In Draft 1 you explained someone else’s argument. Now take that Draft and revise

In Draft 1 you explained someone else’s argument. Now take that Draft and revise it so that it is about what you think about that argument, or a specific claim/idea from the argument.
Your new revised draft should:
Revise Draft 1, making it easier to read, more accurate, and more specific, etc.
Consider instructor feedback on Draft 1 to identify places that could be improved and decide how to do so. You don’t have to do exactly as the feedback suggests, you may decide that doing something else will better fit your new draft.
Instructor feedback is a good place to start, but it does not cover everything that needs revision.
Everyone must revise. Even if you are happy with your grade on the first draft.
Add new content. Develop ideas further by applying a text from class.
Explain one specific idea from one of the academic course texts (the ones covered in lecture). Explain whether you think that idea supports, contradicts, or changes what you think about the original argument.
These are the instructions for the second essay
2-3 pages. Times New Roman, 12pt, double spaced, 1 in. margins.
3 pages is the MAXIMUM. I will not read past the third page.
Your paper should be a clear, concise, and well-organized complete essay (with an introduction, conclusion, body paragraphs, and transitions).
No use of direct quotes or outside research.

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