You aregoing to write a well-organised paper with a strongly argumentative/persuasivethesis on one of the followingquestions:
1. Shouldthe minimum wage be raised?
2. Do socialmedia companies have a responsibility to restrict hateful speech on theirplatforms?
3. Doesartificial intelligence pose a threat to humanity?
4. Shouldthe government restrict automation to preserve jobs for human beings?
It does notmatter what position you take on the issue you’ve chosen, but you must take afirm position and defend it with a variety of relevant, cogent evidence.
The questions I have given you are very general. Youcan, and should, limit the scope of your paper to create a focused, coherentthesis.
Your paper should be around 1250 words, not shorterthan 1000 words, and not longer than 1500 words.
You must reference at least three different sourcesover the course of your paper, and successfully integrate these sources intoyour paper either by direct quotes or paraphrase. One of these sources must bescholarly (peer-reviewed). Proper APA citation format is required, and pleasekeep in mind that only properly documented sources with both in-textcitations and Reference Page entries – will count toward the required total ofsources.
Below Academic Standard
Meets Academic Standard
Above Academic Standard
– Introduction does not attempt to gain readers interest.
-Thesis is not clear; position cannot be understood or identified.
-Introduction somewhat successfully hooks readers interest.
-Thesis is general; a position is evident but main points not clearly outlined.
– Introduction successfully hooks readers interest.
-Thesis is clearly stated, clear position taken, main points clearly outlined.
-No clear distinction between paragraphs or main points.
-General statements abound, seriously interfering with concreteness of evidence.
-Main points off-topic, cannot be tied to thesis.
-Fewer than three pieces of evidence are used or properly documented.
-Some unwarranted overlap between main points, confusion between paragraphs.
-Main points rely on general statements more than is necessary.
-Main points drift into areas not directly related to thesis.
-Evidence is only barely sufficient to prove claim being made.
– Main points are distinct and tied to paragraph development.
-Main points are specific. General statements are avoided where possible.
-Main points are relevant, contain claims that will prove the thesis.
– Main points contain evidence that is diverse, specific, and sufficient to prove the claim being made.
-Conclusion absent, includes new information, not related to paper.
-Conclusion gives adequate summary of paper.
-Conclusion gives concise, adequate summary of paper, leaves reader with something to think about without adding new information.
Grammar and Style
-More than four major errors.
-Between two and four major errors.
-One major error.
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