Journal: From Issue to Persuasion (GRADED)
Now that you’ve spent some time writing down some potential issues for your project, it’s time to narrow the focus. Reviewing the Opposing Viewpoints database – that’s the link provided–>
(https://go-gale-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/ps/browseCategory?userGroupName=nhc_main&inPS=true&prodId=OVIC&category=Health+and+Medicineand reviewing your brainstorming activity, select two potential issues that are related to your career of Nursing. Again, be sure you’re selecting and writing about two separate issues.
As you work on the journal, remember to refer to the assignment guidelines and rubric below to make sure you’re fulfilling each critical element. Assignment Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: The journal activity in this course is private between you and the instructor. This week, you spent some time reflecting on persuasion in your everyday life, and you shared some potential topic ideas with your peers and instructor. But why is persuasion so important? Let’s think about that a little bit in this journal assignment.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: After exploring the Opposing Viewpoints Database and reviewing your brainstorming activity, identify two issues that are related to your career or degree: Write a fully developed paragraph for issue one (5–8 sentences each). Explain at least two clear arguable sides to the issue. Explain how the issue relates to your field or degree or potential field or degree. Write a fully developed paragraph for issue two (5–8 sentences each). Explain at least two clear arguable sides to the issue. Explain how the issue relates to your field or degree or potential field or degree. After exploring the arguments related to your issues, take a moment to consider the bigger picture. Then, briefly reflect (in 1 to 2 paragraphs) on the importance of persuasion for the issue you are most likely to write about. Be specific in your assignment; this information will help guide you as you work on your project in the coming weeks. Identify which side you might argue if you plan to pursue this issue in your final persuasive essay. Identify your potential audience and why your topic would be relevant to them.
Guidelines for Submission: Save your work in a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Then, check your writing for errors.
Please use link provided above to retrieve your two separate issues and please also use reading attched called modle 1below as additional reference.