Rugmentative essay on which is better the pc or the mac computer

EVERYTHING THAT IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PAPER IS LOCATED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE REQUIREMENTS AT THE END I WILL BE NEEDING ALL OF THE REQUIRMENTS DONE WHEN COMPLETE WHEN YOU SEND THE EMAIL TO ME SYING ITS COMPLETE THE LAST TWO WERE NOT COMPLETE SO I AM HOPING TO AVOID THIS ISSUE AGAIN SO HERE ARE THE REQUIREMENTS PLEASE FOLLOW TO THE LETTER:

A· A preview page which includes the audience analysis, thesis/map, and outline.

o The audience analysis should contain approximately four or five sentences that define the intended audience of the essay.

o A complete sentence outline (using Roman numerals for major divisions, capital letters for subdivisions)

A· The final copy of the essay should be typed, double spaced with one inch margins. Use Times New Roman as your font style and 12pt as your font size.

A· Heading: Beginning one inch from the top of the first page and flush with the left margin, type your name, your instructoras name, the course number, and the date on separate lines, double-spacing between the lines).

A· If you use research material to support your major claim, you must document within your paper by using in-text citations and include an MLA formatted Works Cited page. Please note that research is NOT required for this paper.

In an argumentative essay, the writer tries to convince the reader of a point of view on a controversial issue (something that people disagree about). To convince your readers, you must provide sufficient reasons for your position. This means that you must provide logical arguments to back up your assertions.

(For the argumentative essay without research, you do not need to conduct research. You are free to strictly provide your own opinions on these topics -backed up with logical arguments, of course.)

Format:

This is a 5-paragraph essay (introduction, three body paragraphs, and conclusion). This means that you must write five complete paragraphs. You essay should not have any missing or incomplete paragraphs.

Introduction:

The introduction should include a hook that introduces a controversial issue. The hook may be a short story or an anecdote, a question, or a surprising statement or fact that makes the reader want to know more. The middle sentences explain why the issue is important by giving background information. This background information explains the issue with details about the history of the people involved, what they want, or how it affects them. (You must have no less than 4-6 lead-in sentences.) The thesis statement at the end presents the argument (makes that claim that will be supported by evidence in the body of the paper). The thesis statement for his essay should be structured such that it states a call to action and/or states your opinion. As usual, a three-point map is required.

Body:

Each body paragraph should have a topic sentence that refers to the key words of the thesis and the map. The following sentences support the topic sentence with examples, facts, and consequences to help the reader understand the writeras point of view. Also, each body paragraph should include a statement (or statements) that describe the opposing opinion. This is called the counter-argument. The writer then argues against the counter-argument. This is called a refutation. In the refutation, the writer points out weaknesses in the counter-argument, and shows how his/her own argument is stronger.

Conclusion:

This restates the writeras opinion, but often using different, more persuasive language. It may also offer a warning, a prediction, or other type of comment that reinforces the writeras viewpoint.

Requirements:

A· A preview page which includes the audience analysis, thesis/map, and outline.

o The audience analysis should contain approximately four or five sentences that define the intended audience of the essay.

o A complete sentence outline (using Roman numerals for major divisions, capital letters for subdivisions)

A· The final copy of the essay should be typed, double spaced with one inch margins. Use Times New Roman as your font style and 12pt as your font size.

A· Heading: Beginning one inch from the top of the first page and flush with the left margin, type your name, your instructoras name, the course number, and the date on separate lines, double-spacing between the lines).

A· If you use research material to support your major claim, you must document within your paper by using in-text citations and include an MLA formatted Works Cited page. Please note that research is NOT required for this paper.