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WR 121: Response Paper #1
For this assignment will write a summary of and response to â€œIn the Basement of the Ivory Tower.â€ You will be applying your summarizing skills that youâ€™ve practiced the last two weeks to this next assignment, while also incorporating your response. Your response should be thesis-driven. It needs to make an argument and support that argument with reasons and examples. (Please see the video presentation on Beacon Learning for more detailed information on this.) After briefly introducing the overall topic in an introductory paragraph, your essay will include two major sections: a summary and a response. A paragraph at the conclusion of the essay will restate your thesis and apply your ideas to a broader context.
Steps in the process:
1.Outline the major points of the essay, especially those points you want to emphasize in your response. Then brainstorm and outline your response, clearly identifying your main thesis.
2.Write a summary and response essay.
The summary section of your essay (200-300 words) should clearly and objectively present the main ideas, as well as the important sub-points, of the essay you have chosen to write about. The summary should be written almost entirely in your words; only use particularly important quotations when they are necessary for your summary.
The response section of your essay (300-400 words) should include an original idea as its main thesis. While the summary is objective, the response is subjective and presents your ideas on the subject. The response can take one of the following forms:
(1) an explanation of your agreement or disagreement with the authorâ€™s claim(s) (If you choose to agree, you must go beyond simply saying you feel similarly by presenting new information or reasons that you feel the authorâ€™s position should be supported.)
(2) an evaluation of the authorâ€™s presentation of his or her argument. Your response should present evidence from your own knowledge and experience to support your argument. You do not need to use additional sources in this essay.
Length: 500-700 words (same formatting as previous assignments!)