Faith a Pathway to Discipline. Faith a Pathway to Discipline.
Essay 4 for ENG 130
Essay 4: Developing an Argument
Due: 11:59 PM EST Sunday of Unit 4.
Length and format: 2-3 pages. The title page and reference page are also required, but they should not be factored into the 2-3 page length of the essay. It should also be double spaced, written in Times New Roman, and 12 font. Essay should conform to APA formatting and citation style.
Sometimes there is a disconnect between what words are spoken or written in a story and the meaning behind those words. Both “Salvation” and “The Five Glorious Mysteries” focus on the power of faith and conformity. The words and actions spoken in both stories do not actually always add up to what is really going on in the stories. What do you consider to be the link between faith and conformity? How does each story express that link?
The requirements for Essay 4 are:
- Compare and contrast the treatment of faith and conformity in both
- Select one example from each
- Compare and contrast those
- Form an argument about the relationship between faith and conformity in both
- Develop topics that act to prove your
- Support your argument with specific textual
- Include an APA title
- Use the objective voice, avoiding personal pronouns such as “I,” “you,” “we,”
- Use APA format for in-text citations and References when using outside sources and textual
Students: Be sure to read the criteria, by which your paper/project will be evaluated, before you write, and again after you write.
|Meets Assignment Requirements||Few assignment requirements are met.||Some assignment requirements are met.||Most assignment requirements are met.||Many to all assignment requirements are fully met.|
|Thesis Statement (Controlling Idea)||Thesis is confusing, vague or unclear. Thesis is loosely related to the paper or not present.||Thesis is attempted with little relation to the overall topic. Some supporting details missing.||Thesis is present and relates to the majority of the paper.||Thesis is organized and focused on the paper. It includes all main points and uses active voice to state the position.|
|Introduction||Background details are a random collection of information, unclear, or not related to the topic. There may be no clear introduction and background details.||Introduction attempted explains the background, but may lack detail.||Introduction explains the background, including an overview of the essay’s main points.||Introduction uses interesting anecdotes, questions, or other information to build interest.
Many to all main points are logically related and developed.
|Conclusion||Conclusion is unclear or only loosely related to content. May not summarize main points.||Conclusion is recognizable and re-states the thesis and main points.||Conclusion is clear and flows from the body of the paper and the thesis statement.
Effectively re- states thesis and main points and may move toward potential, related concepts.
|Conclusion is effective, clear, and organized. Draws information presented in the body and presents a new perspective, or potential solutions to the problems being discussed.|
|Organization, Structure, and Transitions||Many details are not in a logical or expected order. The writing is weak or inconsistent. Transitions between sentences or paragraphs may be missing or unclear.||Writing may have some discernable organization, but may lack transitions between sentences or paragraphs. Some details are not in a logical or expected order.||Writing is organized. Details are placed in a logical order, and some transitions are present at both sentence and paragraph levels.||Writing is effective, purposeful, and well-organized. Main points are covered in detail. Many to all transitions are designed to move the paper forward from thesis to conclusion.|
|Content, Argument, and Purpose||The argument is not presented in the essay or no concrete evidence is offered to support the argument.||The argument is presented in the essay but is not clear in all areas.||The argument is presented clearly in the essay with some information to support it.||The argument in the essay is clear, organized, and features effective examples to support it.|
|Textual Support and Integration of Information||Very little textual support is given and integrated properly. Textual support may not relate to the thesis statement.||Some textual support is given and integrated properly. Topics are somewhat related to the thesis statement, but may lack evidence to support them.||At least three main points are present, although may not always relate to the thesis. Some integration of information is present.||Main points are well-developed, detailed, and directly related to the thesis.
Thoroughly integrated information with a logical and consistent flow between ideas.
|Few APA conventions are followed, and may be incorrectly formatted.||Some APA conventions are followed, although not always correctly.||APA
conventions followed with some errors evident throughout.
|Free of many to all errors in APA
|Grammar and Mechanics||Grammar, spelling, punctuation, and mechanics errors occur throughout document.
Word choices are seldom
|Several errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling and mechanics present. Word choice reveals some understanding||Some spelling, grammar, punctuation and mechanical errors are evident.
Academic language is upheld. The
|Free of punctuation, spelling, grammar, and other mechanical errors.
Consistent use of academic
|academic. Sentence structure may be illogical or unclear.||of academic language requirements. Many sentence structure issues exist.||sentence structure is often logical and clear so that relationships among ideas are established.||word choices. Sentence structure is mostly logical and clear.|
|Tone, Point of View, and Audience||Writing does not address the appropriate audience, may contain clichés, tense issues, or inconsistencies in tone and/or point of view.||Writing may be inconsistent in tone, tense, and point of view.
Paper makes some attempts to address appropriate audience.
|Writing shows some understanding of tone, tense, point of view. Audience is usually appropriately addressed.||The writing demonstrates a command of tone, tense, and point of view.
Appropriate audience is addressed.
*A zero can be earned if the above criteria are not met.
*Plagiarism will result in a zero.
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