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Draft the HISTORICAL CONTEXT section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 1. Bring this as a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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Draft the HISTORICAL CONTEXT section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 2. Bring this as a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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**Background
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**HISTORICAL CONTEXT (Background)
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Draft the background section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 1. Bring this as a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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Draft the HISTORICAL CONTEXT section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 1. Bring this as a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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*Does the evidence actually support the reason? Evidence should be ''factual,'' but reasons should be argumentative.
*Is my claim solid? Does it make sense? Is it arguable
? Controversial? An assertion you go about proving with reasons?
*Is there sufficient historical
background?
*Are there objections to the claim? (minimum of 2)
*Is there a conclusion? A minimum of one sentence? Does it make sense
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*Am I following the correct format (the template above)?
*Is the claim argumentative
, or a statement of fact?
*Are there sources cited in the evidence and rebuttal sections
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*Is sufficient historical context to be able to understand the argument that follows (background)?
*Are the topic sentences effective?
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***Topic # 1 of Background
***Topic # 2 of Background
***Topic # 3 of Background, etc.
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***Topic Sentence # 1 of Background
***Topic Sentence # 2 of Background
***Topic Sentence # 3 of Background, etc.
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*Does the evidence actually support the reason? Evidence should be ''factual,'' but reasons should be argumentative.
*Is my claim solid? Does it make sense? Is it arguable? Controversial? An assertion you go about proving with reasons?
*Is there sufficient historical background?
*Are there objections to the claim? (minimum of 2)
*Is there a conclusion? A minimum of one sentence? Does it make sense?
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*Make sure historical context (background) is sufficient. Is anything missing?
*Is the claim solid? Is it arguable? Debatable? Does it match the argument that's being presented?
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*Make sure historical context (background) is sufficient. Is anything missing?
*Is the claim solid? Is it arguable? Debatable? Does it match the argument that's being presented?
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*Is the claim solid? Is it arguable and debatable? Would reasonable people be able to disagree and have a discussion?
*Are objections viable alternative arguments against the claim?
*What is a warrant: warrants are statements everyone agrees on. If a warrant is listed, it should support the claim, and connect the claim to the reasons.
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*Is the claim solid? Is it arguable and debatable? Would reasonable people be able to disagree and have a discussion?
*Are objections viable alternative arguments against the claim?
*What is a warrant: warrants are statements everyone agrees on. If a warrant is listed, it should support the claim, and connect the claim to the reasons.
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!!!Outline Template
**Claim: Stuck on formulating a claim??? '''%red%READ THIS!''': http://clas.uiowa.edu/history/teaching-and-writing-center/guides/argumentation
**Background
***Topic # 1 of Background
***Topic # 2 of Background
***Topic # 3 of Background, etc.
**Reason # 1 that Supports Your Claim
***Evidence to back up reason # 1 (cite a source)
**Reason # 2 that Supports Your Claim
***Evidence to back up reason # 2 (cite a source)
**Reason # 3 that Supports Your Claim
***Evidence to back up Reason # 3 (cite a source)
**Possible Objection to your Claim
***Rebuttal to this objection (cite a source)
**Another Possible Objection to your Claim
***Rebuttal to this objection (cite a source)
**Conclusion
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Draft the background section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 1. Bring this a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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Draft the background section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 1. Bring this as a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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*%red%'''Make sure you have an electronic version of your most recent draft of your outline in class today.'''
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What should we be looking for? How should we read this document?
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Draft the background section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper.
Read Chapter x in ''EAA.''
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Draft the background section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper. SAVE this document as WP 4 Draft 1. Bring this a ''printed version to SEMINAR'' on Monday.
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Draft the background section of %newwin%[[WP4CSpring2016|WP 4]]. Use your outline to help you formulate the topics that you need to cover in your background/historical context section of the paper.
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!!!Peer Review: WP 4 Outline


By 5pm today: your final outline of WP 4 is due in Bb.

!!!Homework
Read Chapter x in ''EAA.''