Posted: September 5th, 2021
Assignment 3: LASA 1: Full Sentence Outline
A full sentence outline will build on the information you presented in your research proposal. Following the format described in the “Outline Format and Example” lecture in this module, you will write an introduction paragraph for your essay, outline topic sentences for each supporting point, list sub-points to be included in each paragraph, detail and address counter-arguments to your thesis, and write a conclusion paragraph for your paper. In addition, you will be utilizing your research sources to provide additional support for your thesis statement.
This assignment represents a crucial step toward the development of your final paper. To ensure you complete your outline thoroughly and accurately, keep the following tips in mind:
By Wednesday, January 22, 2014, using the previously discussed format from the online course content, “Outline Format and Example,” create a full sentence outline and submit it to the M3: Assignment 3 Dropbox. Use the file-naming format: LastName_First Intitial_ENG101_M3_A3Outline.
|Assignment 3 Grading Criteria||
|Essay in required format||
|Three main Supporting Points||
|Sub-Points to elaborate on each Supporting Point||
|Response to Counter-Arguments||
|Usage and Mechanics—Grammar, Spelling, Sentence structure||
|APA Elements—Attribution, Paraphrasing, Quotations||
|Style—Audience, Word Choice||
example of what is needed:
Surrogate parenting is a controversial practice in which a woman becomes pregnant and carries a child to term for another person or couple. In doing so, the woman makes the miracle of parenthood possible for people who are biologically or ethically unable to give birth. At the same time, the surrogate can earn a much-needed fee for providing her services. For these reasons, legal restrictions should not be part of this very personal and private transaction, but the United States should adopt a code of ethics pertaining to surrogacy.
SUPPORTING POINT 1
Surrogacy should not be illegal because it benefits parents who want children, but who are unable to conceive.
SUPPORTING POINT 2
A singular code of ethics would help to alleviate confusion and potential misunderstandings due to differing guidelines from state to state.
SUPPORTING POINT 3
Surrogacy programs in other countries have been ethical and successful when clear guidelines are in place.
Families may not feel the same affection toward a child born to a surrogate mother.
RESPONSE TO COUNTER-ARGUMENT 1
While the feelings of extended family members cannot be accounted for, the immediate family would not feel differently toward the child than they would toward an adopted child, a stepchild, etc.
Surrogate mothers can be taken advantage of, because there is a higher value placed on the baby’s needs than on the woman’s.
RESPONSE TO COUNTER-ARGUMENT 2
As many people wait until they are nearing the end of their reproductive life to have children, it will be increasingly important for our society to understand the full benefits and implications of alternative means of assisted reproduction, such as surrogacy. It is clear that unregulated surrogacy can result in serious ethical, legal, and physical problems for those involved. However, surrogacy arrangements made with care and with the well-being of all involved at the forefront are generally beneficial to all parties. The United States should be proactive in creating a set of parameters to guide the ethical aspects of surrogacy. This will ensure that the growing surrogacy industry has a foundation of strong ethical guidelines in place to protect surrogate mothers, potential parents, and the children resulting from surrogacy arrangements.
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Non-commercial surrogacy: An account of patient management in the first Dutch
centre for IVF surrogacy, from 1997 to 2004. Human Reproduction, 25, 443–449.
Glombok, S., Readings, J., Blake, L., Casy, P., & Marks, A. (2011). Families created
through surrogacy: Mother-child relationships and children’s psychological
adjustment at age 7. Developmental Psychology, 47, 1579–1588.
Hinson, D., & McBrien, M. (2011). Surrogacy across America. Family Advocate, 34(2),
Jaiswal, S. (2012). Commercial surrogacy in India: An ethical assessment of existing
legal scenario from the perspective of women’s autonomy and reproductive rights.
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It has been noted that my APA format is not correct, or at least not all of it, so I will need help in formating what I have correctly
I have attached what I have submitted already.
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