What civic lessons can we learn from Aristotle’s participatory model of democracy to enhance citizenship today?.
A good essay is well structured. At a minimum, every essay should have an opening paragraph, introducing the idea and basic argument. Subsequent paragraphs should be devoted to detailing the idea and supporting your argument with information from the course materials – this serves to demonstrate that you both understand the topic which you are discussing, and can make a reasoned case for why your position is valid or true. Once you have completed your argument, it is always a good idea to recap your ideas and argument, revisiting them to again remind the reader of the original summary statement from the start of the essay. Examination and Analysis. The body of your paper should focus on the examination and analysis of the essay question. Identify the authors you are discussing and provide a fair assessment of their contribution to the debate. Support your argument with textual evidence drawn from our required readings and insights gleaned from class discussions. Be sure to draw your own conclusions to form a compelling answer to the essay. This exam is based on Aristotle’s “The Politics”