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Explore (research) the current conversation (the debate) surrounding social med
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Explore (research) the current conversation (the debate) surrounding social med
Explore (research) the current conversation (the debate) surrounding social media (its uses, flaws, potential, etc.) Then, synthesize your research findings by comparing and contrasting a variety of differing perspectives within the larger conversation. Based on your synthesis, conclude (your I Say) what areas of the discussion are most important to your audience, or what question about social media is preeminent. Be sure to explain the “why” and “how” of your claims with supporting evidence from the larger conversation. Remember, your task isn’t to simply agree/disagree with a writer’s points. Instead, you are entering the conversation. That means you’re not looking for sources to support a predetermined argument. No. Rather, you’re researching sources to FIND an argument. Ideally, you want to find a gap in the conversation, or a an unanswered question -- that’s your cue to chime in and add your voice to the growing conversation. Of course, be sure your essay has a clearly signaled beginning, middle, and end. Here’s a skill-based step-by-step approach. Audience: Please find an educational, commercial, or non-profit organization that you want to write for, and one that you think would care about your discussion on social media.

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