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Instructions: In part one of this phase, provide evidence to support your position that was stated in the thesis and apply decision-making models. Examine and evaluate real events and/or case studies that support your position and thesis statement. Provide at least four supporting evidence/claims. In the second part of this phase provide at least two counterevidence/claims towards your position.

Supporting Evidence/Claims

  • Evidence/Claim One
    • Topic Sentence. Provide a clear topic sentence-state your reason that supports your thesis.
    • Introduction of Evidence/State evidence. Introduce the first supporting evidence of your thesis in one sentence. What supporting evidence (reasons, examples, facts, statistics, case studies, and/or quotations) can you include to prove/support/explain your topic sentence?
    • Explain Evidence. How should the audience read or interpret the evidence you are providing us? How does this evidence prove the point you are trying to make in this paragraph? Can be opinion based and is often at least a paragraph.
  • Evidence/Claim Two
    • Topic Sentence. Provide a clear topic sentence-state your reason that supports your thesis.
    • Introduction of Evidence/State evidence. Introduce the first supporting evidence of your thesis in one sentence. What supporting evidence (reasons, examples, facts, statistics, case studies, and/or quotations) can you include to prove/support/explain your topic sentence?
    • Explain Evidence. How should the audience read or interpret the evidence you are providing us? How does this evidence prove the point you are trying to make in this paragraph? Can be opinion based and is often at least a paragraph.
  • Evidence/Claim Three
    • Topic Sentence. Provide a clear topic sentence-state your reason that supports your thesis.
    • Introduction of Evidence/State evidence. Introduce the first supporting evidence of your thesis in one sentence. What supporting evidence (reasons, examples, facts, statistics, case studies, and/or quotations) can you include to prove/support/explain your topic sentence?
    • Explain Evidence. How should the audience read or interpret the evidence you are providing us? How does this evidence prove the point you are trying to make in this paragraph? Can be opinion based and is often at least a paragraph.
  • Evidence/Claim Four
    • Topic Sentence. Provide a clear topic sentence-state your reason that supports your thesis.
    • Introduction of Evidence/State evidence.
      • Introduce the first supporting evidence of your thesis in one sentence.
      • What supporting evidence (reasons, examples, facts, statistics, case studies, and/or quotations) can you include to prove/support/explain your topic sentence?
    • Explain Evidence. How should the audience read or interpret the evidence you are providing us? How does this evidence prove the point you are trying to make in this paragraph? Can be opinion based and is often at least a paragraph.

Note: Supporting your argument.

With using Facts, Statistics, Quotes, or Examples do not confuse facts with truths. A “truth” is an idea believed by many people. Also, do not let facts/stats/quotes/examples take the place of your opinion. These are supplementary, meaning they support and DO NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF your argument, however, you still need to use them.

Counterevidence/Claims

Most ethical issues have positions for both sides (for or against), Choose two supporting evidence/claims and provide counterevidence/claims that opposes or disproves those claims. You can generate counterevidence/claims by asking yourself what someone who disagrees with you might say about each of the points you’ve made about your position. Once you have found some counterevidence/claims, consider how you will respond to them–will you concede that the evidence/claims have a point but explain why your audience should nonetheless accept your position? Will you reject the counterevidence/claims and explain why it is mistaken? Either way, you will want to leave your audience with a sense that your position is stronger than the opposing position.

Counterevidence/claim One

  • Summarize the evidence/claims and provide supporting information for the evidence claims
  • Refute the counterevidence/claims
  • Provide evidence

Counterevidence/claim Two

  • Summarize the evidence/claims and provide supporting information for the evidence claims
  • Refute the counterevidence/claims
  • Provide evidence

Length & APA Requirement: 6 to 7 pages (can exceed the minimum length requirement). Utilize substantial references (i.e. scholarly resources, newspapers, books, PBSC library databases, Google Scholar, etc) and complete in-text citations-APA style.