This is for Bill Tutor

This is for Bill Tutor

IIn order to strengthen your own position on an issue, it is important to know how to answer the opposition. Exploring the opposition will help you refine your ideas and know what objections you will need to answer when finding solutions to this problem.n order to strengthen your own position on an issue, it is important to know how to answer the opposition. Exploring the opposition will help you refine your ideas and know what objections you will need to answer when finding solutions to this problem.ÿ Assessment Directions:ÿ For this exercise, choose 10 statements from those given below and write a brief responsetwo to three sentencesstating your position and explaining at least two reasons why you hold it.ÿ 1. Violence is better than reason in dealing with dangerous situations.ÿ 2. Only the good die young.ÿ 3. Its human nature to be greedy.ÿ 4. Capital punishment is a deterrent to crime.ÿ 5. If people are unemployed, they must be lazy. Theres a job for everyone who really wants to work.ÿ 6. Everyone has a value system of some kind.ÿ 7. We know ourselves better than others know us.ÿ 8. An unborn fetus is a human being.ÿ 9. If guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.ÿ 10. Truth is an intensely personal matter: What is true for me is not necessarily true for you.ÿ 11. Winning isnt everythingits the only thing.ÿ 12. Challenging anothers opinion is a sign of intolerance.ÿ 13. Atheists are generally moral people.ÿ 14. Censorship is evil.ÿ 15. Black people are better athletes than white people.ÿ 16. The oil companies manipulate gasoline prices.ÿ 17. Getting your feet wet can cause a cold.ÿ 18. Homosexuals are as likely to control their sexual urges as are heterosexuals.ÿ Please format your responses like this:ÿ 1. Original statement 2. My position on that statement 3. Two reasons why I hold this position EN3220: Module 3 Stating and Justifying a Position Exercise 3.1 Stating an Opinion on a Position ÿ 2ÿÿ Submission Requirements:ÿ Submit your responses for grading in a Microsoft Word document. Adhere to Standard English grammar, spelling, and punctuation requirements. Use 12-point Arial font and double-space.ÿ


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