For Writing Assignment 2, you will write a 350-500 word

For Writing Assignment 2, you will write a 350-500 word comparison and contrast paper on two sources from the Topics and Sources page. We encourage you to use the same sources you worked with in the Activities in this module, since those Activities were planned with this Writing Assignment in mind. Activity 4, where you created Venn diagrams that compare and contrast two sources, laid the groundwork for Writing Assignment 2, so using the same sources you used in Activity 4 capitalizes on the work you’ve already done.The questions below will help you draft your paper by asking to you construct one paragraph at a time and then download a Word document that will combine the paragraphs together into a single paper.You may use either a point-by-point or a topic-by-topic organizational strategy, but your comparison and contrast paper MUST include all of the elements below:A discussion of the similarities in two sources on the same topicaddress similarities in the main argument they present on the same topicaddress similarities in the types of examples and evidence they use to support EITHER their supporting points OR their counterargumentsA discussion of the differences between two sources on the same topicaddress differences in the main argument they present on the same topicaddress similarities in the types of examples and evidence they use to support EITHER their supporting points OR their counterargumentsClear, illustrative examples from each source to help the reader better understand the similarities and differences between the two sourcesBoth in-text and reference citations in APA format for all referenced source summarized, paraphrased, and quoted material, using the APA citation wizardAn objective, third person perspective. Your comparison and contrast paper must be written in third person.Use the skills you learned in the Activities in this module and in Writing Assignment 1 to craft your comparison and contrast paper. 1. After selecting an organization pattern for your paper (point-by-point or topic-by-topic), write a comparison and contrast introduction paragraph.In the textbox below, write your comparison and contrast introduction paragraph. Remember to:introduce the topic addressed by both sources and to provide enough context about the topic to orient your readerprovide a forecasting thesis statement that makes it clear what you will be comparing and contrasting in these two sources (similarities and differences in main argument and types of evidence EITHER in the supporting points OR the counterarguments)IMPORTANT REMINDERS: As you summarize or quote the source, be sure to make it clear that the idea or language is the author’s and include an in-text citation for any summarized or quoted material. Also, avoid first person perspective (I, me, mine, our, we) and only use third person perspective.2. Write a body paragraph (or paragraphs) that compares/contrasts the main argument presented in each source.In the textbox below, write your body paragraph(s) that compare and contrast the main argument presented by each source on the same topic. Remember to:provide a topic sentence that makes it clear what will be compared/contrastedprovide comparison/contrast indicator words that help lead your reader through the paragraph(s)provide clear, illustrative examples from each source and include in-text citations for any material that is summarized or quotedIMPORTANT REMINDERS: As you summarize or quote the source, be sure to make it clear that the idea or language is the author’s and include an in-text citation for any summarized or quoted material. Also, avoid first person perspective (I, me, mine, our, we) and only use third person perspective.Remember to:provide a topic sentence that makes it clear what will be compared/contrastedprovide comparison/contrast indicator words that help lead your reader through the paragraph(s)provide clear, illustrative examples from each source and include in-text citations for any material that is summarized or quoted.4. Write a comparison and contrast conclusion paragraph.In the textbox below, write your comparison and contrast conclusion paragraph. Remember to:provide a summary sentence that reiterates your thesis statementa wrap-up of the ideas presented in your paper