Chat with us, powered by LiveChat A Better Childhood through Medication | Abc Paper
+1(978)310-4246 credencewriters@gmail.com
  

…………..Follow the DIRECTION on the Template provided………..I choice this title because I like the statement from this article below:
According to Forster (2016), The
benefits of behavior drugs are so great that it would be irresponsible not to
prescribe them to qualifying children. These drugs do more than give children a
chance at a normal childhood,
they also give parents a break from dealing with problems so they can focus on
teaching their children valuable life skills. Forster M. Point: A Better Childhood Through Medication. Points of View: Behavior Drugs & Children. March 2016:6. Retrieved fromhttp://search.ebscohost.com.chamberlainuniversity.idm.oclc.org/login.aspx?direct=true&db=pwh&AN=12436888&site=pov-live. Accessed March 6, 2019. Research the benefits of drugs and children with mental health disorder such as ADHD, Autism…. et….write a Pro-Con Position Paper regarding this issue……..TEMPLATE PROVIDED FOR ASSIGNMENT, THANK YOU………..
template_for_paper_3_3_19.docx

Unformatted Attachment Preview

Running head: PUT YOUR TITLE IN ALL CAPS HERE
Title in Upper and Lower Case
Your Name
Chamberlain Univesrity
Course Number: Course Name
Term Month and Year
1
PUT YOUR TITLE HERE IN ALL CAPS
2
Title of your Paper in Upper and Lower Case (Centered, not Bold)
This page begins your Pro-Con position Paper. Begin your introduction here. Be sure to
incorporate an attention grabber. You may also provide any necessary contextual or background
info here if needed. Do not attempt to prove the thesis statement in these sentences; don’t have
obvious ideas. Prove the thesis below it, not above it. If appropriate, provide a bridge from the
introductory sentences to the thesis. Remember to employ an objective tone by applying only 3rd
person point of view (no 1st: I, me, my, we, our, us, mine) or 2nd: you, your person point of
view), unless in direct quote. Then put your thesis statement here; the thesis must be one
complete sentence combining your opposition’s argument and your rebuttal.
1st Counter-Argument (your oppositions’ point)
Begin with a topic sentence written in your own words that presents your grounds. Next,
apply the evidence/warrant. Signal phrases are highly recommended to introduce new sources
(ex: According to Dr. John Smith, head physician at the Mayo Clinic…). Cite your sources in
APA format via parenthetical citations. Follow through with a few sentences examining the
evidence and connecting it back to your main point. If needed, apply any conciliatory language
to connect to the audience and avoid putting them on the defensive. Strive 5-10 developed
sentences in a college level paragraph.
****Note: based on which outline approach you chose in Week 5 (divided or alternating) your
draft will either continue with 2 other counter-arguments similar to the one above, followed by 3
rebuttal paragraphs – or it will jump straight to the 1st rebuttal as demonstrated below.
1st Rebuttal (your point)
PUT YOUR TITLE HERE IN ALL CAPS
3
Begin with a topic sentence written in your own words that presents your grounds. Then
identify the first point of contention. Discuss this point and why you disagree with it. Point out
faults in the argument; explain why the point has little merit. Then argue why your ideas are
superior. Then, apply the evidence/warrant. Signal phrases are highly recommended to introduce
new sources (ex: According to Dr. John Smith, head physician at the Mayo Clinic…). Cite your
sources in APA format via parenthetical citations. Follow through with a few sentences
examining the evidence and connecting it back to your main point. No conciliatory verbiage is
needed in the rebuttal paragraph, but you should still remain objective and respectful. Strive for a
minimum of 5 developed sentences in a college level paragraph.
….From here you will develop your remaining body paragraphs following a similar
approach. In the final paper, students should have at least 6 body paragraphs: 3 counterarguments
& 3 rebuttals, applying either the alternating or divided organizational approach.
Then put your conclusion or final paragraph here. Reiterate your main argument. Avoid
repetition or straight summarizing of earlier information. Instead, apply one of the concluding
techniques from our reading or Week 3 lesson. As before, strive for a minimum of 5 developed
sentences per paragraph. Then revise, edit, and proof your draft….and submit for an ‘A’!
PUT YOUR TITLE HERE IN ALL CAPS
4
References
Cite all 5 required credible sources here in APA format. List sources alphabetically.

Our essay writing service fulfills every request with the highest level of urgency.
attachment

error: Content is protected !!