Unit 7 Discussion Overview Writers often face the challenge of too many ideas swUncategorized Unit 7 Discussion OverviewWriters often face the challenge of too many ideas swirling aroundtheir heads when they sit down to publish an essay or another document.The swirling ideas can lead to writer’s block or a disorganized publish.This discussion will help you bring order to an argument for change byprewriting and developing key points that you plan to include in youressay, then publishing a body paragraph.You can use any number of prewriting strategies, including outlining, mind mapping, or a graphic organizer. Go back to the Units 4 and 6 Assignments since they will likely contain supporting points for your thesis.Begin by reviewing the Unit 8 Assignment instructions, and then respond to all of the following prompts in at least two well-developed paragraphs.Post your most recent thesis revision.Share at least four supporting ideas for your persuasive essay.Include at least one misconception or rival perspective to your argumentthat you will need to rebut in the essay.Use complete sentences for each of the main points.Share a publish of a body paragraph for one of the four points andmake sure to integrate support from at least one source, properly citedin-text and in a reference page citation in APA style.Ask an open-ended question related to something you need help withfor your argument or the ideas associated with publishing and organizingparagraphs from the Unit 7 Reading.For peer feedback this week, challenge yourself to identify gaps inthe argument that may need to be filled or to offer suggestions abouthow to rework the paragraph’s organization to more effectively conveythe main idea.REFERENCE THE READING:Refer to and credit theunit reading concepts to help validate your ideas and give you practicewith using and crediting source information. When you refer to conceptsfrom the unit’s reading, be sure to use a signal phrase like “Accordingto . . . [name of reading].” If you are directly quoting the reading oranother source, be sure to use quotation marks and cite the source usingproper APA in-text citations and full references. See the Purdue GlobalWriting Center’s Using Sources for resources on APA citation formatting.WRITING EXPECTATIONS:Alldiscussion posts and responses to peers should be written in completesentences using Standard English. Before posting, proofread for grammar,spelling, and word-choice issues. Be sure to respond fully to everyaspect of the discussion.