Irresistible Introductions

The purpose of this essay is to disagree with a writer on a contemporary issue, and then to convince your reader of a contrary position. You will research your subject using academic sources so that you may knowledgeably refute the premise of his or her e

At least 3 full pages, formatted in Word as a .doc or .docx
Reference to at least two academic sources using correct MLA format—essays submitted without any academic sources will not receive credit YOU WILL NOT USE ANY GENERAL INTERNET SOURCES FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT (By the time you submit your final draft, you will have four academic sources.)
Typed in 12-point standard font and double-spaced with one-inch margins–see MLA Essay Format (8th Edition) (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
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A strong, arguable, carefully-worded thesis that disagrees with the argument of a published writer, making reference to the writer him- or herself before moving on to state your position. Example: “Although Herbert Rivera firmly believes in ‘charter schools as a route to specialization’ [his thesis], it is clear that charter schools are discriminatory [your thesis].”
Persuasive support using your academic sources
Edited and proofread (typos/ carelessness will reduce your grade)
Include a link to the original database article when you submit the rough draft
Give your essay a title
Write about something that interests you

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