. Controversial in the Classroom


Use the controversial issue you selected to prepare a supporting argument, and then refute your controversial issue.
Use the four steps of an argument presented in Ch. 11 of Working in Groups when developing your supporting argument.
Use the six steps of refuting an argument described in Ch. 11 of Working in Groups. Write a formal academic paper in which you include the following:
• Present your supporting and refuting arguments. • Explain how the four-steps of an argument was used to present your supporting argument. • Explain how the six-steps of a refuting argument was used to present your refuting argument.
Include at least three cited sources that defend the claims that you present. The sources must be credible and appropriate to this assignment. Select your sources from peer-reviewed materials in the university library. You may use the course textbook as one of the sources that you cite.
Include a 5- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation in which you present your supporting and refuting arguments in accordance with the four- and six-step methods of presenting and refuting an argument.
Format your paper and presentation consistent with APA guidelines.