Research Paper: English 1301 Composition IFall 2020A research paper is your opportunity to investigate and formulate an argument about a particular subject. Choose one of the following topics to research:Tuition-Free CollegeReturning to On-Campus Instruction During the PandemicOnline DatingFor this assignment, you will develop a dialectical argument, in which you consider opposing sides of an argument and determine a reasonable approach to resolving the conflict (or why the most reasonable solution is the one you support). Make use of the resources posted in the Research Paper Folder on the Blackboard page for this class to help you use sources, as well as those provided by the ACC Library databases. All sources must be published between 2018 and 2020 to present a current argument. Do not use blogs, personal web pages, or Wikipedia as sources for this paper. You may also use the articles in the Research Paper folder on Blackboard.In this research paper, you must develop your argument according to the following template:¶ 1: Introduction. Draw your reader in with an engaging opening sentence and write your way to your thesis in the last sentence of the paragraph. (Consider using one of the strategies offered in the “Effective Introductions” handout on Blackboard.)¶ 2: Summary of opposing viewpoint article: introduce and present the thesis and main supporting arguments of the article without expressing your opinion.¶ 3: Explain something about the opposing article that you agree with or something that is explained effectively or reasonably, even if you don’t completely agree with it.¶ 4: Point out what you do not agree with in the article.¶ 5: Present your stance on the issue, using your own reasoning.¶ 6: Present research that supports your argument (you may use two paragraphs to do this, if need be).¶ 7: Explain why the disagreement between the opposing arguments matters. What is the bigger picture?¶ 8: Create a bridge, or possible middle ground, between the opposing arguments, or explain why a middle ground is not possible.¶ 9: Conclusion. Consider using one of the strategies offered in the “Effective Conclusions” handout.Length and Format: 4 – 6 typed pages, double-spaced. Use a 10- or 12-point, professional-looking font. Use 1-inch margins on all sides of the paper. On the first page of your paper, include the title of your paper, your name, and the class’s identifying information. Attach a Works Cited that conforms to MLA guidelines to the end of you paper. Use the MLA 8 Guide on Blackboard to ensure correct documentation of your sources. Upload completed rough draft to Sources: At least four (4) reputable, peer-reviewed sources. They may be print sources or online sources, BUT websites will only be counted as acceptable sources for this assignment if they are official government or organization websites, and you may use articles from published, print sources that also appear online (for example, newspapers or news websites like KXAN or The Austin Chronicle). Do make use of the articles in the ACC Library databases. Do not use blogs, personal web pages, or Wikipedia as sources for this paper.Research Article Summary: It may NOT be one of the articles in the research paper folder on Blackboard. Your document must include the Works Cited list that conforms to MLA 8 guidelines. Schedule of major due dates and percentage of course grade:Library Tutorials Due (see the Library Tutorials folder on Blackboard)Part of the Classwork grade, which comprises 20% of your course gradeWorks Cited List (Submit your document using the upload tool on Blackboard.)5% of your course gradeRough draft of Research to Brainfuse for ReviewPart of the Classwork grade, which comprises 20% of your course gradeFinal draft due20% of your course gradehttps://www.procon.org/headlines/free-college-top-3-pros-and-cons/