Did you address at least three aspects of the issue you chose?

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook: Chapter 15Title: Think CriticallyAuthors: Peter Facione, Carol Ann GittensPublisher: PearsonPublication Date: 2015-01-26Edition: 3rdAPA CitationFacione, P. A., & Gittens, C. A. (2016). Think critically (3rd ed.). Boston: Pearson.This textbook is available as an e-book and can be accessed from the module view.LessonCompleted Week 5 Source Evaluation Worksheet (included annotated bibliography)Minimum of 5 scholarly sourcesIntroductionThis week, all the hard work youhave done in researching your topic and issue will come to fruition inyour argumentative paper. Once you feel you have got the final draft,try to put the paper aside, even for a few hours, and then read itagain.Did you address at least three aspects of the issue you chose?Does each aspect have relevant and authoritative evidence in support of your point?Have you included a view that is in opposition to your viewpoint,and have you answered that opposing view, pointing out its flaws in sucha way as to refute it?Edit your paper – look for wordiness, repetition, vagueness,ambiguities. Check the organization of the paper as a whole; make sureeach paragraph maintains focus. After you are satisfied that the contentof your paper is good, carefully proofread it and correct mechanicalerrors.
Here is a brief breakdown of the project so that you can plan your time in the course:WeekTaskWeek 1Topic Selection (uploaded in files)Week 3Issue Review (both sides) (uploaded in files)Week 5Thesis & Annotated Bibliography (both sides) (uploaded in files)Week 7Argumentative Paper (ASSIGNMENT TO BE COMPLETED)
This week, you will complete yourargumentative paper. Following the directions in assigned textbookreading on how write an argumentative essay on the issue you chose inWeek 1. Be sure your essay contains the following:An opening paragraph that states a clear thesis that is focused,plausible, and arguable and that gives direction and purpose to thepaperA fair-minded, balanced, and objective development of the pros andcons of the issue in a well-organized sequence of ideas, free ofmechanical errorsCredible, reliable, and authoritative evidence in support of the points madeA strong conclusion that summarizes your views, reminds the audienceof the issue and its importance, and shows in brief that you havesuccessfully defended your thesisNote:As you do your research, it is permissible to change your sources.Also, because of the recency and relevance of these issues, no sourcesolder than 5 years should be used other than as historical information.Critical thinkers do the research first and then side with thepreponderance of evidence. You might want to follow that principle.
Writing Requirements (APA format)Length: 4-6 pages (not including title page or references page)1-inch marginsDouble spaced12-point Times New Roman fontTitle pageReferences page