1. Section B. Write a summary of the writer’s argument between 200 and 250 words. Your summary should identify the main claim and key arguments. Use your own words as far as possible. 2. Section C. Identify and evaluate ONE key argument presented by the writer to support his main claim. You should state the form of the argument, write a well-articulated thesis on the quality of the argument and defend your evaluation with reasons. Your evaluation should be between 650-750 words.
You should include at least TWO sources to support the reasons for your evaluation and a Reference List at the end of your paper. I have attached the guide, the article to summarize and identify for key argument for section b and section c, question (criteria) as well as the marking rubics. Hope it helps! Thanks you!
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Running head: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 1 Sustainable Development Name University Affiliation SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTSustainable DevelopmentSection BIn his article, “Sustainable Development is…