Discus, in a 3-page paper, one of the following topics Democracy, Freedom, Independence, Responsibility, Duty, or Rights.

Democracy

Discus, in a 3-page paper, one of the following topics Democracy, Freedom, Independence, Responsibility, Duty, or Rights.

Use information (Quotes) from any (minimum of three) of the texts that we have read this year: Ain’t I a Woman, Everyday Use, Declaration of Independence, Women Voting, North Fork, Pledge of Allegiance, The amendments, Biography of the Constitution, Farewell to Manzanar. https://www.tulelake.org/history#:~:text=Tule%20Lake%20became%20a%20Segregation,enemy%20alien%20supporters%20of%20Japan.

Select the type of writing you want to use.

Argument:

A precise claim that states your position on a topic
Consider counterclaims
A logical organization that makes clear connections between claims, counterclaims, reasons, and evidence
Relevant and sufficient evidence

Explanatory text:

A clear thesis statement that presents information about a topic
Accurate relevant facts, details, and evidence that develop the topic
Appropriate and accurate vocabulary, including definitions of unfamiliar words.
A conclusion that supports and reaffirms the explanation of your paper

Non-Fiction Narrative Writing:
A clear and constant point of view
Well-developed characters.
A smooth sequence of events that may include flashbacks.
Effective and accurately written dialogue, description, or reflection to develop the story.
A conclusion that brings the story to a satisfying close.

You can choose any writing style you choose–however texts and authors MUST be introduced and cited correctly. All bulleted points for your chosen type of writing must be clearly recognizable.

The minimum acceptable paper will be 2 complete pages (“C” or “D”)
“A” or “B” papers will be at least 3 full pages, contain the elements of the type of writing, and properly introduce and cite evidence that you use in your paper.