Oregon right o die
For this assignment, you will need to write atleast 900-word essay that persuasively analyzes and evaluates a source of at least 1,250 words from Assignment Two:
References or Work Cited Page. Your goal is to persuade your reader that the article writer’s argument (claim with reasons and evidence) is strong and convincing. To
do this, you will need to analyze the argument in a thoughtful way. In this essay, you will need to address the following:
1. Thesis: What does the writer want the audience to believe?
2. Audience: What group of readers is the writer addressing?
–Does the author attempt to convince the audience?
–Soften the reader’s objection?
–Convince the reader that his or her argument has merit?
4. What types of appeals does the writer use?
–Appeal to logos, ethos, and pathos?
–Describe the ethos of the writer. How does the writer present himself or herself?
–Provide three examples from the text, either as quotations or paraphrases or both, to support
your description of the writer’s ethos
5. Type and quality of the supporting detail–this will be the bulk of your essay
— Appeals to reason include facts, statistics, examples, and expert testimony.
–Note that evidence is ranked from strongest to weakest as follows: facts, statistics, examples, expert testimony.
First, look for facts and statistics as they mean the most, but read carefully any use of statistics, as these can be misleading. Since the essay might have appeared
in periodicals or newspapers, the writers may not have documented sources completely. As a result, you must determine if the evidence is credible based on what the
writer includes. Examples are important usually as a means to clarify facts and statistics. Finally, while expert testimony can be very convincing, you should make
sure the testimony includes facts or statistics to support the claims being made. Remember, when writers quote experts, it is often because they already share similar
b. Give three examples. Explain your examples.
6. Raising and countering objections
a. What objections to the opposing side’s argument does the writer make?
b. How does the writer object to (refute) the counter arguments related to his or her position?
7. Conclusion. Write 1 -2 sentences that leave your reader with a final impression of your analysis.
1. Answer questions 1-3 in a paragraph of about a page in length
2. Answer question 4 in a long paragraph of about one-half of a page
3. Answer question 5 in about 1-2 pages
4. Answer question 6 in a paragraph of about one-half of a page.
5. Don’t forget that your essay needs an introduction and conclusion as well as a thesis and transitions between ideas.
The Writing Process
Prewriting: To get started, take notes on the essay of your choice. Base your notes on the six questions that you must answer. Then, select and answer some of the
questions after the essay. The answers to some of the questions will help you develop your paragraphs and suggest other questions you might want to address in the
–Answer the questions in a well-organized draft
–For questions 1-3 you do not need to provide evidence
–For questions 4-6, you will need to provide three examples each. You will provide a mix of paraphrases and quotes to demonstrate the strength of your own argument.
Revisions: Focus on adding all the required information you might have missed on the first draft. You may need to supply more textual evidence to make your argument
more convincing. Remember that your purpose is to persuade your reader that, based on the analysis you provide, your argument is strong
Editing: You will probably want to do the following
–Incorporate quotes correctly in your paper
–Determine where you are wordy or could combine sentences more effectively
–Review for your use of the vocabulary of the argument
–Review for paragraph and essay coherence
Rubric for determining the grade on this essay:
Ethos of writer
Raising and Countering Objections
writing proficiency, including introduction and conclusion
Here is list of my work cited please use these for the paper on Oregon right to die act you can use additional resources if needed
PBlanke, C., LeBlanc, M., Hershman, D., Ellis, L., & Meyskens, F. (2017).
Characterizing 18 Years of the Death With Dignity Act in Oregon. JAMA Oncology.
Frieden, J. (2008). Oregon Reviews 10 Years of ‘Death With Dignity’. Ob.Gyn. News, 43(15),
Ganzini, L. (2001). Oregon Physicians’ Attitudes About and Experiences With End-of-Life Care
Since Passage of the Oregon Death with Dignity Act. JAMA, 285(18), 2363.
Goodwin, P. (2000). A rebuttal to criticism of the Oregon Death with Dignity Act. Western
Journal Of Medicine, 172(5), 299-300.
Ñamendys-Silva, S. (2017). The Right to Live with Dignity and the Right to Die with
Dignity. Journal Of Palliative Medicine. https://dx.doi.org/10.1089/jpm.2017.0316