Demonstrate an understanding of the particular chapter/article/class related to your chosen statement.Demonstrate a clear understanding of the point of view put forth in your chosen statement and of counter-positions and beliefs.Provide your own perspective on the statement. Please feel free to use the first person.Go beyond the chapter or article to uncover other relevant scholarly content in other sources. Go beyond the examples given in the chapter to support your opinion.If appropriate, consider other theories, approaches, and class discussions and the way in which they may impact your understanding of and feelings towards the statement.Address a coherent argument to your reader (i.e. me).Provide a clear introduction outlining the path your essay will take and that includes a reading of your chosen statement.