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English Composition Homework College Level


1) Post your MLA Outline (be sure to follow the structure provided in Module 4).

2) State your initial point of view.  Then write the other side of the story.  What does the other side believe?

Write at least one full paragraph.

3) Think about the research paper you have just written:

1.       What did you do?

2.       Why did you select this topic?


3.       What did you learn?


Insinstructions for research paper 

Final Research Paper:

Students will complete one 8-10 research paper. The research paper must include an MLA outline and MLA Works Cited Page.

The structure of your reseach paper will be similar to the one in the previous module, but be sure that you incorporate the opposite side of the argument.

Sample Structure:

I.          Your Perspective (Essay 3)

o   Explain your position on the issue and what points support your stance.  Be  sure to incorporate secondary sources from the MDC Database.

II.          The Other Perspective

o   Consider the other side of the issue and what are the counter-points.  Also, be sure to incorporate secondary sources from the MDC Database.

III.          Rebuttal

o   This is where you directly address the counter-points from the other persective.

IV.          Your Final Conclusion

o   Your final conclusion is the place where you make your final point.  Be sure to revisit your introduction here and give a final, powerful thought.


·        The most important thing is that you fully use you analytical skills in using the appropriate rhetorical structure. 

·        I will be looking to see how well you appeal to your audience and how well you stress the logical and emotional aspects of your association with the person/place.  Also, I will be looking for the use of opening and concluding strategies.

·        The style will be formal, and I want to see how well you can utilize the standards of American Edited English.

·        I will be looking to see how well you incorporate cause and effect and comparison into your essay.

·        I will focus on the quality of your introduction.

·        I am not looking for grammatical perfection, but the essay must be readable and free of mechanical errors that distract your reader.


·        All these criteria will be considered in light of the Gordon Rule Rubric.


AttAttached is the essay I made from which this paper has to be further developed. Please correct any errors.



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