Nowadays many people…
    2. Transition from the specific example above and provide a clear overview of the topic of the paper.
    3. End the introduction with a strong thesis statement. You have to have YOUR OWN position or opinion about the topic.
      • Do not list in your thesis and the different items that will make up your body paragraphs.
  3. All body paragraphs will have:
    1. A clear topic sentence with a useful transitional word or phrase.
    2. The required components of the assignment (analysis, comparison and contrast, etc.)
  4. The first several body paragraphs will discuss the elements below. You can discuss them in pairs or individually.
    1. Subject and Occasion
    2. Speaker and Audience
    3. Tone and Purpose
  5. The last two body paragraphs will introduce the second essay as a means to compare and contrast the elements of Subject, Occasion, Speaker, Audience, Tone, and Purpose.
    1. In one paragraph, explore the similarities and differences.
    2. In another paragraph, explore the strengths and weaknesses of both essays, focusing on three or more of the following: bias, figurative language, diction and connotation, assumptions, generalizations, euphemisms, and doublespeak.
  6. The paper will have a conclusion that closes by returning to the specific example from the introduction, the specific example that launched the entire essay.

Once you are done, you will have an introduction, at least five body paragraphs, and a conclusion.

Development of Body Paragraphs:

  1. Use the text(s) provided for textual evidence to support your ideas. Do not include researched information.
  2. The first six body paragraphs will consider
    1. Subject
    2. Occasion
    3. Audience
    4. Purpose
    5. Speaker
    6. Tone
  3. Last body paragraph will offer a comparison and contrast between the two texts.
    1. Identify similarities and difference using the above elements as points of comparison.
    2. Select 3 out of the 6 elements to compare and contrast.

Language:

  1. The style will be clear and direct (no wordiness or extra “fluff”).
  2. The sentences will vary in length.
  3. The paper will have minimal grammar errors.

MLA Formatting/Styling:

  1. The paper will be formatted in MLA, including
    1. One-inch margins
    2. Double-spacing (with no extra spaces between paragraphs; set Before and After to zero).
    3. 12-point Times New Roman font
    4. A heading with your name, the instructor’s name, the course, and the date, in day-month-year format (i.e., January 4, 2023 would be written 4 January 2023).
    5. A header ½ inch from the top of the page with your last name and the page number.
    6. A centered title.
    7. Paragraphs that are indented one tab (or ten spaces).
    8. Justify the paper left only—not both sides.
  2. The paper will be styled in MLA, including
    1. In-text citations
    2. Works Cited page

 

Other Details:

Paper 2 will be a minimum of four pages in length; this means a full four pages (and not three pages and most of page four full).

Paper 2 is worth 105 points

  • 15 of those points are from the rough draft
  • 90 of those points are from the final draft

The rough draft will be graded based on length and quality. If it is shorter than the minimum, it will lose points accordingly. Though your instructor will comment briefly on the draft, you are strongly encouraged to use the tutoring resources available to you to help you revise your rough draft.Below are the guidelines for the assignment.

For Paper 2, select one of the three topics below. Select one of the two texts listed, and write an Analysis of that essay. Although your Analysis will focus primarily on the essay you select, you will also be required to read the other as your essay will have a Comparison and Contrast component (see below).

  1. Immigration
    1. “There is No ‘Going Back’ – The U.S. Cannot Afford to Lose its Immigrants” by Katarina Wong
    2. “Trump Crackdown on illegal Immigration Succeeding – America Benefits” by Matt Gaetz
  2. National Student Debt
    1. “An Innovative Solution to Nation’s Student Debt Crisis” by Todd Young
    2. “Student Loan Forgiveness Would Be a Bailout for Elites” by Kevin Roberts
  3. Climate Change
    1. “Climate Change is Not Going to Kill Us” by Anthony Patrick O’Brien
    2. “We Need to Reduce Consumption to Slow Climate Change” by Nolan Perin

Review the Essay Guidelines below. Your assessment of the rough draft and the final draft will be determined by how well you met these guidelines. Further, other assessment criteria will be based on your application of concepts, terms, and skills covered in the lectures and assignments found in the relevant modules.

Structure:

  1. The paper will have a strong title. A strong title is original, creative, and provides a hint of the content or thesis.
  2. The paper will have an introduction that contains:
    1. A specific and concrete example to “hook” the reader. That can be a timely news account, an important fact, a personal anecdote–anything as long as it is specific and concrete and transitions well to the topic of the paper.
      • Bad introductions usually sound like this: Since the beginning of time… OR Recently in class we were discussing… OR Nowadays many people…
    2. Transition from the specific example above and provide a clear overview of the topic of the paper.
    3. End the introduction with a strong thesis statement. You have to have YOUR OWN position or opinion about the topic.
      • Do not list in your thesis and the different items that will make up your body paragraphs.
  3. All body paragraphs will have:
    1. A clear topic sentence with a useful transitional word or phrase.
    2. The required components of the assignment (analysis, comparison and contrast, etc.)
  4. The first several body paragraphs will discuss the elements below. You can discuss them in pairs or individually.
    1. Subject and Occasion
    2. Speaker and Audience
    3. Tone and Purpose
  5. The last two body paragraphs will introduce the second essay as a means to compare and contrast the elements of Subject, Occasion, Speaker, Audience, Tone, and Purpose.
    1. In one paragraph, explore the similarities and differences.
    2. In another paragraph, explore the strengths and weaknesses of both essays, focusing on three or more of the following: bias, figurative language, diction and connotation, assumptions, generalizations, euphemisms, and doublespeak.
  6. The paper will have a conclusion that closes by returning to the specific example from the introduction, the specific example that launched the entire essay.

Once you are done, you will have an introduction, at least five body paragraphs, and a conclusion.

Development of Body Paragraphs:

  1. Use the text(s) provided for textual evidence to support your ideas. Do not include researched information.
  2. The first six body paragraphs will consider
    1. Subject
    2. Occasion
    3. Audience
    4. Purpose
    5. Speaker
    6. Tone
  3. Last body paragraph will offer a comparison and contrast between the two texts.
    1. Identify similarities and difference using the above elements as points of comparison.
    2. Select 3 out of the 6 elements to compare and contrast.

Language:

  1. The style will be clear and direct (no wordiness or extra “fluff”).
  2. The sentences will vary in length.
  3. The paper will have minimal grammar errors.

MLA Formatting/Styling:

  1. The paper will be formatted in MLA, including
    1. One-inch margins
    2. Double-spacing (with no extra spaces between paragraphs; set Before and After to zero).
    3. 12-point Times New Roman font
    4. A heading with your name, the instructor’s name, the course, and the date, in day-month-year format (i.e., January 4, 2023 would be written 4 January 2023).
    5. A header ½ inch from the top of the page with your last name and the page number.
    6. A centered title.
    7. Paragraphs that are indented one tab (or ten spaces).
    8. Justify the paper left only—not both sides.
  2. The paper will be styled in MLA, including
    1. In-text citations
    2. Works Cited page

 

Other Details:

Paper 2 will be a minimum of four pages in length; this means a full four pages (and not three pages and most of page four full).

Paper 2 is worth 105 points

  • 15 of those points are from the rough draft
  • 90 of those points are from the final draft

The rough draft will be graded based on length and quality. If it is shorter than the minimum, it will lose points accordingly. Though your instructor will comment briefly on the draft, you are strongly encouraged to use the tutoring resources available to you to help you revise your rough draft.

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