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These topics will allow your stance to be arguable and defendable. Once you have selected your topic, you will need to take a stand on one side of the issue and argue from that point of view. Keep in mind that you will need to present valid evidence from both sides to create a strong, credible argument that supports your position. Requirements: MLA Format 12 point font (Times New Roman) 3 pages Works Cited page Have at least 2 sources (the article from Rhet. Essay, and one showing your stance) NO FIRST PERSON Use one of the three articles from the Rhetorical Analysis Essay Objectives: Provide sufficient, relevant context so your audience understands your topic State a clear, debatable claim/thesis Support your claim by presenting credible evidence from a variety of sources Identify and acknowledge the counterargument to your claim Offer a conclusion that summarizes your evidence and restates your original claim in a new way In addition to using information provided by outside sources found during your research, you should also present your own insights on the issue to show the audience what you already know about the subject Avoid using fallacies that will weaken your argument and lessen your credibility with the audience. Write effective sentences using concise language, proper grammar, and correct punctuation. Article in web magazine Works Cited: Last name, First name. Article Title. Web magazine title, date of publication, website url. Do NOT put whole url, just main site i.e. alistapart.com Bernstein, Mark. 10 Tips on Writing the Living Web. A List Apart: For People Who Make Websites, 16 Aug. 2002, alistapart.com/article/writeliving. Accessed 4 May 2009. The article from the rhetorical analysis: https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/impact-of-social-media/