You may choose any topic you wish as long as the topic has two clear sides and is not agreed upon by most of society. Your topic should be current and should have a narrow focus appropriate for a 3-5 page essay.

The topic you choose must be debatable and you must take a clear stand on one side of the issue. Your topic must also be on a small enough scale that it is appropriately narrow for a 3-5 page essay. Your essay must include a title, an introductory paragraph, which contains your argumentative thesis statement, at least three body paragraphs, which provide support for your argument and a conclusion paragraph. Research from at least two outside sources is required to provide evidence and support for your argument. Research must be cited using APA style. You must include a reference page, which lists the specific sources you used and properly cite the sources within your essay.
Also on a separate page, please answer these 4 reflection questions:

How did your purpose and audience shape the way in which you wrote your argument? (1-2 sentences)

What was the most difficult part of writing your argumentative essay? (2-3 sentences)

Which appeals did you use and how do you think they strengthened your argument? (3-4 sentences)

How has your understanding of argumentative writing changed after completing this unit? (2-3 sentences)

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