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In “Supersize Your Child?” Richard Hayes makes an argument about “the era of genetically modified children.” Write an essay that first summarizes his argument, then analyzes it in terms of claim, support, and warrant, and then responds to it in some way. Some possibilities for response (although you’re by no means limited to these):
Disagree with Hayes. Argue that genetically modifying our offspring is something that parents should be allowed, or even encouraged, to do.
Extend his argument by discussing another context in which our technological ability has outpaced our ethical reflection. (Artificial intelligence comes to mind.)
Both Richard Hayes and Kiara Ventura write about the need for government regulation. What do you think–is more government intervention the way to go?Strategy. Whichever option you choose, your essay will have three parts (in addition to an introduction and conclusion). In the first, you will summarize the essay you are responding to, articulating its main points in your own words and incorporating direct quotes where desirable. In the second, you will analyze the effectiveness of its argument, beginning with but not limiting yourself to Toulmin’s categories. In the third, you will respond to it in any way you like, bringing your own insights and ideas to the forefront of the conversation.
Organization. Organization is critical in this essay. You should have three clear sections–a summary, an analysis, and a response–in addition to an introduction and conclusion. Feel free to use MLA-style section headings if you want to.
Format. Your essay must be at least 1000 words long; it may be longer, but no shorter. It should be typed in a 12-point Times New Roman font and be double-spaced with one-inch margins all around. It should have an appropriate (or better yet, interesting) title (not “Essay 1”). It should cite any sources (including your textbook) in correct MLA format.