Illegal Immigration

  1. Introduction (recommendation: 1 paragraph)
    1. Choose an opening strategy that follows the introduction guidelines from this unit
      1. Introduces the problem/issue in an interesting, unique way to pull the reader into the essay
    2. Make sure problem/issue is introduced; perhaps set up why it matters or why a solution is needed
    3. Has a clear, academic thesis that makes a claim about your proposed solution: the solution you will use your essay to convince the reader to see/agree with
      1. Review and use the 4-part model for writing thesis statements from Unit 1 & the thesis generator, using the Essay 3 sample thesis statements as a guide if needed.

 

  1. Background/History (recommendation: 2-3 paragraphs)
    1. In a background section (which could be multiple paragraphs depending on content), you might want to discuss:
      1. The basics of the problem/issue. This could include
        1. Any important definitions or explanations of the subject matter – “official,” your own, or both. Think of terms you’ll be using throughout the paper and make sure those are clearly defined/explained
        2. Its history/how it has evolved over time
          1. How did we get here? How has the problem/issue evolved over time?
            1. This could be different laws/policies over time, stats showing growth/decline, etc.

 

  • Current status of the problem (recommendation: 1-2 paragraphs)
    1. This is where you provided a detailed “picture” of the current status of the problem – what is happening now, how “bad” it is, the current crisis or consequences, etc.

 

  1. Your proposed solution(s) (recommendation: 3-4 paragraphs)
    1. The bulk of your work in the essay takes place here. What this section will cover will vary based on the problem and what your solution(s) will entail. It could/will likely include:
      1. Your solution(s)
        1. What are you proposing? What should happen? How would it work? How would it address the problem?
          1. If your solution has several parts or pieces, each would need to be explained, making it clear how they work together to address the problem.
        2. The cause(s) of the problem
          1. If your solution(s) addresses the problem by tackling the cause(s) of the problem, they’ll need to be explained in this section.
            1. Action X would address the underlying issue of Y that is leading to Z.
  • How your solution will be accomplished/the process of making it happen
    1. Who/what will have to be involved?
    2. How will it be paid for (if relevant)?
    3. What kind of timeline is reasonable?

 

  1. Opposition/Challenge (recommendation: 1 paragraph)
    1. What is the likely opposition to your solution and/or how might someone challenge your plan? How would you answer those objections/challenges?
      1. The details of how to craft this paragraph will be covered with a PowerPoint presentation and samples – use those as models

 

  1. Conclusion (recommendation: 1 paragraph)
    1. As with your introduction, do not just “tack on” a generic conclusion. Choose an effective strategy that follows the conclusion guidelines from this unit.
    2. Conclusion should do more than just “sum up” the essay. It should somehow broaden or extend the reader’s thinking about the issue/topic.

 

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