Identify and articulate essential assumptions, values, and beliefs that make up your worldview.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english project and need a sample draft to help me learn.Purpose:Often, especially in academia, we are prompted to give our opinion on an issue before understanding how we formed that opinion. Moreover, it is difficult to effectively participate in an argumentative conversation without first identifying and articulating the assumptions, beliefs, and values on which our perspective is based. This assignment draws on the skills and concepts we have tackled over the past two weeks to help you identify and articulate your worldview to participate in a range of argumentative conversations more successfully. This activity will not only strengthen your skills as a critical reader, writer, and thinker, but serve you in other courses as well as your personal, professional, and civic life. Skills:Identify and articulate essential assumptions, values, and beliefs that make up your worldview.
Recognize and differentiate between informed and inherited assumptions, values, and beliefs.
Use critical inquiry to identify the central argument and assumptions, values, and beliefs in a culturally relevant text.
Locate, evaluate, and synthesize information from a source representing a diverse perspective in order to fully articulate your worldview.
Compose an essay in which you use style, diction, and tone appropriate to the academic community and the purpose of the specific writing task;
Proofread and edit the essay so the essay exhibits no disruptive errors in English grammar, usage, or punctuation.
Knowledge: Argument as critical inquiry and truth-seeking
Purpose and audience
Dialectical thinking
Inherited and informed assumptions, beliefs, values
Writing process – from discussion and proposal to drafts and the final product.
Task: Construct a cohesive, multi-paragraph essay with an engaging introduction and a resonant conclusion, in which you explore your worldview. You should smoothly integrate each of the following requirements: a. introduce the concept of worldview and the ways in which inherited and/or informed assumptions, beliefs, and values make up a worldview (be creative: you may use definition, narration, description, analogy, a famous person, a personal story, and/or one of the many resources from this unit);For an overview of worldview, assumptions, beliefs, and values, see 3.3 A Brief Introduction to Worldview
For examples of how others discuss worldview, see 3.4 Examples of Worldview
b. briefly identify and summarize the essential assumptions, beliefs, and values of your worldview, their influences (if religion factors into your worldview, do not focus on it only, and please refrain from excessively quoting scripture); your major claim should establish the focus for your essay.c. choose  ONE of the major beliefs from “b” and  expand on it,  explaining (aka, narrate the story of)  its existence, from origin until now. Include how it is inherited, informed, and/or in-flux, and the ways in which it does and/or does not manifest in actions you take in your life. If acting more on this belief in the future is something you hope to do, you may speculate on that as well;d. relating to the major belief covered in “c,” utilize the Opposing Viewpoints database (Links to an external site.) or the editorial section of a newspaper to find ONE culturally relevant perspective with which you disagree and do each of the following: introduce and summarize the text and include why you selected it;
offer your response to the source, including both believing and doubting points;
discuss the ways in which your informed/inherited assumption/s, belief/s, and/or value/s affect your position.
discuss how this source contributes to your understanding of the issue, your belief, and your worldview.
e. finally, reflect and evaluate yourself as a critical thinker based on what you have written in “d,” utilizing one or more of the Valuable Intellectual Traits to help illustrate your evaluation. Were you able to be dialectical with the alternative view?  Nuts and Bolts:Make sure to comprehensively respond to ALL parts of the task, letters a-e.
Use your unique voice to make this an essay only you could have written. Take risks; you get to revise it based on feedback and a grade you will receive from me. When you revise, you can only improve your grade, not bring it down. In other words, the highest grade will remain.
Essay should be a minimum of 5 pages in length, though there is no page limit on this assignment. It is difficult to comprehensively cover all that is asked of you in fewer than 5 pages, but some students have written as many as 18! With that said, more pages do not automatically mean a higher grade, especially if the essay lacks control and focus.
Overall, your essay should be cohesive, with a clear introduction, effectively developed body paragraphs, and satisfying conclusion, and should not be an individual response to each letter.
Be sure to create focused paragraphs and use effective transitions between them.
Give your essay a unique title, not “My Worldview,” or worse, “Essay 1.”
Use MLA format and style, including a Works Cited page, as a minimum of one source is required. If you are rusty on MLA, please review the Module on MLA Style and/or come see me in office hours.
Proofread carefully so that sentence-level errors do not harm the readability of your essay.
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