* Required Elements Be sure that your essay has: • your name, the date, and the course and section number in the upper left corner ( MLA format) • an
* Required Elements Be sure that your essay has: • your name, the date, and the course and section number in the upper left corner ( MLA format) • an introductory paragraph—this should provide context for the reader; it should include information about the general topic being addressed as well as the more specific concerns or issues to be examined; it should also include your thesis statement. • a thesis statement—this sentence should be direct and make clear your position or stance in the debate. mine: The United States should provide Universal Healthcare to everybody. • at least three supporting claims/points—be sure to organize your essay around the concerns and/or supporting claims, and not around the authors or articles. • At least one counterargument (i.e., a naysayer voice or an opposing viewpoint) • At least one refutation of a counterargument (i.e, a rebuttal) • focused and well-organized paragraphs, with clear topic sentences—each topic sentence should offer a claim that addresses a specific concern or issue and functions to support the thesis. • direct quotes and/or paraphrases, cited in MLA format, from all of the sources used. • a clear concluding paragraph • a Works Cited page, in MLA format, listing a minimum of 6 (six) sources ( already did in a previous assignment) Minimum Requirements The final draft of your essay will be a minimum of 1500 words (approximately 6 pages, not including Works Cited), typed and double-spaced with appropriate (1 inch) margins and in standard 12 point font. The essay will include a minimum of 6 sources. The final draft of your essay must also include all of the required elements noted above. Topic: Should the United States provide Universal Healthcare?
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