Instructions: This assignment requires you to work more on finding, evaluating, and planning how to use sources for your final paper.
- To complete this assignment, you will need to find at least 6 different sources that you plan to use in your final paper.Academic articles, books, and primary documents are all great sources. Newspapers and editorials can also be used, but be selective.Remember, you should already have three sources from completing Activity 10 – use these again for this activity if you are sticking with the same topic.
- Provide a reference for each of your 6 sources in proper APA format. Visit the APA guide at http://libguides.wvu.edu/apa for clarification on APA style.
- After each reference, you should provide a paragraph about the source that includes the following information:
- A brief 1-2 sentence summary of the source’s purpose
- How you will use the source in your final paper to support your argument
- Whether the information from that source supports or contradicts other information you have found on the topic
- Why the source is important to include in your final paper
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What to include in your paper: Structure your paper in an organized manner so that there is an introduction, body, and conclusion.
- In the introduction paragraph of your paper, make sure to clearly state your argument/claim. Your claim should be specific (e.g., if you are arguing for the legalization of euthanasia, are you arguing that it should be legalized under all circumstances or just certain circumstances?).
- In the body paragraphs of your paper, provide reasons (about 3) to support your argument/claim. Make sure to incorporate compelling evidence and various types of appeals that we have discussed throughout the course to persuade your audience. You should also address and refute potential opposing viewpoints.
- In the conclusion paragraph, summarize your claim/argument and the reasons you used in support. In addition, go beyond these points by providing implications about your argument. What should your audience do now?