Project 3 consists of a 1000-1200 word academic essay that supports an arguable claim through background/context on the topic, evidence, counterarguments, and conclusion that offers the reader something for further thought. The essay is complemented by a presentation that retains the same purpose and claim as the essay, but presents the evidence-based argument in a digital medium.
The project should be a 1000-1200 word draft that argues in support of a particular thesis, uses at least three sources, and includes both an introduction and conclusion. Instructors will provide extensive feedback on this Early Draft.
Part I: The Essay
You will generate an arguable claim and write a 1,000-1,200 word academic essay to support that claim, based on the following requirements:
- present your arguable claim in your thesis (the THesis should describe the topic and your position of it. And it
should mention all the introduction sentences of each paragraph)
- provide background on the topic
- use evidence to support your claim
- explain counterarguments and refute them to support your claim
- offer a conclusion that underscores why your argument matters within a larger context
Part II: The Presentation
After writing your academic essay, you will translate your argument into a presentation that retains the same purpose/claim as the essay. This presentation should follow the following requirements:
- Make a verbal argument that follows the thesis and claims presented in your written essay;
- Use Google Slides as a supplement to your in-class presentation. Your Google Slides presentation should (1) complement the spoken presentation and (2) follow proper design principles
- Evidence and outside materials (images, etc.) used in the digital remediation must be cited appropriately (document evidence through parenthetical citations in the text as well as on a Works Cited slide).
- Purpose Prior to Project 2 you developed a research question to guide the research you conducted, then situated that research in the historical context of your topic. In Project 2, you will write an argumentative essay and translate that argument into a Google Slides presentation for an audience of your peers who are less knowledgeable about your topic
- Moving from an assessment of the historical context from your Project 1 paper, the thesis for Project 2 should distinctly stake your claim in the argument. The thesis should respond to the research question by establishing an arguable claim. The thesis should include your understanding of counterarguments and develop evidence-based claims that support your argument on the topic.
in the attachment you will find my last work and the sources you have to use . The paper should be in MLA format.