i need someone to chick my paper and fix it.
i need you to fix the grammar and language.
also, i need you to read the rubric and instructions and fix the paper and add anything i miss.
and please you should know that i am international student so make sure you choose the easy and sample world and do not use the strong paper.
i will upload my paper and the rubric.
The final draft will be a polished essay (1200-1400 words) that explains the perspectives of two different stakeholders on a given issue or topic, identifies common ground the two stakeholders share, and proposes and argues for a compromise that benefits both stakeholders. This draft should include a thesis, all major points, evidence to support these points (including in-text citations from appropriate sources), and a Works Cited page. The document should be free of organizational, grammar, and style errors and should follow the formatting structure determined by the instructor.
Final drafts that have not been significantly revised will be lowered one letter grade.
You will write an essay of 1200-1400 words based on the following requirements:
- analyze two stakeholders with seemingly incompatible goals regarding the same issue or topic
- provide background on the stakeholders (context)
- include a thesis that presents the point of contention between the stakeholders and explains a proposed compromise
- identify why these two stakeholders have not yet come to a resolution
- establish common ground between these two stakeholders
- propose one specific, concrete solution by considering
- the stated goals and concerns of both stakeholders,
- current or past solutions, and
- the feasibility of your solution’s implementation
- defend this solution as a workable compromise
- incorporate at least five sources a:
- at least one primary source material from each two stakeholders being discussed (i.e., information from the stakeholder websites, etc.)
- at least one credible, scholarly source for each stakeholder that supports the validity of the stakeholder’s position
- at least one credible, scholarly source that supports the viability of your proposed compromise