Video Games Affect Weight Gain or Loss In Children

Video Games Affect Weight Gain or Loss In Children

Due on November 10 at 6:00 AM. Outline/Discussion: Argument Essay 1 1 unread reply. 1 1 reply. Overview: First of all, this must be submitted as a Google Doc, so go ahead and begin by typing this into a Google Document. Second, you are creating an outline for your Argument Essay. Make sure you review the Argument Essay guidelines (Links to an external site.) to know what you should be completing. Do not forget, your topic for this assignment is the same one you worked toward on your annotated bibliography. This means you already have a lot of knowledge and research to begin this outline. Expectations: For the outline, you need to include the thesis statement and then an outline of your body paragraphs. The outlined portion of it should include the topic you plan to cover in the essay and then quotes or evidence you intend to use within your body paragraph. Formatting: Please follow standard MLA formatting with your header, heading, title, and spacing. When you are creating your outline, it will help you if you use the outlining formatting that is built into most programs, including Google Docs. Consider using YouTube to watch videos on how you can use this feature. It will help you to create your outline to make sure you have it aligned properly. Every I needs a II, every A needs a B, and every 1 needs a 2. Criteria : This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDetailed thesis statement that presents both your position and the opposition’s position; only 1 sentence 3.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome4 to 5 body paragraphs outlined with topic sentence and quotes or evidence to support your topic sentence 4.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormatting and Organization: MLA formatting (heading, header, title, spacing, font style and size; margins); every I has a II, A has a B, and 1 has a 2. 3.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome-10: not a Google Doc linked into the discussion 0.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome-3: Did not capitalize “I” 0.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome-1: Used “things”/”stuff” or other vague language (review “What to Avoid in Academic Writing” Slide Presentation from week 1 for details)