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Make an Informative essay about the controversy of global warming and why it is happening. You have to include the causes and why there are still many people who doubt about that issue as for example Donald trump. Begin the essay with a description of the problem, what is global warming and why people still thinks that is a hoax.

The topic is the controversy of global warming and how it has come to the point to make people doubt about an issue that really exists. how big companies that pollute the environment do not want to make people know about this issue. This quote might be useful to give you an idea "Social researchers have archived that people in general take fast mental arguments while framing suppositions on themes, particularly those for which they don't have a great deal of data,"

Requirements:

- See the attached rubric paper for all the extra information.

- Medium to basic American grammar, do not write the essay with advanced grammar because the professor knows that I am a exchange student and she knows how I write.

- The essay will be send through. "TURNITIN" ABSOLUTELY NO plagiarism. Do not copy the same paragraphs from internet on the essay.

- COHERENCE, Strong introduction and conclusion

-MLA CITATION


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Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change Conference draft: 3/9 Peer Review draft: 3/21 Final draft due: 3/23 Length: 1250-1500 Value: 20% of final grade INTRODUCTION In the first writing assignment for this course, you posed a topic for my approval by providing relevant background information, a tentative research question, and a feasible research plan. In the second writing assignment, the Annotated Bibliography, you extended the secondary research by exploring online databases and subsequently evaluating sources. Unlike some Informative Essays you may have had to write in the past, this is not to be an encyclopedic list of facts about a certain topic. If someone needed a complete overview, they could just find that information online. Moreover, keep in mind that this essay is informative, not argumentative. You are not arguing a local issue; rather, you are simply surprising your readers with focused information. ASSIGNMENT Your essay should inform your reader on the topic you have been researching up to this point. Your goal is to “enlarge the reader’s view of the subject by bringing the reader new information” (282). This new information can come from your preexisting expertise on the subject, your own personal experiences, from field research you conduct (interviews, surveys, observation, or a combination of these methods) and/or from library and internet research. Your final paper should include a minimum of 5 sources. Primary research counts towards this minimum. For example, if you conduct an interview, that will be 1 of your 5 sources. An additional goal is to present something new and surprising about your topic that the reader would not expect. Your essay will require secondary research in order to provide background and/or historical information about your topic. These secondary sources will strengthen the readers’ understanding of the topic. Overall, this essay is designed to hone your research and analytical skills and provide further practice with essay organization. KEY CRITERIA: Your Informative Essay should be written using a closed-form organizational strategy and follow the framework on p. 291. Your paper should include the following: • • • • • • The research question Background info and context on the topic An explanation of the common or popular answer to your question A delayed thesis using the surprising-reversal strategy Support of thesis with research gathered from primary and/or secondary sources An explanation of the significance of your new perspective on the question When developing your essay, ask yourself questions such as: -What interests me about this topic? Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change -What might others not know and possibly find interesting or surprising? -What interesting or surprising claim (thesis) might I make about this topic? -How much background information will my audience need about this topic? Your purpose for this assignment is to inform your readers about the topic using your own experiences and research. Your audience for this assignment is your classmates and your instructor. If you decide to write about a well-known, hot-button topic, you'll need to consider what your readers might already know, and what they may not have considered or thought about. Research requirements: You are required to use at least 5 sources for this essay. Those sources can come from: -- Primary research gathered through personal interviews, survey questionnaires, observations, or personal experiences. Your field research is also likely to produce new questions, perhaps better questions than those you originally had. Be organized, but also flexible. --Secondary sources from the Internet or the FIU Library, including materials accessed via the Library's online databases. Essay Requirements: Your essay should be typed and double-spaced in 12-point, Times New Roman font, and 1250-1500 words. Your essay should also include a Works Cited page and should adhere to correct MLA style, which we will continue to discuss throughout this unit. Please keep in mind that your Works Cited page does not count toward the 1500 word count for this essay. Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change Conference draft: 3/9 Peer Review draft: 3/21 Final draft due: 3/23 Length: 1250-1500 Value: 20% of final grade INTRODUCTION In the first writing assignment for this course, you posed a topic for my approval by providing relevant background information, a tentative research question, and a feasible research plan. In the second writing assignment, the Annotated Bibliography, you extended the secondary research by exploring online databases and subsequently evaluating sources. Unlike some Informative Essays you may have had to write in the past, this is not to be an encyclopedic list of facts about a certain topic. If someone needed a complete overview, they could just find that information online. Moreover, keep in mind that this essay is informative, not argumentative. You are not arguing a local issue; rather, you are simply surprising your readers with focused information. ASSIGNMENT Your essay should inform your reader on the topic you have been researching up to this point. Your goal is to “enlarge the reader’s view of the subject by bringing the reader new information” (282). This new information can come from your preexisting expertise on the subject, your own personal experiences, from field research you conduct (interviews, surveys, observation, or a combination of these methods) and/or from library and internet research. Your final paper should include a minimum of 5 sources. Primary research counts towards this minimum. For example, if you conduct an interview, that will be 1 of your 5 sources. An additional goal is to present something new and surprising about your topic that the reader would not expect. Your essay will require secondary research in order to provide background and/or historical information about your topic. These secondary sources will strengthen the readers’ understanding of the topic. Overall, this essay is designed to hone your research and analytical skills and provide further practice with essay organization. KEY CRITERIA: Your Informative Essay should be written using a closed-form organizational strategy and follow the framework on p. 291. Your paper should include the following: • • • • • • The research question Background info and context on the topic An explanation of the common or popular answer to your question A delayed thesis using the surprising-reversal strategy Support of thesis with research gathered from primary and/or secondary sources An explanation of the significance of your new perspective on the question When developing your essay, ask yourself questions such as: -What interests me about this topic? Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change -What might others not know and possibly find interesting or surprising? -What interesting or surprising claim (thesis) might I make about this topic? -How much background information will my audience need about this topic? Your purpose for this assignment is to inform your readers about the topic using your own experiences and research. Your audience for this assignment is your classmates and your instructor. If you decide to write about a well-known, hot-button topic, you'll need to consider what your readers might already know, and what they may not have considered or thought about. Research requirements: You are required to use at least 5 sources for this essay. Those sources can come from: -- Primary research gathered through personal interviews, survey questionnaires, observations, or personal experiences. Your field research is also likely to produce new questions, perhaps better questions than those you originally had. Be organized, but also flexible. --Secondary sources from the Internet or the FIU Library, including materials accessed via the Library's online databases. Essay Requirements: Your essay should be typed and double-spaced in 12-point, Times New Roman font, and 1250-1500 words. Your essay should also include a Works Cited page and should adhere to correct MLA style, which we will continue to discuss throughout this unit. Please keep in mind that your Works Cited page does not count toward the 1500 word count for this essay. Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change Length: 1250-1500 Value: 20% of final grade INTRODUCTION In the first writing assignment for this course, you posed a topic for my approval by providing relevant background information, a tentative research question, and a feasible research plan. In the second writing assignment, the Annotated Bibliography, you extended the secondary research by exploring online databases and subsequently evaluating sources. Unlike some Informative Essays you may have had to write in the past, this is not to be an encyclopedic list of facts about a certain topic. If someone needed a complete overview, they could just find that information online. Moreover, keep in mind that this essay is informative, not argumentative. You are not arguing a local issue; rather, you are simply surprising your readers with focused information. ASSIGNMENT Your essay should inform your reader on the topic you have been researching up to this point. Your goal is to “enlarge the reader’s view of the subject by bringing the reader new information” (282). This new information can come from your preexisting expertise on the subject, your own personal experiences, from field research you conduct (interviews, surveys, observation, or a combination of these methods) and/or from library and internet research. Your final paper should include a minimum of 5 sources. Primary research counts towards this minimum. For example, if you conduct an interview, that will be 1 of your 5 sources. An additional goal is to present something new and surprising about your topic that the reader would not expect. Your essay will require secondary research in order to provide background and/or historical information about your topic. These secondary sources will strengthen the readers’ understanding of the topic. Overall, this essay is designed to hone your research and analytical skills and provide further practice with essay organization. KEY CRITERIA: Your Informative Essay should be written using a closed-form organizational strategy and follow the framework on p. 291. Your paper should include the following: • • • • • • The research question Background info and context on the topic An explanation of the common or popular answer to your question A delayed thesis using the surprising-reversal strategy Support of thesis with research gathered from primary and/or secondary sources An explanation of the significance of your new perspective on the question When developing your essay, ask yourself questions such as: -What interests me about this topic? -What might others not know and possibly find interesting or surprising? -What interesting or surprising claim (thesis) might I make about this topic? -How much background information will my audience need about this topic? Your purpose for this assignment is to inform your readers about the topic using your own experiences and research. Your audience for this assignment is your classmates and your instructor. If you decide to Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change write about a well-known, hot-button topic, you'll need to consider what your readers might already know, and what they may not have considered or thought about. Research requirements: You are required to use at least 5 sources for this essay. Those sources can come from: -- Primary research gathered through personal interviews, survey questionnaires, observations, or personal experiences. Your field research is also likely to produce new questions, perhaps better questions than those you originally had. Be organized, but also flexible. Essay Requirements: Your essay should be typed and double-spaced in 12-point, Times New Roman font, and 1250-1500 words. Your essay should also include a Works Cited page and should adhere to correct MLA style, which we will continue to discuss throughout this unit. Please keep in mind that your Works Cited page does not count toward the 1500 word count for this essay. Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change Length: 1250-1500 Value: 20% of final grade INTRODUCTION In the first writing assignment for this course, you posed a topic for my approval by providing relevant background information, a tentative research question, and a feasible research plan. In the second writing assignment, the Annotated Bibliography, you extended the secondary research by exploring online databases and subsequently evaluating sources. Unlike some Informative Essays you may have had to write in the past, this is not to be an encyclopedic list of facts about a certain topic. If someone needed a complete overview, they could just find that information online. Moreover, keep in mind that this essay is informative, not argumentative. You are not arguing a local issue; rather, you are simply surprising your readers with focused information. ASSIGNMENT Your essay should inform your reader on the topic you have been researching up to this point. Your goal is to “enlarge the reader’s view of the subject by bringing the reader new information” (282). This new information can come from your preexisting expertise on the subject, your own personal experiences, from field research you conduct (interviews, surveys, observation, or a combination of these methods) and/or from library and internet research. Your final paper should include a minimum of 5 sources. Primary research counts towards this minimum. For example, if you conduct an interview, that will be 1 of your 5 sources. An additional goal is to present something new and surprising about your topic that the reader would not expect. Your essay will require secondary research in order to provide background and/or historical information about your topic. These secondary sources will strengthen the readers’ understanding of the topic. Overall, this essay is designed to hone your research and analytical skills and provide further practice with essay organization. KEY CRITERIA: Your Informative Essay should be written using a closed-form organizational strategy and follow the framework on p. 291. Your paper should include the following: • • • • • • The research question Background info and context on the topic An explanation of the common or popular answer to your question A delayed thesis using the surprising-reversal strategy Support of thesis with research gathered from primary and/or secondary sources An explanation of the significance of your new perspective on the question When developing your essay, ask yourself questions such as: -What interests me about this topic? -What might others not know and possibly find interesting or surprising? -What interesting or surprising claim (thesis) might I make about this topic? -How much background information will my audience need about this topic? Your purpose for this assignment is to inform your readers about the topic using your own experiences and research. Your audience for this assignment is your classmates and your instructor. If you decide to Informative Essay Assignment Sheet Due dates are tentative and subject to change write about a well-known, hot-button topic, you'll need to consider what your readers might already know, and what they may not have considered or thought about. Research requirements: You are required to use at least 5 sources for this essay. Those sources can come from: -- Primary research gathered through personal interviews, survey questionnaires, observations, or personal experiences. Your field research is also likely to produce new questions, perhaps better questions than those you originally had. Be organized, but also flexible. Essay Requirements: Your essay should be typed and double-spaced in 12-point, Times New Roman font, and 1250-1500 words. Your essay should also include a Works Cited page and should adhere to correct MLA style, which we will continue to discuss throughout this unit. Please keep in mind that your Works Cited page does not count toward the 1500 word count for this essay. ...
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Global Warming Controversy
Introduction
According to Eemeren, global warming refers to the raising of earth’ average
temperatures (41). This climate change is gradual and cannot be measured by an individual by
simply observing the climate. This is the reason as to why many people do not believe that global
warming is something that is taking place as it cannot be observed in the daily life. There has
been statistics that shows that there has been an increase in the earth’s temperature over a period
of 100 years from 0.4 to 0.8; this is a big change to a scientist as they are aware that this should
not be happening (Fong 85). This is a change that is changing the earth’s temperature in a
permanent way. It could not have been alarming if it were not a permanent change or if it was
fluctuating from low to high.
Why Global Warming Is Happening
Many people in the world at large have been discussing if climate change or global
warming is a real thing. Some have even gone to the media to explain how this is just a
fabrication by the scientists to scare away the people from exploiting the earth’s resources. There
are those who call it a hoax. Although this is the case, the scientists who have been looking at the
earth’s climate over a very long period of time state with evidence that the climate has been
warming at least from around 100 years ago and there has been not been going down. There are

