Outline: Argument Essay: Sample Outline 2I. IntroA. attention getterB. Thesis: In the United States, additional laws and policies should be passed in order to more thoroughly protect children.C. map/plan of paperII. Body (the number of points—A, B, C, etc.—that are necessary depends on your topic/essay)A. topic 1: Children are forced 1. other side’s point: Children work so they can help their family’s financial problems 2. your point: Children should not work because they should get to achieve their full potential in life. B. topic 2: Effects on child 1. other side’s point: Children should work so they can experience life.2. your point: Children should not work because they get trapped in this lifestyle C. topic 3:Unfair working conditions 1. other side’s point: Every child gets paid the same2. your point: Employees get away with paying children lessIII. ConclusionA. restated map/planB. restated thesis: In the United States, additional laws and policies should be passed in order to more thoroughly protect children.C. closing remark Essay Grading Rubric Body—each paragraph has a singular focus, is 5-8 sentences, begins with a transition and topicsentence, all sentences after the topic sentence supports the topic sentence; thorough detail; usesonly 3rd person (unless in direct quotes); thoroughly presents both sides of the argument whileeffectively arguing for one side25 pts.3. Conclusion— follows the conclusion format from the Sample Outline Format10 pts.4. grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, subject-verb agreement, verb form and more,no fragments, etc.15 pts.5. MLA format and paper length—uses a correct in-text citation and has a properly formattedWorks Cited page with at least eight sources; paper is at least five full pages (not including theWorks Cited page) Please make sure you do and watch out for upper right-hand and left-hand headers–spacing–in-text citation in some places–Works Cited page–format of intro and conclusion–format of paragraphs in the body.