Language Objective: I will conduct research, and create an outline and a Works Cited page for my argument paper.
1. Read your quarter 2 book for 10 minutes.
2. Reading Journal:
What is the tone of your book?
Is it sincere/distinctive?
3. Daily Dose of Grammar:
Correct the following sentence:
According to an article in the Salt Lake Tribune “temperatures have been at a record high this winter”.
4. Review: Argument Paper Assignment and Rubric.
5. If you haven't yet, check off your argument paper topic with Ms. Floch
6. Finish your research for your paper.
7. Use the links to your sources to create your Works Cited page.
See an example of a Works Cited page here.
Use easybib.com to help you create your citations.
Note: You still have to double-check that your citations contain all necessary information and are formatted correctly.
8. Once you have created your Works Cited page, create your outline for your paper. It should contain the following:
- Hook/Introduction: an interesting fact or quote from your research
- Body Paragraph 1-3: Evidence (quotes) from your research to support your claim (at least three quotes, one per paragraph).
- Rebuttal: Counter-arguments and how you are going to refute them.
- Conclusion: Restating of your claim/summary/call to action
9. Be ready to begin writing your paper next period.
- Reading Journal and Grammar
- Argument topic and research