For this assignment, complete the following:
- Review the Toulmin-model outline (Week 2 Lesson) and your completed Week 1 Assignment (Pro-Position Proposal). Assess any feedback provided by the professor and/or your peers.
- Compose a position paper representing the pro side of your topic. (See the Pro-Paper Template). The paper should include approximately 6 developed paragraphs:
- Introduction (with thesis statement)
- Context paragraph
- 3 body paragraphs (focusing on 3 pros)
- Apply a formal tone appropriate for academic audiences, maintaining an objective 3rd person point of view – no 1st person (I, me, my, we, our, us, mine) or 2nd person (you, your). Avoid contractions, clichés, and slang terminology.
- Use the provided template to assist in formatting the title page and headers.
- Incorporate at least 3 scholarly sources into the paper. Cite all sources in APA format, both parenthetically and on a reference page.
- Before submission, proofread and edit carefully for spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Not every error will be flagged automatically in word-processing programs, and some that are flagged as errors are actually correct.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
- Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
- 1-inch margins
- Double spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman font
- Title page
- References page (minimum of 3 academic articles)
Genetically engineered is one of the greatest development in the biological technology. This development is considered a suitable identification in the community. This technology has been extensively embraced in United States as 92% of the corn produced is genetically modified. It is also estimated that 94% of the cotton products are genetically modified and this also applies to the cases of soybeans which accounts for 94% (Ghag, & Ganapathi, 2017). The general rate of genetically modified food represents about 75% of the food found in the supermarkets. This indicates that United States is largely reliant on the genetically modified foods. This paper seeks to discuss the various benefits of genetically modified food.
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