1.  Analysis/Critical Questions: Paper poses critical questions about an existing practice.  Uses critical question to launch analysis, exploring more than the immediately obvious.  Analysis challenges readers.

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2.  Principles/System: Paper gives context by explaining this practice as part of a larger system. Paper clearly identifies a principle by which this practice is carried out.  Discusses implications of such a principle, and clearly articulates new principles for the alternative way of carrying out this practice.

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3.  Proposal: Clear and thorough proposal for a new way of carrying out this practice.  Explains advantages of the new way.

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5. Organization: Effective organization, with an introduction that contextualizes, justifies, and qualifies. Organized as a PROPOSAL (not issue) paper.  Each paragraph has a reason for being a paragraph; each paragraph advances ideas of paper. Transitions within and between paragraphs create coherence.

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6. Language/ Audience: Deliberately develops a voice that directs itself to, and remains aware of, an intelligent, educated audience extending beyond the classroom. Language is precise, clear, concise, accurate, perhaps even expressive, fresh, and inventive.

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6. Grammar: Uses correct standard grammar, avoiding “Common Errors.”

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7.  Format: First page labeled following MLA format (see Everyday Writer).  All researched information within paper attributed to sources.  Correct format for quotations, with short or long block (see Everyday Writer). Stapled.  

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