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Essay: Argument 13 people liked this0 discussionsREADING ASSIGNMENTYour project must be submitted as a Word document (.docx, .doc)*. Your project will be individually graded by your instructor and therefore may take up to five to seven days to grade.Be sure that each of your files contains the following information:Your nameYour student ID numberThe exam numberYour email addressTo submit your graded project, follow these steps:Log in to your student portal.Click on Take Examnext to the lesson you’re working on.Find the exam number for your project at the top of the Project Upload page. Follow the instructions provided to complete your exam.Be sure to keep a backup copy of any files you submit to the school!ArgumentPeople argue all the time—over what movie to see, what to have for dinner, whom to vote for. People generally have strong opinions, and many don’t hesitate to express them. Your friend doesn’t want to see the same movie you do because he doesn’t like gory horror. Your partner wants to eat at a restaurant that serves healthy food. Your coworker won’t vote for any candidate who doesn’t support universal healthcare.Your argument essay is an amplified version of those types of arguments you have with family, friends, and coworkers each day. The difference is that you’ll be conducting research and using the information you find to explain a problem and then provide a solution.The argument essay is 1,600–1,800 words and must incorporate a minimum of four secondary sources.
There’s no graded prewriting assignment for your argument essay.Assignment ObjectivesUse prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing to write a formal, college-level essay.

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