Statement of an ethical dilemma that takes a specific position and acknowledges the complexities of the issue being discussed.
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1.Your paper must be typed in Times New Roman 12 pt. font, double spaced with 1 inch margins. It must be correctly formatted in MLA citation style that includes a work cited page. All papers should be at least 1000 words
1.Work cited pages are not included in the word count, nor are headings.
You must use and cite a total of at least six scholarly sources. Remember that you can use the Opposing Viewpoints Library Guide 1.They may not be websites that do not have a .org or .edu ending or disreputable news sites. If you use Wikipedia, you will receive an automatic 0. ANY instances of plagiarism will also result in a 0 for the essay, failure of the course, and an honor council referral.
- Statement of an ethical dilemma that takes a specific position and acknowledges the complexities of the issue being discussed. This means that it is imperative to your grade that you have a fully-formed thesis statement based on an ethical issue. (Introduction)
- Analyzes assumptions through evaluation of relevant contexts and uses evidence to develop a comprehensive analysis or synthesis. Your analysis happens throughhout the body of your paper. It is where you present your arguments and tell me why you are correct through both your own analysis and the use of scholarly sources. This also includes acknowledging any opposing viewpoints in a thoughtful, nonbiased manner and refuting those arguments without relying on unsupported opinions. (Body Paragraphs)
- Draws logical conclusions that reflect an informed evaluation and ability to use and place evidence and perspectives discussed in priority order. You should have presented information to support your thesis statement throughout the course of your paper and in your concluding paragraph you should articulate how you have proven that thesis. (Conclusion)