Op- Ed instructions:
An introduction to the field of science advocacy. Your chance to prove a (scientifically supported) point about a mental health-related issue that you care about.
For this assignment, youâ€ll write your own scientific opinion piece. In so doing, youâ€ll learn how to effectively craft and refine an argument, identify supporting evidence, and make a compelling case that will be accessible to a general, non-expert audience.
- Craft a succinct yet impactful headline for your piece that clearly signals not only your topic, but also the position you are taking.
- Now that youâ€ve identified your topic, articulate 2-4 claims that you can make in support of your overall argument. Then, identify at least one piece of scientific evidence (i.e., a peer-reviewed journal article) that you can use to effectively support each claim
- write a 500 op-ed piece on your chosen topic. This piece should express a personal opinion broadly related to an issue of mental health/illness and feature several claims supported by scientific evidence, all in language accessible to a general audience.Example op-ed: http://time.com/4583843/stop-hate-influencers/
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