Evaluation Argument about Titanic Filmby EssayShark Tutors
Develop an evaluative argument on one of the following topics: a public figure, product, movie, skill, or a hobby. Further instructions below.
Use no less than 5 sources. Preferably focus on a film.
- Introduction w/thesis
- Evidence-Body 1
- Evidence-Body 2
- Evidence-Body 3
- Refutation w/source
- Works Cited
Length: Final draft should be a minimum of THREE, double-spaced pages of writing, with chronological page numbers, in Times New Roman, 12pt font.
Grading: worth up to 100 points and contribute to 50% of your final grade in the course.
Description: Students will be required to develop an evaluative argument on one of the following topics: a public figure, product, movie, skill, or a hobby. Consider the following evaluative phrases to construct your thesis statement: useful/useless, effective/ineffective, successful/unsuccessful, trivial/important, valuable/worthless, interesting/dull, innovative/common. Additionally, here are some questions to consider:
- What phrase can be used to evaluate your topic?
- Does your evaluative thesis have sources that reinforce its stance?
- What are they?
- What is an opposing view to your evaluation?
- Do you have a concluding statement that captures your overall argumentative evaluation of your topic?