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Prompt Directions: Picture it! You are in the courtroom. You are either the pros
Prompt Directions: Picture it! You are in the courtroom. You are either the prosecution (against) or the defense (for) a particular topic you are passionate about to begin the writing/persuasive process. The introduction is your opening statement for your argument in which you are trying to persuade the jury (your audience) to vote in your favor for your claim (thesis). The grounds (body) of your work is where you provide information, evidence, and support for your claim. The counterargument/rebuttal is where you address what the opposition would say about your topic. The conclusion is your closing argument in which you remind your readers what your claim and grounds are for your topic, and make a last push for your audience to side with you. Use your introduction from week 1 to develop into a full first draft of your essay. Requirements: Essays must be 3 pages minimum with a maximum at 5 pages; this does not include a title page, references, or illustration/appendix. Essays must be typed, double-spaced, and conform to the APA 7th edition. Essays must include in-text citations which match the references listed on the reference page. A minimum of four to a maximum of six academic sources (peer-reviewed, scholarly, and/or reliable sources) is required. References should be no more than five years old. Essays must be free of spelling, mechanical, grammar and punctuation errors. Your first draft must be as close to complete as possible. The more you give, the more I can guide you into a polished final draft. Essays must be uploaded by Sunday at 11:55pm in the appropriate format type and saved as lastname_firstname_1d_Coursecode. Your first draft is worth 80 points. Your final draft will be worth 100 points. I will be keeping copies of your first drafts. If your final draft is the same without any revision, I will not accept it, and you will get a grade of zero for the final. You must upload a copy of your draft, as well as pasting your work in the text box. Instructions Directions: Picture it! You are in the courtroom. You are either the prosecution (against) or the defense (for) a particular topic you are passionate about to begin the writing/persuasive process. The introduction is your opening statement for your argument in which you are trying to persuade the jury (your audience) to vote in your favor for your claim (thesis). The grounds (body) of your work is where you provide information, evidence, and support for your claim. The counterargument/rebuttal is where you address what the opposition would say about your topic. The conclusion is your closing argument in which you remind your readers what your claim and grounds are for your topic, and make a last push for your audience to side with you. Use your introduction from week 1 to develop into a full first draft of your essay. Requirements: Essays must be 3 pages minimum with a maximum at 5 pages; this does not include a title page, references, or illustration/appendix. Essays must be typed, double-spaced, and conform to the APA 7th edition. Essays must include in-text citations which match the references listed on the reference page. A minimum of four to a maximum of six academic sources (peer-reviewed, scholarly, and/or reliable sources) is required. References should be no more than five years old. Essays must be free of spelling, mechanical, grammar and punctuation errors. Your first draft must be as close to complete as possible. The more you give, the more I can guide you into a polished final draft. Essays must be uploaded by Sunday at 11:55pm in the appropriate format type and saved as lastname_firstname_1d_Coursecode. Your first draft is worth 80 points. Your final draft will be worth 100 points. I will be keeping copies of your first drafts. If your final draft is the same without any revision, I will not accept it, and you will get a grade of zero for the final. You are required to upload your work, and copy your work to the text box.

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