Argument Essay format guide using "Like the Sun" as evidence

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Students must read the short story "Like the Sun" by R. K. Narayan. Then, they must decide if people should tell the truth all the time or if people should lie sometimes. Students will use the short story to back up their stance. They must have at least one indirect and one direct quotation. This worksheet guides them through each paragraph of the argument essay. The last page is a works cited guide that tells them what type of information and punctuation should be included in the works cited entry.
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Argument Essay format guide using "Like the Sun" as evidence