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Agumentative Essay-War On Drugs. 2000 words

Has the War on Drugs been a Success? (arguing that it has been a failure)

Marking criteria

1. Use all the accepted elements of a essay or report structure

2. Use logical sequencing of ideas

3. Adhere to the prescribed word limit (2000 words)

4. Demonstrate the correct use the accepted writing style report or essay

5. Convey meaning clearly and fluently

6. Use appropriate information from a wide range of relevant and diverse research material

7. Use information from primary and secondary sources

8. Provide an in-depth analysis of relevant and diverse research material from a variety of sources (include academic sources)

9. Provide a clear thesis

10. Demonstrate the complexities of the issue(s)

11. Demonstrate consistent integration of relevant research material to support a clear thesis

12. Correctly applies the Harvard referencing system

13. Use in-text referencing to acknowledge each significant claim

14. Include a bibliography

Skills: Research Writing

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