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those who agree with the scientists about the increase in the temperature of the earth but they
argue that it is not as fast as the scientists are saying
Let us throw caution to the wind and assume that global warming is a real thing, there are
some of the factors that are considered to be the reason as to why this is happening. Some of this
factors as follows; the main reason that the scientists believe is for global warming is the emitted
gasses from the greenhouses. There are other ways in which this gases are being released into the
earth's atmosphere for example through burning of fossil fuels that is usually used in cars by
humans, the gases that are emitted from different factories in the world and from the electricity
that is depended upon by the human race as something that people cannot survive without
(Eemeren 45). There are other factors that are believed to be the cause of global warning and
they are the gasses emitted from agriculture like methane, carbon dioxide gas, nitrous oxide from
fertilizers, the gasses that are used for refrigeration and deforestation which occurs worldwide.
Main Causes Of Global Warming
There has been modernization and civilization that has come at a very rapid rate, this is
the reason as to why there has been a climate change as the humans are exploiting the resources
that are naturally occurring on earth without really thinking about the consequences. At the
moment, humans depend on this civilization in ways that in the case that it is taken away, there is
no way there will be life on earth. What is not being seen is the big picture, there could come a
day when human life will be extinct. There is this religion from the Asian people called Daoism
which believes in the elements of nature. It is believed that human beings should not exploit the
natural resources to their own benefit as it will anger the higher being who will punish everyone
by taking it away.

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Because of global warming, there are some of the effects that are usually environmental
and social effects, which may be able to be directly or indirectly caused by the greenhouse gasses
that are emitted into the environment by the human agricultural activities. Scientists who have
been studying climate change have reason to believe that the earth's climate is changing with
time, it is rising at an alarming rate and the reason behind this is the human a...

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