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Week 5 Body 2 Draft
If you have chosen to use the Classical Outline structure, you will continue with your arguments in support of your thesis this week. You will also address the Opposing Viewpoints and refute each with evidence. See Classical Outline
sections III. and IV.
If you have chosen to use the Rogerian Outline structure, you will begin to address your own arguments in support of your thesis, having addressed the Opposition last week. You will also draft a Statement of Benefits that suggests why your perspective is ultimately the more advantageous. See Rogerian Outline sections IV and V.
· Counterargument (Links to an external site.) - from the Harvard College Writing center.
· Opposing Viewpoint Example - This document is a piece of an effective opposing viewpoints section from a researched argument essay. The paper argues against the death penalty, and in this section the writer addresses the opposing viewpoint that the death penalty is a deterrent to crime. You will notice that the writer uses an unbiased tone throughout and also draws on research to support her refutation of the opposing viewpoint.
Classical Outlines: This section of the paper should be 4-6 pages. In this section, you will complete the arguments you have made in the Body section, and then address the Opposing Viewpoints, refuting each with specific evidence. See sections 3 and 4 of the outline.
Rogerian Outlines: This section of the paper should be 4-6 pages. In this section, you will draft your section IV., Arguments in Support of your Thesis and section V., Statement of Benefits.
1. Review the given resources and directions.
2. Write the Body 2 Draft.
3. Upload a copy of your Body 2 Draft section here in order to view your TurnItIn report.
If you have issues with correct use of academic sources, then you must self-correct before you hand in a revised draft during week seven.