InstructionsIntroduction: To begin your essay, you will formally introduce your real-world topic. As the foundation

InstructionsIntroduction: To begin your essay, you will formally introduce your real-world topic. As the foundation of your paper, your introduction should engage the audience and establish any necessary background.
Provide a brief overview of the topic. For example, you might consider the premise of the conversation and why the topic is being discussed.
Describe any personal connection you have to the topic. Why is the topic of particular interest to you? Admit your bias towards the topic?
 
Presented Argument: In this section, you will explore the argument in your chosen artifact. You will uncover the logical structure of the argument and investigate any bias behind its claims.
Describe the argument made by the primary article for your chosen topic. Find the premises of the primary article and present those premises to the reader, its important to explain enough of the article that someone who has never read the article, understands the argument being presented. 
Identify key facts, research, or resources the argument is based on. Provide specific examples to support your identification.
Describe the logic and reasoning used to advance the argument and any gaps or weaknesses present. Consider the premises and conclusion advanced in the artifact, and the questions that are left unanswered. 
Explain how the argument contains or avoids bias. Provide specific examples to support your explanation.
Discuss the credibility of the overall argument. For example, were the resources the argument was built on credible? Does this credibility support or undermine the artifact’s claims in any important ways?