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Pro’s and Con’s of Cochlear Implant

Pro’s and Con’s of Cochlear ImplantPaper details:Outline for Argumentative Paper1. Find and read 3 -5 different sources on your topic.2. Most of the topics in the syllabus have references/sources listed under the question posed. If you use these references, you will need to include at least ONE additional reference published in an academic journal in the last 7 years.3. Take notes from each source around different positions on the subject.4. Use your analysis to support your own “position” on the subject and identify at least one counter-perspective.Make sure to include the following in your outline:Introductory statement (your position on the topic)2-3 supporting forms of evidence that support your position.Counter perspective, 1 supporting form of evidence, and your rebuttal.Conclusion. (implications for teachers).References in APA format.Outline for EDUC 502 PaperName:Topic Selected: _________________________________________________________My position:______________________________________________________________________One counter or alternative position on the topic:______________________________________________________________________I. Supporting Reason 1 for your position: ______________________________________________________________________II. Evidence or supporting details:A. ____________________________________________________________________B. ____________________________________________________________________C. ____________________________________________________________________III. Supporting Reason 2 for your position: ______________________________________________________________________IV. Evidence or supporting details:A. ____________________________________________________________________B. ____________________________________________________________________C. ____________________________________________________________________V. Supporting Reason 3 or a Counter View Argument:______________________________________________________________________VI. Evidence or supporting details:A. ____________________________________________________________________B. ____________________________________________________________________C. ____________________________________________________________________III. Conclusion: ______________________________________________________________________A. ____________________________________________________________________B. ____________________________________________________________________C. ____________________________________________________________________IV. ReferencesREFERENCES:http://valenciacollege.edu/wp/cssc/documents/sampleargumentoutline.pdfhttps://muse.jhu.edu/article/399695/pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12851553 decision and factshttp://europepmc.org/abstract/med/23800472 being and adolescent with cihttps://muse.jhu.edu/article/383850/pdf decision to not implanthttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3230757/ success of language acquisitionArgumentative PaperAll candidates must complete a position paper (30 points) on a current issue in special education. The first step in the process is to identify a topic from the descriptions below, then read the article(s) accompanying the selected topic. Using the outline template as a guide, research the major positions on your topic using a professional journal database such as WilsonWeb or Ebsco. The criteria and format for the outline are attached to this syllabus. Next, develop the paper using the outline. For the paper, clearly summarize the major positions on your topic, then specifically state your position on the selected issue supporting it with at least three research-based reasons. Papers should be 5 full pages in length, double spaced, excluding one page for references. Three professional journals are required as references (e.g., education journals; see “miscellaneous resources” for suggested journals). Candidates must include in their citations at least one reference not provided by the instructor. Candidates are to write papers using APA style. (See the APA website in the miscellaneous section of the course outline for more information on APA style.) Papers will be graded according to the rubric attached to this syllabus. Topics other than those listed must be approved by the instructor prior to submitting the paper’s outline.