Posted: March 30th, 2021
The essay you choose for Assignment 4a will form the basis for Assignment 4b. Therefore, it is very important that you submit Assignment 4a in week 22 of the Study Schedule, or earlier, so that you can include your tutor’s feedback while preparing Assignment 4b. This feedback will help you to improve your final draft for Assignment 4b. Access to the Assignment 4b dropbox will not be available until you receive your grade and feedback for Assignment 4a.
Please use this assignment dropbox to submit this assignment. Do not email your assignments; if you are unable to use the assignment dropbox, contact your tutor.
This is an open-book exercise with no time limit. We suggest that you review Units 6, 7, 8, and 9 before writing it, and use the appropriate Log Entries from Assignment 1 for help, if necessary.
This assignment is worth 25% of your course grade. The weighting of each part is indicated in the left-hand margin of the table below.
Remember to include a cover page with your assignment, including your name, student ID, the name of the course, the name of the assignment, and the date. Please also remember to number the pages of your assignment. Be certain to use a proper method for referencing, preferably MLA. Include a title page or header with your name, ID, course and assignment number, and date of submission
Choose one of the following six essays from Reader’s Choice, and complete questions 1 – 3 in the table below
“Anti-Gay Bullying” by Daniel Fricker and Lars Kushner, Chapter 9
(30) 1. Use one of the two active reading methods to read the essay for this assignment. Submit all your notes. For those steps usually done “in your head” (such as recite), note briefly what you did in the step. If you use a Reading Inventory, when you reach Rereading, only answer the first three questions listed in Reader’s Choice, page 41. State the author’s purpose and main idea.
Complete two outlines for a Critical Review essay (Log Entry 38) that you will write on the article that you have chosen. The first outline must provide a guideline for writing an accurate summary of the author’s argument(s). Log Entries 17, 18, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, and 33 will be particularly useful for completing the first part of the outline as you should identify the parts of the argument, assumptions, and the specific kind of argument that is presented.
The second outline will provide a guideline for writing a critical evaluation of the argument(s) in the article by applying the standards of evaluation you have learned in Part B of the course. The following Log Entries will be useful when developing your critical evaluation in this second part of the outline: 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, and 37 and 38. Note: Be certain to employ proper MLA referencing in each outline.
(40) 3. Using the proper essay format for a Critical Review essay (Log Entry 38) and the outline you completed in 2, complete a rough draft (approximately 1000-1250 words) of a critical review essay of the article that you have chosen. Although you will be producing a rough draft only at this stage, include proper referencing for any paraphrased material and direct quotations you use to ensure that you understand how to do this for Assignment 4b. This rough draft will form the basis for Assignment 4b, which is the polished final version of the draft you have produced here — do not submit your final essay for Assignment 4a. As a rough draft, it will require further review, revision, and editing before it is ready to submit as a polished final version. Since this is a rough draft, the General Grading Matrix will only be very loosely applied, and some errors are expected.
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