express opposing viewpoints paying college athletes W r i t i n g

express opposing viewpoints paying college athletes W r i t i n g


Directions

Once you are ready to begin the test, please click on “Start Quiz” below.

You will be given two short articles, which express opposing viewpoints paying college athletes. You will not be able to see these articles until you begin the test. You will have 120 minutes to read the articles and write an essay on the same topic, using the articles as support. You should take a clear stance on the issue (choose a side) but also address the counter argument somewhere in your essay.

You will submit your essay by writing in the text box. Do not worry about formatting in MLA, but do make sure to introduce and cite your sources as you write.

**You are not allowed to use any outside sources (no other articles, no Google translate, and no other people).

Prompt

This assignment asks you to respond to the topic both articles address with an argument of your own in an essay that is 5 paragraphs in length.

In your argument, be sure to:

  • Include a thesis statement identifying your position on the topic. To develop your thesis, provide clear topic sentences/sub-claims/reasons.
  • Support your argument with evidence of and analysis from the provided texts, using correct MLA format for citations. Follow PIEIE paragraph format.
  • Be sure to address and respond to a counter-argument in your essay.

Note: this is a timed quiz. You may check the remaining time you have at any point while taking the quiz by pressing the keyboard combination SHIFT, ALT, and T… Again: SHIFT, ALT, and T…

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Question 1100 pts

Please read the articles below on recycling.

Recycling

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Prompt

This assignment asks you to respond to the topic both articles address with an argument of your own in an essay that is 5 paragraphs in length.

In your argument, be sure to:

  • Include a thesis statement identifying your position on the topic. To develop your thesis, provide clear topic sentences/sub-claims/reasons.
  • Support your argument with evidence of and analysis from the provided texts, using correct MLA format for citations. Follow PIEIE paragraph format.
  • Be sure to address and respond to a counter-argument in your essay.

Note: this is a timed quiz. You may check the remaining time you have at any point while taking the quiz by pressing the keyboard combination SHIFT, ALT, and T… Again: SHIFT, ALT, and T…

Flag question: Question 1

Question 1100 pts

Please read the articles below on recycling.

Recycling

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Prompt

This assignment asks you to respond to the topic both articles address with an argument of your own in an essay that is 4-6 paragraphs in length.

Please argue on the following prompt: Should we recycle or not?

Please write your response in the text box. Don’t worry about formatting in MLA but do make sure to introduce and cite your sources. Do not use any outside sources. Doing so will result in a 0 on the exam.

In your argument, be sure to:

  • Include a thesis statement identifying your position on the topic. To develop your thesis, provide clear topic sentences/sub-claims/reasons.
  • Support your argument with evidence of and analysis from the provided texts, using correct MLA format for citations.
  • Be sure to address and respond to a counter-argument in your essay.

please don’t take nothing from online. no online resources. only use the document that I send as resource