Write a well-researched, thesis-driven essay of at least 8 pages on a topic. In your paper you must analyze and evaluate at least 6 credible sources. You must include at least 3 scholarly, peer-reviewed sources, and at least 3 sources should represent an opposing or alternative viewpoint. Develop your own argument/thesis using cogent reasoning, as well as your source material to back up your claims. Paper well be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of an argument, including cogent or fallacious reasoning, as well as the assumptions, values, rhetorical moves, premises, and logical progressions that constitute a given argument. will be able to write about issues in a manner that demonstrates college-level writing skills, through drafting and revising essays with lucid arguments. writing will exhibit logical, clear thought, control of meaning, and maturity of style and appropriate tone. will be able to locate, evaluate, and engage appropriate and credible sources and correctly incorporate source material into their arguments in rhetorically effective ways.