persuasive piece but it was more informative and didn't use the rhetoric nearly as well as the other article. Even after reading these two sources lots of questions still may remain. Including the biggest one of all, which side is winning and which side will win in the end? For all the other questions we may have on abortion, it may be as easy as to look them up on the Internet; except for this one. As of right it is unclear. With abortions being conducted all around the world pro-choice may have the upper hand as of right now. However, only time will tell if the pro-life movement will have any impact on the legality and practice of abortions around the world.
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Writers Memo (used MLA format) 1) The most difficult aspect of doing research for this essay was finding two sources on my topic. This was especially relevant when it came to looking for pro-choice sources addressed this by asking peers and the professor what they thought about my sources. 2) I am not that confident in my sources. The pro-life article is good in terms of using rhetoric appeals however my pro-choice one is not. It doesn't seem like a very persuasive piece with a purpose. This is due to not being able to find a better source. 3) I began with finding two sources and then writing an outline. This helped me get through this essay faster and also have better structure throughout my paper. 4) I had to redirect my efforts a lot. This came in terms of focusing more on the paper in general. A little before halfway through it began to get hard to focus on the paper. With these types of papers I get uninterested very easily which was the cause of this. 5) I am most confident that I covered all the points I needed to in this essay well. 6) The most work I need is sentence structure and the overall language I use. 7) My biggest takeaway is that I can write these long boring papers if I set my mind to it.
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