Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook: review chapters as neededLessonLink (Word doc): Pro-ConPosition Paper TemplateMinimum of 5 scholarly sources (from previous weeks; include additional sources as needed)Apply the following writing resources to your posts:Link (multimedia presentation): APA Basics(Links to an external site.) (Review this tutorial for formatting an APA paper and title page.)Link (multimedia presentation): Citing References in Text(Links to an external site.)Link (website): APA Citation and Writing(Links to an external site.)InstructionsThis week, you will complete the final draft of your Pro-Con Position Paper. Review the template provided and consider the feedback from your instructor and peers as you make edits and finalize your work.The final draft should apply the following:An APA formatted title pageAn attention grabbing introduction to draw in the audienceA well-written thesis that acknowledges both pro and con topicsA formal tone, avoiding both 1st (I, me, my, we, our, us, mine) and 2nd (you, your) person point of view – no slang or contractionsEither the alternating or divided pattern of organization, presenting both counterarguments and rebuttalsBody paragraphs that include topic sentences, evidence, and concluding/connecting sentencesFive incorporated scholarly sources,including at least two peer-reviewed sources,that support all assertionsA conclusion that resolves the argument and applies a thought-provoking concluding techniqueIn-text and reference page citations in APA formatWriting Requirements (APA format)Length: 4-5 pages (not including title page or references page)1-inch marginsDouble spaced12-point Times New Roman fontTitle pageReferences page (minimum of 5 scholarly resources,including at least two peer-reviewed sources)GradingThis activity will be graded using the Pro-Con Position Paper Grading Rubric.