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Topic:  the use of online education as the mode for instructing students at this corona crisis 
Analysis Paper
If you can, please watch this video for help – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HXqL4tYRHI
Communication is used to inform, to persuade and to analyze. In this assignment, you will analyze both sides of an issue and then present a fair and objective analysis. You will practice looking at both sides of an issue by writing an argument, a counterargument, and rebuttal.
Remember that you should not use the same topic you used for your Week 5 paper. This is a new topic.
Your introduction paragraph should include a “hook” to grab the reader’s attention.  The thesis statement must be the last sentence of your introduction and must contain three parts. To provide support for your thesis, you should use credible sources and cite them according to the style of your discipline. In this persuasive paper, you will follow this structure and include a counterargument in which you introduce and provide support for a contradictory point of view. Following the counterargument, you will provide a rebuttal, in which you explain why your initial point of view is more compelling than the counterargument. Both the counterargument and rebuttal should be integrated smoothly into your paper; no headings are needed to announce them. The conclusion should restate the strongest points from your argument and reinforce the conclusion while giving the reader something to think about moving forward. The conclusion may mention the counterargument and rebuttal.
· PURPOSE:   To analyze
· AUDIENCE:   Classmates, others interested in the field
· LENGTH:   1,000 words (Times New Roman font).
· SOURCES:   5 (five) sources total, with at least 1 (one) from a professional journal in the APUS Library (peer-reviewed)
· FORMAT:   The citation style that is appropriate for your discipline

· SUBMIT:   In ASSIGNMENTS submit your essay by uploading your Word file
Use only third person (he/she/they) for a more professional tone. Avoid first person (I, my, us, we) and second person (you and your) in your essay.
**Remember that all work submitted is to be your own original work except where properly acknowledged and cited. Do not reuse work, papers, or speeches from previous (or concurrent) classes as this violates APUS academic integrity policies. (Make sure to note the section on self-plagiarism.) **