In response to our readings, you will write a thesis-driven argumentative essay on the topic of happiness—the paper can be about anything you choose, as long as it ties into happiness in some way. To support your argument, you must incorporate two to three secondary sources found via the ARC library website (you may use the provided Unit III readings as additional sources, but the library sources are required). This essay will provide a final opportunity for you to demonstrate the skills acquired in College Composition because it draws upon analysis, argumentation, quotation, and proper use and citation of sources.
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Some of the possible topics you can explore include (but are not limited to):
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We will use the ARC library portal to access and engage with two to three secondary sources appropriate for college-level writing. You may want to look for sources to help you support the content of your argument, or you may want to hunt for additional contextual information (historical, cultural, biographical) to support your claims.