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Argumentative Informative Paper
In your last and final paper, you will be responsible for coming up with an argumentative and informative thesis statement about a topic of your choice. The only parameter in terms of topic is that your focus must be something your peers could or would be concerned with. For example, Medicare prescription drug coverage would not be the best choice, as college students generally don't deal with Medicare. You will need to conduct research that backs and supports your claim. Further, you will need to highlight and defend your claim against opposing arguments, which should be a substantial part of this paper. The opposing argument is key in this paper; you need to acknowledge "the other side," in a way that strengthens "your side." For this six to eight page paper, you should have one to two pages of background, two to four pages of your argument or "points," and one to three pages on the opposition (obviously organized in a way that is fluid and logical).
This paper is concerned with:
Analysis, Evaluation, and Synthesis of Course Information: Blending all you have learned this semester with counter argument skills and an understanding of such research elements as the primary source, and the difference between this type of source as opposed to the other secondary and tertiary sources from the last two papers, in writing. At this point of the course, you should be able to compose a Works Cited document that connects, clearly, to all sources in the document via in-text citations. You should be proficient in the evaluation of credibility, relevance, and potential of sources that range from books and qualified websites to peer reviewed articles and newspapers, as well as navigate through a library and reference databases.
6-8 pages (does not include Works Cited page)
Double-Spaced, 12-pt font
8 sources (Four scholarly journal articles; at least one newspaper article, no more than two qualified websites; "one primary source")
Minimum of 8 citations
In your last and final paper, you will be responsible for coming up with an argumentative and informative thesis statement about a topic of your choice. The only parameter in terms of topic is that your focus must be something your peers could or would be concerned with.