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Good afternoon!. Please take out your PRESS notes from Friday. Objectives 3/12/12. Review outlines Talk about effective brainstorming strategies Look at IDWA Rubric Write outlines for Prompt #2 Start writing practice essays Homework: finish essay!. Anatomy of a Response.

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good afternoon

Good afternoon!

Please take out your PRESS notes from Friday.

objectives 3 12 12
Objectives 3/12/12
  • Review outlines
  • Talk about effective brainstorming strategies
  • Look at IDWA Rubric
  • Write outlines for Prompt #2
  • Start writing practice essays
  • Homework: finish essay!
anatomy of a response
Anatomy of a Response

P1: PRESS (Your stance is your thesis)

P2: Claim #1 developing your stance with evidence and commentary

P3: Claim #2 developing your stance with evidence and commentary

P4: If you have time, counterargument and rebuttal

P5: Conclusion (re-state your thesis)

class prompt 2 press
Class Prompt #2: PRESS

"Two-thirds of adolescent and adult Americans drink alcohol, and of those, 8 to 12 percent will become alcoholics or problem drinkers. To combat this huge public-health crisis, we should begin a national system of licensing, with appropriate penalties. Applicants for a drinking license would first be required to study a manual containing basic information about alcohol and the law, much like the driver\'s manual we all memorized in high school. Next they would have to pass a written test, after which they would receive a drinking license. License holders, and only license holders, would then be able to buy alcoholic beverages (including beer). Most of the problem drinkers would, at some point, probably face arrest on alcohol-related offenses. If convicted, they would lose their license. A liquor store or bar caught selling to an unlicensed drinker would lose its license as well." —Earl Rochester

Explain the argument that Rochester makes and discuss the ways in which you agree or disagree with his analysis and conclusion. Support your position by providing reasons and examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.

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