After you have written a free essay, it's time for you to write an academic essay.
The essay you'll write has to be an argumentative essay. That is, it has to have a thesis statement with your point of view about a given subject and you must defend your point of view with supporting evidence along the text.
When writing your text, keep the following features in mind:
- Don't forget to put a heading in your essay.
- Don't forget to give your essay a title. Remember that essay titles (and discussions) should not be too narrow or too general.
- Paragraphs are expected to be organized in terms of a topic sentence and the development of that argument (and/or evidence/examples that bring support to the argument).
- Each paragraph should revolve around ONE idea and have between 8 and 12 lines, preferably.
- You can chose from 2 topics to write about: Free will or Gender issues. Both topics are too general, you'll have to limit your essay to something related to one of these topics.
- The text should be aligned on both sides, with a paragraph indentetion of 1cm. The font must be Times News Roman size 12, with a 1,5 spacing between lines.
- The length of the essay should be between 450 and 600 words.
- Don't use contractions or colloquial language.
- Make sure you develop your argument(s) in a logical order.
- Check spelling, punctiation, and grammar.
- Attempt to use more complex syntax and vocabulary.
- Upload you essay by Sunday (September, 20th) at 11:55 PM in a word format.
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