Arguments/Proposals After reading the “Argument” chapter on pages 184-199, “Prop

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Arguments/Proposals
After reading the “Argument” chapter on pages 184-199, “Proposals” chapter on pages 208-226, and “Using Argumentative Strategies” chapter on pages 401-415, apply your knowledge to create a proposal and convince me to fund it.
Pretend I (Dr. E) am the head of a grants committee that has $1 million dollars to donate to a worthy cause. (I don’t really have the money. This is a pretend scenario, so don’t ask for any real money!) Pick a cause and draft a proposal to convince me to give the money to you. Make sure you appeal to reason, authority, and emotion (from “Using Argumentative Strategies”) to craft your argument.
Whichever proposal is strongest will get bonus points this week!
Submission: Your response must be a minimum of 250 words. Although I suggest you write and edit the post in Word, copy your response directly into your discussion reply so fellow students can easily read it without needing to open an attachment.

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