Write a persuasive essay in “third-person” in which you discuss an important social issue(s) that you feel strongly about.

” Write a persuasive essay in “third-person” in which you discuss an important social issue(s) that you feel strongly about. Include at least two academic articles from the Sac State library database(s) that are in some way connected to the social issue and explain the inception and historical background of the issue, how and why the issue has grown to include (and/or affect) different people for different reasons, what action needs to be taken, and what the consequenses will be if no action is taken. ”
I’m fine if the words are less than the amount needed for this assignment.Just tell me how much I need to pay and I’ll tip you for the words.
Ask questions please!
My school library link is https://library.csus.edu/
I am providing the four sources that are from my school library and you can’t access any of them. If the sources don’t work at all for this essay. Just tell me about the issue. You can go to my school library to search for topics but you won’t be able to see the contents of the article. I can try to find the sources you need or send me links to them and I can access them and send them your way.
Also I put a worddoc file of a annotated bibliography for the four sources and it might help you to finish this assignment.
Don’t worry about citing the sources since I have them.
I can extend one more day if you need it.
Follow the directions below—————————————————————————————————LIST IDEAS WITH BULLET POINTS. DO NOT WRITE LONG PARAGRAPHS!AGAIN NO Complete paragraphs. Just ideas of bullet points.
Always use “third-person” – no first-person “I”Introduction Paragraph – Explain the inception and historical background of the issueGet the reader’s attention! – ask a leading question; relay something enticing about the subject in a manner that commands attention. You could start with a related quote, alluring description, or narrative: (turned into third-person). Try and “hook” your reader into caring or becoming interested about your topic.Thesis Statement (connected to the end of your introduction paragraph)State your thesis – what you are “claiming” (or arguing) in one or two sentences. Be clear & concise!First Body Paragraph: Explain how and why the issue has grown to include (and/or affect) different people for different reasonsComplete, clear & to the point topic (main idea) sentence: ________________________________Supporting evidence (examples, facts, theories, statistics, quoted authorities, details, reasons, etc.)Supporting evidence (Introduce source material? Title of article)Supporting evidence (Analysis?)Additional support ?Multiple Body Paragraphs – (Each issue, point or topic connected to your thesis must be discussed in its own separate paragraph)Complete, clear & to the point topic (main idea) sentence: ________________________________Support (Introduce source material? Title of article)Support (Analysis?)Additional support ?Additional support ?Opposing Body Paragraph – What does the other side of your argument say? – Why are they wrong?Complete, clear & to the point topic (main idea) sentence: ________________________________Support (Introduce source material? Title of article)Support (Analysis?)Additional support ?Additional support ?Next Body Paragraph – What action needs to be taken?Complete, clear & to the point topic (main idea) sentence: ________________________________Support (Introduce source material? Title of article)Support (Analysis?)Additional support ?Additional support ?Conclusion Paragraph – What might be the consequenses if no action is taken?Summarize your thesis and how your evidence supports your points. Re-emphasize your thesis in a fresh way, showing how you have achieved your purpose. You may wish to appeal to the reader to see how you have come to a logical conclusion, or make a memorable final statement.