Instructions: Prepare a reaction paper on Result-Based Ethics versus Duty-Based Ethics versus Virtue Ethics using the following guidelines:
I. Introductory Paragraph
A. Introduce the topic and briefly summarize the issues of the topic
B. Why is this topic being discussed? What is important about it?
C. Explain your position about the topic.
II. Main idea # 1- State your main idea
A. Support this main idea with evidence and examples.
B. Develop this paragraph by explaining what you think without using too many “I” pronouns because you need to convince your mentor that what you think has been informed by what you have read.
C. Explain what you thought about the topic before and what you think about the topic now after you have read the material. Be sure to explain the reasons behind why you think this way. Avoid saying that you “feel” a certain way about the topic, because thinking involves a more active process.
REPEAT THIS PATTERN OF ORGANIZATION WITH YOUR SECOND AND THIRD MAIN POINTS (if you have that many) and then close with a concluding paragraph
A. Summarize what you have said in this paper.
B. Remind the reader what you thought about this topic and how you have changed your thinking.
C. Wrap it all up with a nice concluding sentence that leaves the reader thinking about what you have said in this paper.
REMEMBER that a reaction paper asks about what you think, but that what you think needs to be informed by what you have read!
IV. Reaction Paper Format
The reaction paper should be a minimum of 2500 words and a maximum of 3000 words, Times New Roman with 12 as font size, single-spaced lines. All margins should be set at 1 inch.
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