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Proposal Argument with Research Outline
The goal of the research project is to produce a proposal argument that proposes 2 specific solutions to eliminate or reduce the academic-related impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on U.S. college students.
Directions: Complete every section of this outline assignment (as we discussed, it is not possible to grade an assignment if the outline and annotated bibliography are incomplete). Type your answers into the designated boxes labeled “Click or tap here to enter text.” Although this is a worksheet, you are still expected to use complete sentences and adhere to the conventions of standard, academic English for a formal assignment. This assignment is worth 10% of your final grade, so review your work carefully before submitting. Ensure your assignment is uploaded to the link before the deadline posted on Canvas. Ensure you have uploaded the correct file.
1. Introduction (the information you provide in this section will become your introduction paragraph for FA4 and FA5)
A. Provide brief explanation (context, background, or history) about the pandemic, specifically how it impacted colleges and universities and how it impacted students attending these institutions (the same information was required in the FA2 assignment). Remember, any information that comes from a source must have at least an in-text citation that cites the author and page number (and if no page number is available, provide a paragraph number).
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B. Provide an anecdote that humanizes the pandemic’s effects on a specific college or university student featured in either one of the FA1 module readings or one credible web source, preferably a news website. Remember, any information that comes from a source must have at least an in-text citation that cites the author and page number (and if no page number is available, provide a paragraph number).
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C. Define social identity (quote my definition from the Social Identity Theory Definitions PDF in the FA1 module) and explain how the anecdote above illustrates the meaning of social identity. Remember, if you use the author’s wording, you must indicate this by using quotation marks, and any information that comes from a source must have at least an in-text citation that cites the author and page number (and if no page number is available, provide a paragraph number).
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D. Define identity contingency (quote my definition from Social Identity Theory Definitions PDF in the FA1 module) and explain how your anecdote illustrates the meaning of identity contingency. Remember, if you use the author’s wording, you must indicate this by using quotation marks, and any information that comes from a source must have at least an in-text citation that cites the author and page number (and if no page number is available, provide a paragraph number).
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E. Define identity/stereotype threat (quote my definition from the Social Identity Theory Definitions PDF in the FA1 module) and explain how your anecdote illustrates the meaning of identity/stereotype threat. Remember, if you use the author’s wording, you must indicate this by using quotation marks, and any information that comes from a source must have at least an in-text citation that cites the author and page number (and if no page number is available, provide a paragraph number).
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F. Thesis – this sentence must adhere to the template for proposal statements in CH 12 in the textbook. A) It must identify the exact group of people you hold accountable for implementing the change or solution, and they must have the power to do so. B) It must identify the exact solution(s) you are proposing. C) It must provide reasons for implementing the solutions, and these reasons must directly relate to the social problem, social identity, identity contingencies, identity threats, and effects the paper aims to fix.
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2. Body (the information you provide in this section will become your body paragraphs for FA4 and FA5)
Claim 1: In the space below, make a one-sentence claim directly related to the reasons why action must be taken; these should be the same reasons you provided in your thesis statement (the identity contingencies, identity threats, and effects students experience during the pandemic).
Claim 1: Click or tap here to enter text.
In the section below, provide quoted textual evidence from the sources that you plan to use in this paragraph or section of the paper (you may use the information from your annotated bib). Remember all quotes must be framed or sandwiched:
• before the quote, provide a signal phrase that identifies the author/speaker, their relevant credentials, the title of their source (in proper format), and the point of the quoted information paraphrased in your own words, using an appropriate verb
• after the quote, provide an in-text citation identifying the page number (if there is no page number, provide a paragraph number)
• after the quote, provide further explanation and elaboration, indicating how it connects to your claim.
This 3-step process must be done for Evidence 1a and 1b.
Evidence 1a: Click or tap here to enter text.
Evidence 1b: Click or tap here to enter text.
Claim 2: In the space below, make a one-sentence claim directly related to the first solution you provided in your thesis statement. TIP: use the CH 12 template (A should do B because of C).
Claim 2: Click or tap here to enter text.
In the section below, provide quoted textual evidence from the sources that you plan to use in this paragraph or section of the paper (you may use the information from your annotated bib). Remember all quotes must be framed or sandwiched:
• before the quote, provide a signal phrase that identifies the author/speaker, their relevant credentials, the title of their source (in proper format), and the point of the quoted information paraphrased in your own words, using an appropriate verb
• after the quote, provide an in-text citation identifying the page number (if there is no page number, provide a paragraph number)
• after the quote, provide further explanation and elaboration, indicating how it connects to your claim.
This 3-step process must be done for Evidence 2a and 2b.
Note: Evidence 2a and 2b may be about the proposed solution, the required steps, the resources needed, and/or the benefits.
Evidence 2a: Click or tap here to enter text.
Evidence 2b: Click or tap here to enter text.
Claim 3: In the space below, make a one-sentence claim directly related to the second solution you provided in your thesis statement. TIP: use the CH 12 template (A should do B because of C).
Claim 3: Click or tap here to enter text.
In the section below, provide quoted textual evidence from the sources that you plan to use in this paragraph or section of the paper (you may use the information from your annotated bib). Remember all quotes must be framed or sandwiched:
• before the quote, provide a signal phrase that identifies the author/speaker, their relevant credentials, the title of their source (in proper format), and the point of the quoted information paraphrased in your own words, using an appropriate verb
• after the quote, provide an in-text citation identifying the page number (if there is no page number, provide a paragraph number)
• after the quote, provide further explanation and elaboration, indicating how it connects to your claim.
This 3-step process must be done for Evidence 3a and 3b.
Note: Evidence 3a and 3b may be about the proposed solution, the required steps, the resources needed, and/or the benefits.
Evidence 3a: Click or tap here to enter text.
Evidence 3b: Click or tap here to enter text.
3. Refutation/Addressing Opponents’ Arguments (the information you provide in this section will become your final body paragraph for FA4 and FA5)
A. Objection 1 — State one objection some opponents/naysayers may have: Click or tap here to enter text.
State your refutation (response) to this objection: Click or tap here to enter text.
B. Objection 2 — State another objection some opponents/naysayers may have: Click or tap here to enter text.
State your refutation (response) to this objection: Click or tap here to enter text.
4. Conclusion (the information you provide in this section will become your conclusion paragraph for FA4 and FA5)
A. Restate the importance of the issue – why your intended audience must take action, why your proposal matters, and what is at stake (what students lose if no action is taken or what students gain if action is taken).
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5. Works Cited Page (this works cited page is the same works cited page you will use for FA4 and FA5)
Directions: REMEMBER I CANNOT GRADE YOUR ASSIGNMENT IF THE ASSIGNMENT, INCLUDING THE WORK CITED ENTRIES AND ANNOTATIONS ARE INCOMPLETE. Type or copy each of your work cited entries for your required sources into the designated spaces labeled “Type or copy your first entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).” Ensure the entries appear in alphabetical order as MLA requires. If you copy the entry from the PBSC library databases, you need to ensure the entry is correctly formatted, which includes the font and spacing. All PBSC library database sources must have the required DOI number (or the library assigned URL if no DOI number is available). Type your paragraph annotation into the designated spaces labeled “Type annotation for the xxx source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).”
Works Cited
Type or copy your first entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the first source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy second entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the second source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy third entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the third source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy fourth entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the fourth source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy fifth entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the fifth source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy sixth entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the sixth source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy seventh entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the seventh source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).
Type or copy eighth entry here (note all the lines but the first should be indented).
Type annotation for the eighth source here (note the first line of the paragraph annotation must be indented like all paragraphs).

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