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Homework Help: COM 220

Posted by Jen on Thursday, April 23, 2009 at 10:37pm.

Can anyone help me or help me get started please?

ASSIGNMENTS
1. CheckPoint: Full-Sentence Outline
• Resources: Organizing Your Research Paper & Bias, Rhetorical Devices, and Argumentation
• Due Date: Day 4 [Individual forum]
• Review the criteria for full-sentence outlines in Organizing Your Research Paper on the student web page.
• Create a full-sentence outline that includes effective arguments and counterarguments to support your thesis. (Note: Outline only the body of your paper.) Remember to avoid bias and fallacies and to include rhetorical devices that strengthen your writing.
• Answer the following: Where did you place the most effective arguments in your paper? Explain your reasoning. How did you address counterarguments without weakening your own premise?
• Post the full-sentence outline as a Microsoft® Word attachment.

My Thesis
“While smoking ban can have a negative effect on some businesses, smoking should be banned in public places because of health risks to non-smokers.”
I plan to support my thesis by looking at the view from both sides of the argument. Many businesses are affected by smoking bans (loss of customers, income, etc.). I also plan to argue the fact that second-hand smoke causes many health risks and concerns. I will provide supporting details along with some supporting graph details comparing things like restaurant users who preferred a smoking environment, and comparison to men and women who indicated that a non-smoking enhanced/greatly enhanced the enjoyment of their meal, to name a few.

Example of outline:
I. Main point 1 in a complete sentence.
A. Subpoint 1 in a complete sentence.
1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence.
2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence.
B. Subpoint 2 in a complete sentence.
1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence.
2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence.

II. Main point 2 in a complete sentence.
A. Subpoint 1 in a complete sentence.
1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence.
2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence.
B. Subpoint 2 in a complete sentence.
1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence.
2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence.

III. Main point 3 in a complete sentence.
A. Subpoint 1 in a complete sentence.
1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence.
2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence.
B. Subpoint 2 in a complete sentence.
1. Supporting example 1 in a complete sentence.
2. Supporting example 2 in a complete sentence.

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