– should both explain and argue. When you explain, your goal is to get the reader to understand what’s important about a topic; when you argue, your goal is to persuade the reader that your stance on a topic, that your analysis of a topic, is the right one.
– need to use Deep Survival as a main source along with a few academic sources
– need at least six reliable outside sources, each outside source must be featured prominently in at least one paragraph–as the main topic of that paragraph and perhaps others.
– should be focused, not merely a miscellaneous collection of observations, facts, and scientific background. By focusing our attention, you will provide a purpose for our reading of the information, examples, and supporting material you present