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Topic
The topic that has been selected is impact of science on society. This is a very important topic and this topic is likely to help the users to make sure that they identify the manner in which science makes influence on the way in which society is performing its day to day tasks as a result of impact of science.
An outline is a plan for organizing your paper. While many short essays can be written without a formal plan, a research paper of this length and complexity requires it.
You will have 2 options for completion: the Rogerian or the Classical Outline structure.
Because you likely do not have all of your sources yet, this is a preliminary plan. In either outline, your main arguments must be clear. You must find at least 1 piece of
literature to support each argument and identify 2 viewpoints opposed to your thesis.
In each outline, the required information is highlighted in yellow.
The rest of the outline will help you to stay focused and organized as you continue to add source information each week, but will not be due as an additional assignment.
Regardless of which you choose, you must also submit at least 5 scholarly sources in APA format. This is the same citation style used in the Annotated Bibliography. Include the 4 from that assignment, and add at least one more that youve found since then. See this Example Reference Page (Links to an external site.).
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· Option 1: The Rogerian Outline
This style of argumentation is covered in this weeks Rhetoric Video. Arguments that aim to compromise are best suited to this style. For more information, see What is a Rogerian Argument? (Links to an external site.) Fill in the Rogerian Outline using the linked document.
Paper by section
Draft due
I.
Introduction
Week 3
II.
Summary of Opposing Viewpoints
III. Statement of Understanding (Validation/Concession)
Week 4
IV. Your Viewpoints and Support/Evidence
V.
Benefits of your Viewpoint
Week 5
VI. Conclusion
Week 6
To select this option, please download this document and type your responses directly into the outline. Review the rubric to check your responses. Then upload your completed Outline through this submission link.
· Option 2: The Classical Outline
The Classical Outline uses Roman Numerals, numbers, and letters to help you organize your thoughts. Notes included in this document explain where to put your main ideas, examples, and analysis. While formulaic, it is also thorough, producing a well-organized, effective paper.
Paper by section
Draft due
I.
Introduction
Week 3
II.
Body 1 Arguments and Evidence
Week 4
III. Body 2 Arguments and Opposing Viewpoints
Week 5
VI. Conclusion
Week 6
To select this option, please download this document and type your responses directly into the outline. Review the rubric to check your responses. Then upload your completed Outline through this submission link.
https://writing.colostate.edu/guides/teaching/co300man/com5e1.cfm
Rubric
Outline Rubric
Outline
Rubric
Criteria
Ratings
Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning
OutcomeReasons/Main Ideas
20.0 to >18.2 pts
EXCELLENT – At least 3
relevant main ideas in complete sentences
18.2 to >16.4 pts
GOOD – At least 3
relevant main ideas present; 2 in complete sentences
16.4 to >14.6 pts
PROFICIENT – At least
3 relevant main ideas present, 1 in complete sentence.
14.6 to >12.8 pts
DEVELOPING – 2-3 main
topics present; none in complete sentences.
12.8 to >0 pts
INCOMPLETE – main
ideas not relevant, lacking substance, or not present
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning
OutcomeEvidence – researched direct
quotations or paraphrases
20.0 to >18.2 pts
At least 3 relevant
supporting pieces of evidence in complete sentences
18.2 to >16.4 pts
At least 3 relevant
pieces of evidence; 2 in complete sentences
16.4 to >14.6 pts
At least 3 relevant
pieces of evidence; 1 in complete sentence.
14.6 to >12.8 pts
3 pieces of evidence
present; none in complete sentences OR less than 3 pieces of evidence
given.
12.8 to >0 pts
Evidence irrelevant,
lacking substance, or not present
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning
OutcomeExplanation
20.0 to >18.2 pts
At least 3
explanations of evidence in complete sentences
18.2 to >16.4 pts
At least 3 relevant
explanations of evidence given; 2 in complete sentences
16.4 to >14.6 pts
At least 3 relevant
explanations of evidence given, 1 in complete sentence.
14.6 to >12.8 pts
3 explanations given;
none in complete sentences OR less than 3 explanations given.
12.8 to >0 pts
Explanantions
irrelevant, lacking substance, or not present
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning
OutcomeOpposing Viewpoints
20.0 to >18.2 pts
At least 2 opposing
Viewpoints in complete sentences with evidence OR explanation for both
18.2 to >16.4 pts
2 opposing viewpoints
in complete sentences with evidence OR explanation for either.
16.4 to >14.6 pts
1 opposing viewpoint
listed with evidence or explanantion OR 2 Opposing Viewpoints with no
evidence or explanation
14.6 to >12.8 pts
1 Opposing Viewpoint
with no evidence or explanation.
12.8 to >0 pts
Opposing viewpoint
irrelevant, lacking substance, or not present
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning
OutcomeReferences
20.0 to >18.2 pts
At least 5 academic
reference entries included in APA format.
18.2 to >16.4 pts
At least 5 academic
reference entries included mostly in APA format–minor errors.
16.4 to >14.6 pts
At least 5 academic
reference entries included; some in correct APA format–noticeable errors.
14.6 to >12.8 pts
At least 4 academic
references given; frequent errors in APA format OR fewer than 4 sources are
academic
12.8 to >0 pts
Fewer than 4 sources
given; References are mostly not academic; errors in APA format are
substantial or not attempted.
20.0 pts
Total Points: 100.0