This essay focuses on the opposition that you are right .In this essay, you will use at least four course texts (files provided below) and you will construct an argument of your own in relation.
In this essay, you will use at least four course texts (files provided below) and you will construct. An argument of your own in relation to those four texts. In other words, you will have a clear thesis statement that represents where you stand in relation to other authors writing about the same topic. In your concluding section, you should give consideration to what we, as scholars, should take away from this debate. What is the “So what? Who cares?” for your reader? 7 pages not including work cited MLA format essay guide along with the 4 required essays are provided for ease of access cite only the 4 essays provided. A debate is an organized argument or contest of ideas in which the participants discuss a topic from two opposing sides.
Those who agree with this statement or idea are the “Pro” side. Those who will not agree with this statement or idea are the “Con” side. Each side will show in an organized and clever way why they believe to have the right answers. They will use examples and evidence to support their ideas while working towards a conclusion.
The aim of a debate is to convince the opposition that you are right. When the two sides agree on the subject or when one side’s arguments are more convincing than the other side that is when the debate comes to a close. In a formal debate, a mediator (a person that has not agreed with the Pro or the Con) will decide who the winner should be. In an informal debate the argument can continue until the time when one side gives up