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This exam should not take than two hours. Please read the essay, “Plagiarism is

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This exam should not take than two hours. Please read the essay, “Plagiarism is not a big moral deal” by Stanley Fish. Organize your paper either as an argument (agreeing or disagreeing with Fish) or a comparison/contrast. You can compare Fish’s article to anything else (another article, a blog post, a video). It can have to do with plagiarism or some other moral dilemma, or anything that you think is connected to what Fish says. Go into as much detail as possible, and remember to quote and cite both sources correctly using the MLA Style. Be sure to include a Works Cited page. Here is a sample of three kinds of outlines you can consider for your midterm; please use one of them.
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This assignment will demonstrate to me that you know how to turn in a paper following the MLA Style. Be sure it is spell-checked, cited correctly, double-spaced, and that you post it as a Word document or PDF.
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A good way to organize this paper would be to begin with your thesis (whether or not Dr. Fish’s argument is valid), then include two or three supporting paragraphs based on your argument in support of (or rejecting) it.
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1 Thesis: make a clear statement about whether or not you agree with Fish. Explain the two or three points of argument you will use in your supporting paragraphs.
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4 Supporting Paragraph 3 (optional)
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5 Conclusion: restate your thesis and summarize your argument.
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 6. Works Cited page

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