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This essay requires you to analyze arguments on all sides of an issue that take different positions on the issue. After analyzing, each argument, you will write an essay that presents your analysis of how these different authors presented their arguments, citing all sources from the attached file, including the argument and background/ fact-checking sources. 1800-2000 words
Use the introduction to set up the background, establishing how long this debate has been going on, what are the main positions taken on the debate, who takes those positions, etc.
Since the introduction summarizes the debate, the thesis should not merely summarize the debate. Instead, the thesis should take a step back and, looking at the overall debate, state something interesting about it. What is interesting, strange, revealing, significant, etc. about your analysis of this debate? Your thesis could be the answer to this question.
Do not organize the body points by sources (do not usually mention a source in the first sentence of a paragraph). Instead, organize your points based on your ideas and use the sources as support for those ideas. Begin each point with a topic sentence that will clearly state the idea that you will develop. If your point spans several paragraphs, begin each paragraph with a transition sentence that sets up how the idea of that paragraph picks up where the idea of the last paragraph left off.
Put together disagreement within a paragraph, so that you can begin the paragraph with a topic sentence that will state the significance of that disagreement.
Always insert your voice into every point, commenting on the disagreement you describe in the sources. Use your voice to explain what is interesting, strange, significant, revealing, etc. about this disagreement (or about the agreement).
Cite all sources based on whatever is alphabetizing the works cited entry. If there is a page number for the source, include that page number.
Do not let a quotation stand alone as its own sentence, but instead always use your voice to lead into the quotation. Citing the source as part of the lead-in will help with this and will allow you to use better signal phrases to introduce the quotation.
Do not over-quote. When you quote, only quote the significant phrase that matters for your point. If you can summarize or paraphrase instead of quoting, do so (being careful to create a summary/paraphrase that is completely in your own words). Remember to cite all summaries and paraphrases also. Try to keep the turnitin percentage similar below 30% ideally.
Focus the conclusion on wrapping up what you are saying about the entire debate, bringing the ideas from the entire essay together in one place.
If you do not cite a source in the text of your essay, do not include it in the works cited. Include all sources cited in the text of the essay in the works cited.
This essay requires you to analyze arguments on all sides of an issue that take different positions on the issue. After analyzing, each argument, you will write an essay that presents your analysis of how these different authors presented their arguments, citing all sources from the attached file, including the argument and background/ fact-checking sources.