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  • Problem/Solution Essay

    1. 1. Problem/Solution Essay
    2. 2. An effective proposal challenges your audience
    3. 3. Reasons……justify why the action is to betaken.
    4. 4. Two types of proposalsAbout policies (broad social or political topics)
    5. 5. AboutPractices Often narrow topics of local interest
    6. 6. Make your argument clearand well defined
    7. 7. Discusstheproblemin detail
    8. 8. Offer a solution withjustification for that solution
    9. 9. Make a claim should/ should notThe government should provide more comprehensive physicaland psychological care for active duty military returning fromcombat zones.
    10. 10. Claim is often the conclusionthat can be stated as a thesis
    11. 11. Establish the need
    12. 12. Explain howyour proposal is in the bestinterest of the community
    13. 13. Act as a proponent ofpositive change
    14. 14. Why change? the current method of operation isn’t working. even though it appears that the current method of operation is working, it isn’t, or there is a better way.
    15. 15. Predict future consequences
    16. 16. Bolster claim with ethos appeals… …and specifically discuss how your proposal will address the problem
    17. 17. Prove that your proposal is feasible. scholarly researchcreative problem-solving
    18. 18. Questions to consider…
    19. 19. Is it clearly a callfor action?
    20. 20. Is it too sweeping? How can it be narrowed?Will my proposal really solve the existing problem without causing bigger problems? Is there another, simpler means of solving the problem? Is my solution really practical? What are the consequences and undetermined problems associated with my proposal?
    21. 21. Most readers are resistant tochange and would rather remain stagnant in thought.
    22. 22. Limit pathos appeals tocompelling case studiesor to just yourintroduction/ conclusion.
    23. 23. Open with a moving description of theproblem (1-2 ¶s) then introduce proposal& thesis statement. “Sell” audience onneed for this proposed solution ¶.RECOMMENDED OR PossibleBegin with proposal and feasibility structuresarguments, then demonstrate how it willmeet certain needs – do this withproposals that are intrinsically unusual,regardless of their practical value

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