The title of your op-ed is This is the One Thing Cities Need to Do Now. The title reflects one of the first rules of op-ed writing: write about one thing. An op-ed should start with the main point (what cities should do) and offer specific recommendations. You will be writing about a topic you feel strongly aboutyou have to convince your readers that they should care too. It should be no longer than 700 words (I will not read past 700 words in evaluating it). There are many sources of advice for op-ed writing. Here is one I like from a NYT columnist: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/25/opinion/tips-fo…
Rothstein, R. 2020. The Neighborhoods We Will Not Share. (????????) New York Times. (Jan 20).
Pinto, E.J. and T. Peter. 2019. To solve the problem of unaffordable entry-level housing, abolish single-family zoning. (????????) American Enterprise Institute. (Dec. 10).
NYT Editorial Board. 2019. Americans Need More Neighbors (????????). New York Times (June 15).
We will discuss the op-eds on the last day of class. The grading scale is the same as for essays. grading rubric is in the doc, another doc is the syllabus
and I did one and got 70 from my professor and she ask me to rewrite it. i put it in the following doc. and I got a reply from professor :Addresses One Policy Topic (12%) 9 Explains the Context Adequately (26%) 22 Clearly Details Policy or Position Being Supported (26%) 20 Provides Adequate Evidence to Support Case (26%) 19 Well Written and Organized (10%) 8 78
Your op-ed misses the point of the assignment. The idea is to advocate for one policy proposal. Please read the syllabus and the link on writing a good op-ed. If you want to redo it, you can if you get it to me by noon tomorrow. Let me know if you have questions. If you dont resubmit (by email in word) by noon, your current grade will stand.
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