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ARTS 1110 Essay #2 Topics
Stage One: Write a 500 word argumentative essay that answers one of the questions
listed below. Be sure to find one academic source to cite in your essay.
Stage Two: After receiving feedback on your 500 word essay, write a 1500 word
argumentative essay on the same topic. Be sure to use a minimum of three academic
sources in your 1500 word essay.
(see additional guidelines on the back of this page)
_______________________________________________________________________
1. An Ontario liver transplant program has a six-month period of sobriety as a
requirement for eligibility to receive a donated liver. Is this requirement appropriate, or
should patients simply receive transplants in order of urgency? A source for
background reading: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2017/12/17/indigenousactivist-rejected-for-liver-transplant-showing-signs-of-recovery.html
2. Both e-mail and smartphone technology have made the use of emojis commonplace.
Do typographical innovations like emojis enrich or debase language? A source for
background reading: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20151012-will-emoji-becomea-new-language
3. The City of Winnipeg’s transit fares were increased by 25 cents for a single ride-ticket
in January 2018. While Mayor Brian Bowman has argued that the increase in fares
would make up for a budget shortfall created by the provincial government, advocates
for the poor are concerned that the increased fares will create barriers to transportation.
Should the City have raised the transit fare? A source for background reading: http://
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/winnipeg-budget-transit-fare-increase-1.4414350
4. It has become commonplace for individuals to perform territorial or land
acknowledgments at the outset of formal, public gatherings in Canada. Given that
Indigenous land claims and treaty rights are regularly bogged down in the courts, is the
performance of these acknowledgments a genuine step towards reconciliation or is it
simply an empty gesture? A source for background reading: http://nationalpost.com/
opinion/lauren-heuser-when-it-comes-to-settling-aboriginal-land-claims-in-a-timelymanner-the-systems-the-problem
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ARTS 1110W (3) Introduction to University
ARTS 1110 Essay Assignment
A successful essay will be characterized by the following:
The introduction clearly and concisely identifies the arguable proposition that will
articulate and limit the focus of the essay. It qualifies the claim being made (i.e.,
identifies the limits to the claim) and establishes the pattern of organization the essay
will employ.
The argument is well structured (i.e., there are no flaws in the reasoning). It seeks to
convince the reader on the basis of logic and evidence. The writer has demonstrated
the way in which the evidence supports the claim being made (i.e., evidence is not
merely identified or discussed).
The essay is guided by a controlling idea. There is coherence to the essay, with a
pattern of organization that complements the argument being made and transitions
that reflect the relationship between important ideas. Each paragraph is organized
around a single unifying theme. Paragraphs are arranged in a logical order.
The conclusion returns to the claims that were made in the introduction. The writer
synthesizes the essay’s main ideas (i.e., does not merely reiterate those ideas) and
demonstrates the way in which the essay has established the argument as a
reasonable one.
The writer makes effective use of external resources. Examples and evidence are
well integrated to the text.
The essay adheres to the formatting conventions identified by the Teaching Assistant.
The essay reflects effective control of conventions of grammar, common usage, and
composition.
Word choice is appropriate and effective (ie.g., essay is free of loaded language,
ambiguous language, informal language or colloquial/slang language,
contractions, abbreviations, etc.)
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ARTS 1110 Essay #2 Topics
Stage One: Write a 500 word argumentative essay that answers one of the questions
listed below. Be sure to find one academic source to cite in your essay.
Stage Two: After receiving feedback on your 500 word essay, write a 1500 word
argumentative essay on the same topic. Be sure to use a minimum of three academic
sources in your 1500 word essay.
(see additional guidelines on the back of this page)
_______________________________________________________________________
1. An Ontario liver transplant program has a six-month period of sobriety as a
requirement for eligibility to receive a donated liver. Is this requirement appropriate, or
should patients simply receive transplants in order of urgency? A source for
background reading: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2017/12/17/indigenousactivist-rejected-for-liver-transplant-showing-signs-of-recovery.html
2. Both e-mail and smartphone technology have made the use of emojis commonplace.
Do typographical innovations like emojis enrich or debase language? A source for
background reading: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20151012-will-emoji-becomea-new-language
3. The City of Winnipeg’s transit fares were increased by 25 cents for a single ride-ticket
in January 2018. While Mayor Brian Bowman has argued that the increase in fares
would make up for a budget shortfall created by the provincial government, advocates
for the poor are concerned that the increased fares will create barriers to transportation.
Should the City have raised the transit fare? A source for background reading: http://
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/winnipeg-budget-transit-fare-increase-1.4414350
4. It has become commonplace for individuals to perform territorial or land
acknowledgments at the outset of formal, public gatherings in Canada. Given that
Indigenous land claims and treaty rights are regularly bogged down in the courts, is the
performance of these acknowledgments a genuine step towards reconciliation or is it
simply an empty gesture? A source for background reading: http://nationalpost.com/
opinion/lauren-heuser-when-it-comes-to-settling-aboriginal-land-claims-in-a-timelymanner-the-systems-the-problem
1| Page
ARTS 1110W (3) Introduction to University
ARTS 1110 Essay Assignment
A successful essay will be characterized by the following:
The introduction clearly and concisely identifies the arguable proposition that will
articulate and limit the focus of the essay. It qualifies the claim being made (i.e.,
identifies the limits to the claim) and establishes the pattern of organization the essay
will employ.
The argument is well structured (i.e., there are no flaws in the reasoning). It seeks to
convince the reader on the basis of logic and evidence. The writer has demonstrated
the way in which the evidence supports the claim being made (i.e., evidence is not
merely identified or discussed).
The essay is guided by a controlling idea. There is coherence to the essay, with a
pattern of organization that complements the argument being made and transitions
that reflect the relationship between important ideas. Each paragraph is organized
around a single unifying theme. Paragraphs are arranged in a logical order.
The conclusion returns to the claims that were made in the introduction. The writer
synthesizes the essay’s main ideas (i.e., does not merely reiterate those ideas) and
demonstrates the way in which the essay has established the argument as a
reasonable one.
The writer makes effective use of external resources. Examples and evidence are
well integrated to the text.
The essay adheres to the formatting conventions identified by the Teaching Assistant.
The essay reflects effective control of conventions of grammar, common usage, and
composition.
Word choice is appropriate and effective (ie.g., essay is free of loaded language,
ambiguous language, informal language or colloquial/slang language,
contractions, abbreviations, etc.)
2 | Page

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