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Works Cited“SurgicalEthicists Debate Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines.” ACS Clinical CongressNews, 27 Oct. 2021,www.acsccnews.org/surgical-ethicists-debate-mandatory-covid-19-vaccines/.Accessed 28 Oct. 2021.‌ Rattanawong, Wanakorn, Wasan Akaratanawat,Supatporn Tepmongkol, Aurauma Chutinet, Jarturon Tantivatana, and NijasriCharnnarong Suwanwela. “Acute Prolonged Motor Aura Resembling Ischemic Strokeafter COVID -19 Vaccination : the First Case Report.” Journal of headache andpain 22, no. 1 (2021): 93–93.HaraldBrüssow. “COVID‐19: Vaccination Problems.” Environmental Microbiology (2021).Rosenthal,Jill, et al. “Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination for Health Care Workers as aCondition for Medicare and Medicaid Participation.” Center for AmericanProgress, 6sample paper below:Jane Smith ENG 102 Nov. 16, 2016 Word count:Higher Education Begins at a Community CollegeINTRODUCTION: (introduces in a very interesting way, grabs attention, thesis statement)I, thesis statement: Students coming out of high school should attend a community college first because classes are smaller, campuses are easier to navigate, and tuition is affordable to the point that some will graduate with no debt.BODY: (support the thesis statement)II Opposition point number 1: Opponents to this thesis say that traditional age students should attend four-year universities because they offer a rich social life, which is part of the college experience.(use evidence in his paragraph to support the opposition’s claims: quotes, book, article, study) (you will need to use in-text citations, MLA style, to cite your sources)III Rebuttal of opposition point number 1: Despite what opponents might think, students attending a community college can seek opportunities on campus that might involve joining clubs and becoming a part of service learning projects.(use evidence in his paragraph to support the rebuttal’s claims: quotes, book, article, study) (you will need to use in-text citations, MLA style, to cite your sources)IV Opposition point number 2: Opponents also say that things like large class sizes and sprawling campuses don’t necessarily matter.(use evidence in his paragraph to support the opposition’s claims: quotes, book, article, study) (you will need to use in-text citations, MLA style, to cite your sources)V Rebuttal of opposition point number 2 : Studies now show that the ratio of instructors to students makes an impact. Students may feel more connected or more a part of something if professors know them by name. As well, student success can be tied to campus size, and even parking, as many first-year students begin college.(use evidence in his paragraph to support the opposition’s claims: quotes, book, article, study) (you will need to use in-text citations, MLA style, to cite your sources)Additional point: What’s more is that attending a community college has become a national trend, saving students and their families thousands of dollars. Many are graduating debt free, something that would be unthinkable, or nearly impossible, at many of today’s four-year universities.(use evidence in his paragraph to support your claims: quotes, book, article, study) (you will need to use in-text citations, MLA style, to cite your sources)CONCLUSION: (restate thesis statement, summarize main points, propose a shared solution/vision)Conclusion: Students coming out of high school should attend a community college first because classes are smaller, campuses are easier to navigate, and tuition is affordable to the point that some will graduate with no debt.