Evaluation Argument Outline

Instructions for the Evaluation Argument Topic Outlines:
You will work on the same topic that you did your Evaluation Argument Claim two weeks ago.
DescriptionYour Evaluation Argument outline should include the following elements:Introduction:An effective lead-in that introduces what you will evaluateA thesis statement that tells the reader 1) the subject of your essay; 2) your judgment about the subject; and 3) the three reasons you will use to support your claimAnticipation of any necessary background informationBody:1. Subtopic 1= Reason 1Evidence for Reason 1 (facts, statistics, expert opinions, and/or examples) to illustrate your point.Analysis discussion of what the evidence shows in relation to your sub-topic/reason.2. Subtopic 2= Reason 2Evidence for Reason 2 (facts, statistics, expert opinions, and/or examples) to illustrate your point.Analysis discussion of what the evidence shows in relation to your sub-topic/reason.3. Subtopic 3= Reason 3Evidence for Reason 3 (facts, statistics, expert opinions, and/or examples) to illustrate your point.Analysis discussion of what the evidence shows in relation to your sub-topic/reason.4. Acknowledgement opposing viewpoints.Evidence for opposing viewpoint(s) in form of quotes (from a leading figure), policy defenders, etc.Analysis/ Rebuttal: Counter the opposing argument and show how your evaluation stands.Conclusion:Briefly summarize your positionAddress the broader implications of your argumentAnticipate a proposal or solutionWorks Cited Page:A list of sources organized in proper MLA formatRecommended Length:1-2 pages, plus Works Cited page
You will incorporate the use of ethos, pathos, and logos to persuade your audience. You will conduct research on your topic and use proper MLA documentation to cite your sources in your Works Cited page.
From Instructor:Your assignment this week is to write an outline of your evaluation argument. I am attaching two examples for you to look at; both of them are well done. I’d suggest everyone follow the instructions for the assignment as closely as possible. You will notice that both examples have the information that’s required for the assignment: an introduction, claim, reasons, a counterargument, and MLA-cited sources.
Attached is the PDF of two examples, read carefully.