Over the weekend, produce and post a draft introductory paragraph to the second formal essay assignment. Be sure to include an argumentative thesis statement that clearly identifies your two chosen authors and texts, and the main point(s) that will be utilized to support your paper's thesis.
Remember that in your paper you can argue for the positive purposes and outcomes of graffiti and street art, you can argue against the negative purposes and outcomes of graffiti and street art, or you can argue for a combination of both positive and negative purpose and outcomes of graffiti and street art. Furthermore, the paper's main point(s) can stem from the list of ten possibilities that appear on the Rubric for Paper Two.
Please bring one hardcopy of your draft introduction and thesis statement to class. (Due Tue, 3/12)