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  • Illustrate ability to use third person point of view effectively in an argument.
  • Present a thesis statement at the end of the introductory paragraph.
  • Support the thesis using RESEARCH MATERIAL and specific details.
  • Illustrate the ability to argue a position or a solution argument.
  • Support the thesis using research material and specific details.
  • Do not list sources in your Works Cited page that are not cited somewhere in the text of your paper.
  • Failure to cite works quoted in your paper is considered plagiarism resulting in a failing grade on this paper. Be careful
  • Develop a complete draft of your essay using your improved Argument Essay Outline. It should meet the following requirements. Papers submitted that do not meet the requirements will be returned to you ungraded.
    1. A two-part thesis including statement of position; and forecast of your lines of reasoning
    2. A minimum of three credible outside sources formatted on a source page (MLA, Works Cited)
    3. MLA formatting (see the MLA Format page as needed)
    4. Choose a specific issue in which two credible parties have documented clearly opposing positions and clear agendas
    5. Choose the position you agree with and argue that position using the following:
    6. Three separate lines of reasoning;
    7. Each line of reasoning will support your position with research (example, testimony, and fact/data, or any combination) that supports your position; and
    8. Research about the opposing position’s views
    9. Present the opposing views and refute them.
    10. Include a two-part thesis with: Statement of position; and Forecast of your lines of reasoning
    11. Develop an enticing title that implies your position.
    12. Use a sympathetic appeal and/or cited research in the introduction to establish the issue.
    13. Avoid addressing the assignment directly. (Don’t write “I am going to argue about…” Instead, introduce the issue in a more compelling way that makes the reader care.)
    14. Your voice should be professional and scholarly.