Topics to choose from: Online Classes vs. On-Campus Classes High School vs. College Renting vs. Buying a House After High School: Attending College vs. Going to Work Full-Time Summer vs. Winter (or Fall vs. Spring) Dogs vs. Cats Movies vs. Books Two Books compared against each other (or two t.v. shows or two movies compared against each other). Standard Transmissions vs. Automatic Transmissions Sons vs. Daughters Two court cases (writer of this page had to compare two court cases in political science class) Two different historical events (World War II vs. Civil War) Playing Guitar vs Playing Bass Two Restaurants compared against each other Two Branches of Government (Legislative Branch vs. Judicial Branch) Two Different Decades (1970’s vs. 2010’s) Two Periods of Your Life (teenage years vs. young adult years) Choose two topics of your choice to compare and contrast. You are not required to do any research for this essay, so this assignment encourages you to pick topics you know about so that you can use your own knowledge to build the content of the essay. 2. When you choose your topics, spend some time brainstorming to find three items you can compare between the two topics. Again, the items you choose will be your decision about what you would like your essay to focus on. Use your judgment of what you feel is most important to discuss between the two topics. 3. Decide whether to use the Topic-by-Topic pattern or the Item-by-Item pattern. Either pattern is valid, so use the one you are most comfortable with. When you decide on your pattern, create an Outline as we did in the Unit 5 notes for Community Colleges and Universities. 4. Be sure that your essay has an introduction that has the four points listed in the lecture notes, not necessarily in the order given in the notes: Topic, Thesis, Attention Grabber, Signposting. (Note, if you decide to write the essay inductively by not having the thesis in the introduction but in the conclusion, that is acceptable, so in place of the thesis in the introduction, you may ask a question and/or explain the purpose of the essay). 5. With your outline, you will write the essay filling in all the details for each point in the outline. 6. Be sure to have a conclusion where you evaluate and analyze the topics. This conclusion could be more than one paragraph, and you will likely develop it after writing all the other points of the essay. 7. Include a title for the essay.
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