LBST 4800 Paper Guidelines ESSAY TOPIC: Broken English, Ebonics etc., why should it be allowed and incorporated in the classroom for K-12 1) Opening · What is your main research topic? · What is the main issue that brought you to the topic? . · What is your main thesis? o What are you saying in regards to the topic? § This should be an outgrowth of: agree, disagree, or agree to a certain extent with the research you have already been working with. 2) They Say · Who are the interlocutors in your research project? o Summarize to the class the position of each scholarly article that you found on library research day. Explain their main arguments. o Be sure to describe both positions. What do they argue? 3) I Say · Do you agree, disagree, or somewhat agree/disagree with the interlocutors you have picked out? Why? o Describe to the class what position you are taking and defend it—explain why you think you are right. What evidence do you have to suggest that you are correct? o This will require providing your own original research that will support what you are arguing. · Plant a naysayer o What is one possible objection that someone could have to what you are saying? · Respond to the Objection o How would you respond to the objection 4) Why it Matters? · Explain why this topic matters- this could involve a linking back to the news item or contemporary implications for the project. Answer the so what? question. 5) Conclusion · Close your presentation by discussing your main thesis once again and how you have supported it.
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