Essay 3 Final DUE: Thursday, May 14th by 11:59 p.m. CSTLength: 800-1000 words (this does NOT include your Works Cited page, title, and/or heading), 11- or 12-point font, double-spaced, Times New Roman, MLA Format 8th edition – Use your The Little Seagull Handbook.Source limit: Two (2) scholarly and one (1) popular sources (3 sources total); Each source needs to be used a minimum of two times in your essay. Do NOT place in-text citations in your introduction or conclusion.*****All sources are required to be from Eastfield’s Library Online Database ONLY******If you need help with finding sources, you can ask Jason Moore (EFC Librarian) for help at [email protected]Use correct MLA format for in-text (parenthetical) citations. Failure to do so will result in a failing grade.Note: DO NOT USE first nor second person. You will earn a zero (0) if you use first or second person. DO NOT USE contractions. You will earn a 50 if you use contractions.You will write an essay that presents a convincing or persuasive argument that follows the guidelines and criteria established in the lectures provided. In doing so, you will develop a sophisticated and cogent argument to either convince (to change a belief or attitude), or persuade (to call upon the audience to take action). This essay is not a research paper that explains the issues, but one that begins with a controversial claim and then seeks to convince or persuade the reader that this claim represents the best position on the topic. The goal of this exercise is not to announce your own beliefs, but to convince or persuade somebody else to change their opinion or behavior by the weight of your comprehensive argument. Other than a brief paragraph introducing the topic, advance your argument in every paragraph.****If you choose a topic not on the list OR on the list below, you still need to get it approved by me, so make sure you email me to approve your topic by Monday, July 29th by 11:59 p.m. CST. Failure to do so will result in a 5 point deduction off your essay 3 final grade! Send a proper email with your question and your claim statement which is your stance.****Example:General topic: DiversityMy question: Does TV capture the diversity of American yet?Claim statement: Television in America does not capture the true diversity of our society.