Choose a topic that interests you and one which you have not already written on or will not be writing/speaking on in another class. The topic should not be related to your field of study. For example, if you are a nursing student, you should avoid health related topics! assume an audience of your peers and your instructor in this class: that is, write for a general educated audience (define specialized terms) topic must be something about which there is current debate in Canadian society - for this class, please write on a topic outside of your technical / professional specialty. sufficiently narrow your topic so you can discuss it adequately in general, overworked topics such as abortion and capital punishment will not be approved; a good starting point is to focus on relevance within a contemporary Canadian context, to connect with your audience. must acknowledge and refute (or concede) at least 3 opposing arguments use a fair, unbiased tone (must build credibility through an objective tone) incorporate appropriate appeals (must use appeals--rational, emotional, ethical--that are appropriate and effective for topic) avoid fallacies (errors in logic and argumentation) be written in your own words (except quotations) remember to follow the general essay guidelines at the top of this page provide at least 5 sources in References or Works Cited cite at least 5 sources within the body of the paper include relevant, specific sources that will persuade your audience
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