For this exercise, imagine a dialog between two or more authors from the issue you have chosen and yourself. You are sitting together, discussing your issue, and you are doing your best to understand all sides of the issue. When writing this dialog, give each side equal development and avoid oversimplifying anyone’s claim, even the side with which you disagree.
- This dialog should be no more than two, double-spaced pages. Ordinarily a dialog does not call for MLA documentation, but since it is important that your readers know the source of your ideas, use citations.