~Assignment background information: The thesis statement i picked is about one o

    ~Assignment background information: The thesis statement i picked is about one of my community issues that’s been going on for a while, we do not have a dog park and almost every family in my community have a dog or even more. We do have a really big community park with a large frass area using as soccer field and people been using that as an unofficial dog park. The problem is there is no fences or anything to stop the dogs from running on to the street or to the sidewalks, and people always unleash their dogs while they play in the community park. I walk my two little yorkies on the sidewalk with leashes on but theres always other dogs that unleashed run to us. Sometimes they just want to play but there were serval times my dogs almost got bitten by big dogs. My audience would be all the house owners in my community and also the HOA company. My solution would be building a dog park inside the community or at least put up some fences to separate the dogs that playing in the community park without leashes on to ensure the safety of both dog owners and their dogs.
    ~Assignment requirement:
    1. In this unit’s assignment, you will develop ideas to support the persuasive thesis statement you worked on in the Units 3 and 4 Discussion Boards. This thesis statement advocates a solution to a problem in your community, and you will consider the various stakeholders, common ground you share with your audience, possible rival hypotheses, and ways you can use the logical appeals of logos, ethos, and pathos to convince your audience that your proposal should be implemented.
    2. You will complete a chart for this assignment. Download the file, save it with a name like LastNameCM220Unit 4 Assignment, and fill in the chart. (sample chart provided below in the files with unit 3 and 4 reading materials)
    3.In Part I, you will revise the provisional thesis statement that you generated in the previous unit’s discussion and identify the underlying assumption. What is the common ground you believe you share with your audience?
    4. Make sure the thesis is concise (1–2 sentences) and clearly expresses a persuasive argument that offers a solution to a problem in your community. Use the enthymeme format (claim + reason/s).
    5. In Part II, describe your purpose (what is the problem you want to solve and how do you plan to solve it?), audience (key stakeholders), and setting. You will provide details about whom you need to convince to bring about change and explain the community you are writing about.
    6. Finally, in Part III, you will evaluate your argument based on the three rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos). For Part III, be sure to use complete sentences and offer specific examples. Aim for 5–7 sentences per section.
    7. You will want to discuss rival hypotheses and how you plan to address them, research you will need to conduct to support your claims, and strategies you can use to connect with your audience. Be sure to discuss at least one source you can use to support claims and to identify a specific logical fallacy your argument could be susceptible to and how to avoid that fallacy.

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