Acting under pressure

| August 19, 2015

pplication: Use Evidence to Support a Response: Acting Under Pressure Have you ever watched two politicians debate on television? Which candidate made the more favorable impression? At the end of the debate, did you find the candidates’ arguments credible? Strong arguments require supportive evidence. Politicians on the campaign trail are judged on their ability to make convincing arguments. In this situation, their credibility rests on their ability to support their positions effectively. In this Application Assignment, you use supportive evidence to reinforce your position on a decision made under pressure. To prepare for this Assignment: Review the following in The Longman Writer: Rhetoric, Reader, Research Guide, and Handbook: Chapter 4, “Supporting the Thesis with Evidence” (pp. 41–46) Chapter 5, “Organizing the Evidence” (pp. 51–54) Chapter 11 selection, “Shooting a Elephant” by George Orwell (pp.183–188) Part VI, “A Concise Handbook” “Fragments” (pp. 602-607) “Faulty Parallelism” (pp. 610–611) Consider how Orwell writes of his experience shooting an elephant. What factors influenced his decision to shoot the elephant? Find supportive evidence within the readings from The Longman Writer and outside sources regarding consequences of making decisions under pressure. The Assignment: Write a 1- to 2-page essay explaining whether Orwell’s decision was justified. Use supportive evidence to reinforce your position. Be sure to include the following: Explain Orwell’s decision to shoot the elephant and include at least one citation from Orwell to support your position. Cite at least two examples from the reading or outside sources (e.g., books, journal articles, web articles) in support of your position. Note: Wikipedia will not be accepted as an outside resource. Check for and correct fragments and faulty parallelisms in your writing. Formatting Expectations: Indent the first sentence of each paragraph. Block paragraphs are not acceptable for this Assignment. Your final document should: Be in a 10- or 12-point font, such as Arial or Verdana Be double-spaced throughout Have 1-inch margins for top, bottom, left, and right Include your full name and the Assignment title on the document Contact the Student Support Team for assistance with word processing. The contact information is in the Student Support section. Word Processing help is also available in the Writing Center website. Submit your Assignment by Day 7. In order to receive full credit, all Assignments must be submitted on time. Should you encounter an unanticipated and uncontrollable life event that may prevent you from meeting an Assignment deadline, contact the Instructor immediately to request an extension. Your Instructor’s contact information is in the Contact the Instructor area. For a full description of the late policy, please refer to the “Policies on Late Assignments” section of your Syllabus. ****THE BOOK ISeview the following in The Longman Writer: Rhetoric, Reader, Research Guide, and Handbook:

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