Refutation of a Conspiracy Myth — What a week to write about conspiracy theories!Your task is to choose a conspiracy theory or urban myth (which you should already have started in Exercise 12) and to convince an audience that this myth is in fact false. Here we are practicing refutation.Follow Warner’s prompt closely, adding academic writing elements. Here, just post your draft. You can do the exchange and reflection part later.Instructions: follow Warner’s prompt below AND:- Review the Basic Refutation Paper Guidelines below and use it to structure your argument.- In Warner’s section, “shape the writing” add what we have learned about academic writing: a good intro, PEI, and most of all, integration of two sources. Use paraphrase and citatoin. Review the Guide to Academic Writing about “sandwiching” a source. Engage respectfully with other people’s ideas and clarify whether you agree or disagree with them. Cite sources in-text and include in your Works Cited at the end.- Format: 3-4 pages typed double spaced, Times Roman, 12 pt font, MLA format
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