Assignment 3-6 Argument Analysis

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3-6 Assignment 1 Submission: Writing Plan
1. What is the argument you will be addressing in your persuasive essay? Explain how the argument is derived from your major, the major you are considering pursuing, or your field of work.
In my chosen topic, the point I am trying to make is that changing high-school schedules to start later will not change sleep problems in teenagers. I am opposed to changing school schedules to later start times. I am a psychology major focusing on a child and adolescence development concentration. I want to work in the sleep research and education. I am interested in this topic because I think it is difficult for parents to come up with a plan or schedule that will benefit a child’s education. I will address the contributing problems in medical and brain sleep disorders, time management and parenting, and growing high-school demands, proving more should be done to help teenagers.
2. What are three possible key points for your selected topic? How do they support your main argument?
The three possible key points for my selected topic are medical and brain sleep disorders, time management and parenting, and growing high school demands. When it comes to teenage sleep problems, the three key points will show parents that there are
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Did the argument stand strong enough to convince that person to consider my side if they were opposed? The revision from someone else such as another student can show me something I overlooked. The student can teach me something that they may have caught on to, by working on their own essay. The feedback will be integrated by rereading and revising the draft with the other person’s suggestions and identifying if it makes sense to all parts of the essay. Revisiting the essay with other people’s feedback makes the essay stronger and gives an example of what the audience may notice in my

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