• An exploratory (NOT argumentative) formal essay of 850-1,000 words
• formatted to syllabus guidelines
• with a complete Works Cited page and in-text parenthetical citations (MLA)
• & submitted electronically on Canvas by 11 pm on Sunday 11/15
Inspired by the readings, define and explore a robust
“question at issue,” which you might answer in your
upcoming argumentative essay.
WITHOUT ANSWERING your chosen question, investigate
your chosen question’s competing possible answers
Explain what makes this a controversial (or “at issue”)
question worth addressing in an academic paper. Show
why this chosen question matters to real-world stakeholders.
o Define your question at issue and the important terms within it. Be specific; cite the
Oxford English Dictionary (OED) if needed. Who might answer this question? Who
and what are affected by this decision?
o Show how assigned readings from the unit intervene. Closely engage with at least
two (2+) of the second essay cycle’s four (4) assigned readings (Stiglitz, Alexander,
Leonard, Vance) to describe how each might in some way help us understand or
answer your chosen question. Do the readings support different responses to your
question? Does an article reveal the urgency of this kind of questioning? Does your
question continue the work of an article?
o Explain why both answers (Yes/No) to your question could be reasonable. How
would different audiences answer this question differently? Who are real-world
stakeholders involved in this debate, and how might their responses to the question
align and contradict? What pieces of evidence and what lines of reasoning might be
raised in support each given response?
NOTE: The goal is NOT to answer the question, or even to
narrow into the upcoming 1.1 essay, but to expand the field of
possible responses to your question.
o Instead of a title for this essay, write your question at issue (phrased as a question) at
the top of your essay. Including it in place of the title will allow me to see your question
easily and keeps your essay’s task clear for writer and reader alike
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