Are Immigrants’ views of the “American dream

Theme: Is there a unique American culture that exists beyond the ethnic and racial issues we have been having? (ask an immigrant or foreign student)

Main topic related to the theme: Are immigrants integrating into the American culture?

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Four issue questions on your topic:

1.Are immigrants living in isolated groups?

2.Are they actively taking part in helping the community?

3.Are they trying to learn habits, culture, and language?

4.Are Immigrants’ views of the “American dream ” different from an American?

Which of your issue questions do you personally find the most interesting? Why?

Are immigrant’s views of the “American dream ” different from an American?

I find this the most interesting question because, as an immigrant, I Have always been sold the idea of the American dream in movies, books, television, etc. Living in America for over 3 years has changed this vision into a more complex situation.

Four information questions related to the issue question you found the most interesting:

  1. Do immigrants believe in the American dream?
  2. Do immigrants believe that this dream is achievable?
  3. What do immigrants perceive as the key aspect of the American dream?
  4. Is the American dream something that could be replicated in other countries?

 

Professor reply to my Topic Proposal

 

You will find the term was from the 1930s during the Great Depression. One of the major changes was from being an agrarian country to an industrial country. Now we are a technological country with a service economy.

The first immigrants sought to own property, a farm, their own home. And, frequently, they wanted religious freedom. There was free land, no education system, no large federal government, no communication system, terrible roads, fords and ferries to cross water.   Many small towns and villages. They did want to stay, and they did learn English. The public-school system was developed to deal with the influx of European immigrant at the last 1/3 of the 19th century. Its focus was to make “Americans “of the immigrants.

Why do people come to America today?  (Do they plan to stay?  Are they sending money back to family in another country?)

Issues have developed as the amount of land available has decreased, factories have closed and jobs without education are almost non-existent.

 

Recommendations

So far, you have completed the following steps in the research process:

  1. Identified a topic and an issue within the topic,
  2. Developedan issue question that you are interested in answering
  3. Listed information questions whose answers will help you develop your own answer to your issue question
  4. You have worked on using resources in your text using quotations and paraphrasing.
  5. You have compiled an annotated bibliography of your five best sources.

In the next major assignment, the Exploratory Essay, you will consider three distinct ways of answering your issue question and trace how your thoughts on your topic have changed or deepened through your research. The exploratory essay will help you think through your own answer to the question on which you focused, which you will then use as the central claim of your Researched Argument and support with evidence from and commentary on your sources.

The Exploratory Essay is not a rehashed Annotated Bibliography. In the Annotated Bibliography, you considered each source in isolation and evaluated its usefulness for your essay. In the Exploratory Essay, you will synthesize your sources and generate a claim based on what you have learned from your research.

The Exploratory Essay is not an argument. In the Researched Argument, you will make and defend a claim. In the Exploratory Essay, on the other hand, you will show how your sources helped you arrive at your claim and how they inform your claim. It is the story of your own growth in learning and thinking. Write it as a narrative.

So…what is an exploratory essay? It is a narrative about your changes in your thinking and observatons about your learning.

The main purposes of an exploratory essay are present the evolution of different perspectives and evidence, to question your own viewpoints, and to formulate your thoughts about how to answer the issue question you chose for your topic. It is done in a story form. There is a first person narrator (I) who tells about this learning experience. Imagine yourself telling someone all about what you have been reading, learning and thinking about on this topic.

Before you start writing, please view Northern Virginia Community College’s video on exploratory essays.

 

Research:

 

Your research for this essay can include any of the following. Your research for the Research Argument, the next essay, will include at least two different types of resources. Essay 3 gets you started on the research for Essay 4.  It may include items that do not occur in the later paper.

Internet articles, magazines, journals, newspapers,  a protest song (google protest songs), a political slogan or cartoon, an image…photo, sculpture,painting, a report of a brief interview with someone(family member, friend, classmate)

Even if you use a dictionary, you do not quote the dictionary. For a definition to quote, you need a more specific source.

Always make a note of the exact resource documentation material before you leave the resource.

If you take a quotation, capture the page number.

 

focuses on what you have been thinking and learning from research. The thesis for this essay might be one of the following: my ideas have changed or developed; the research confirms what I thought; this is a new topic for me. You can create your own thesis statement. Keep in mind this paper is not an argument. You do not have to take a position on the topic.

  1. Introduction (15 points): Describes the topic, why it is worth pursuing, why it is problematic, why you, as the investigator, are interested in it; in other words, it hooks the reader.
  2. Content and Development (40 points): Includes #2-#4

Considers alternative views and plays them off against each other.

  1. Offers new, relevant input and responds to it thoughtfully. For readers, you need to summarize and explain the new input (from a book, article, interview) and then analyze and evaluate it, playing the believing and doubting game and exploring how this new input affects your thinking. Repeats this process several times.
  2. Integrates source material into essay correctly and effectively so that all borrowed facts, ideas, and words are documented and quotes are not left hanging. (Draws from three relevant sources)
  3. Works cited listis complete and correct. All sources are cited correctly within the essay. *Pass/fail. This is a requirement for this essay
  4. Conclusion (15 points): Closing is satisfying to reader, explaining how the process of exploration has affected your thinking on the issue you are investigating.
  5. Style (10 points): Your writing demonstrates careful editing with attention to stylistic choices such as strong use of verbs, use of attributive tags, strategic use of punctuation, and unified, linked paragraphs.
  6. Proofreading (20 points): Your essay demonstrates careful proofreading and does not contain serious errors in spelling or punctuation (in particular, comma splice errors, sentence fragments, fused sentences, misused semicolons or colons).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Content

 

Introduction: One to

several paragraphs

Establish that your question is complex, problematic and significant.

Explain why you are interested in this issue.

Present relevant background information on the issue.

Begin with your question or build up to it, using it to end your introduction.

Body Paragraph 1: First

viewpoint or source

Introduce your first source

Provide rhetorical context on it

Summarize the source’s content and argument

Offer your response to the source

Discuss how this source contributes to your understanding of the question (What did you learn?

What value does this source have for you? Was there any information lacking from the source?

Body Paragraph 2 and

rest of body paragraphs

Repeat the steps above

Explain how your thinking is being shaped by the information presented in these sources.

Conclusion Wrap up your intellectual journey and explain where you are now in your thinking and how your

understanding of the issue has changed.

Present your current answer to your question based on what you have learned so far or explain

why your opinion is inconclusive and what further research you may need to further delve into the

issue.

 

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