Benefits of Animal Testing
a. Option 1: “Write a position paper that takes a stand on a controversial issue. Your introduction should present your issue, provide background, and state the claim you intend to support. In constructing your claim, strive to develop audience-based reasons. The body of your argument should summarize and respond to opposing points of view as well as present reasons and evidence in support of your own position. . . .Try to end your essay with your strongest arguments. Try also to include appeals to pathos and to create a positive, credible ethos.” The Allyn &amp; Bacon Guide to Writing, 5th edition, pp. 397-398.
b. Option 2: “Call your audience’s attention to a problem, propose a solution to that problem, and present a justification for your solution. . . . [C]reate a practical proposal … proposing a nuts-and-bolts solution to a local problem; or write a more general proposal, addressing a public issue.” The Allyn &amp; Bacon Guide to Writing, 5th Edition, p. 455.