I have a Value Claim paper due for my English 1B course that has to be 2,000 words, and 7-8 page min. in length. A Value claim paper argues a matter of moral, ethical, artistic, or other non-verifiable judgment. I have copied the information regarding the Value claim paper. It has to be in MLA format and needs a work cited page which can be included in the 7-8 pages. This is a college paper. I am willing to pay up to $100. My first paper which was a Policy Claim paper was about Vaccinations, and why children should be vaccinated. This Value Claim paper will be an addition to that paper which I have attached for you to get an idea. Final Policy Outline Claim .doc
English 1B: Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
Paper #2: Value Claim
• The Value Claim (20% of the course grade) calls for students to write a college
research paper which makes a moral, aesthetic, or philosophical claim in support of the
working thesis of Paper #1; in other words, the value claim will develop and support a
portion of the policy claim outline you made previously.
• The Value Claim should be approximately 2000 words (7 to 8 pages) in length, and
must be double- spaced and word-processed. MLA documentation style is the norm.
As with the policy outline, please submit a description of the audience with the value
• A value claim argues a matter of moral, ethical, artistic, or other non-verifiable
judgment. Be careful in choosing the diction of a value claim–avoid simplistic terms
like “good” and “bad”; rather, argue terms like “just” or “unjust,” “humane,” or
• Although this is a non-verifiable claim, Library-based information remains central.
As before, choose sources wisely: Make sure they are credible, relevant, authoritative,
• Further, in value claims, it is desirable to defend the claim with BOTH principles and
consequences: Consider not only moral and ethical principles, but effects of those
principles and of opposing principles.
• Papers will be evaluated on the quality of thesis and supporting argument; on proper
MLA-style integration of relevant, sufficient, and reliable support; and on the quality of
written expression, including format, style, mechanics, and grammar. These are the
same criteria on which the final paper will be graded.
• All advanced compositions involve unstated premises (AKA warrants)–be sure to
consider them carefully. For instance, some premises underlying “the death penalty is
unjust because it is inequitably applied” are
–the death penalty is currently a punishment for some crimes
–the death penalty is intended by its proponents to bring about justice
• Content crucial to the development of this paper is available on Moodle.
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