Ays couple should have the same right as married couples

1. What is the topic: Gay couples should have the same rights as married couples
2. What are the possibly different main claims/positions related to this topic? (There will be at least two (2) possibly different claims/positions, but there could be more; however, one of them will be YOUR claim/position.)
3. What is your position regarding the topic?
4. What a” evidencea have you offered to support your claim/position? Have you included your survey results?
5. Put your claim/position and a” evidencea through the a” Scientific Methoda and a” Proving a theorya steps. Are there any steps on which your claim/position and evidence do not measure up to the examination? If so, what can you do to make them more acceptable?
6. Who is your intended audience? (This does not have to be specifically your instructor.)
7. What is your purpose? What do you want the audience to do, to feel, or to think? Remember that a persuasive paper is always asking for some sort of response from the audience.
8. What words or phrases have you included to cause your audience to do, feel, or think the way that you want them to do, feel, or think? Include all of your motivational or empathetic a” cuesa for your audience.
9. How can your position actually better meet the needs of your audience than other possible positions?
10. What more might your audience need to know before they believe that they need to do, to feel, or to think that what you are suggesting should in fact cause them to be doing, feeling, or thinking something?
11. What position that is different from yours might cause your audience not to accept your position? (Note: There may be more than one.) Now that you have identified it, what do you need to add to your own argument to convince your audience that this alternate position should be rejected in favor of your own position?
12. Can you think of anything else that your audience might need in order to be persuaded by your argument?