university buildings for saving

Type in your position paper discussion below, in paragraphs, using headings and sub-headings. Refer to the formatting guideline on MyUni. Remove this instruction.

 

Topic:

Introduction

 

 

 

 

List all the sources used in your position paper, using the UoA Harvard or IEEE referencing conventions. Ensure this section starts on a new page, with the heading provided below. Use single line-spacing and insert a blank line in between references. Remove this instruction.

References

 

 

 

 

Argument Map (add or delete issues and sub-issues to fit your argument structure)

Research topic Factors that need to be considered for sustainable retrofitting of university buildings for saving
Issue 1 <insert heading>
Evidence

(paraphrased and referenced, including page numbers)

sub-issue: <insert heading>

•     <add or delete dotpoints to fit your evidence>

Sub-issue 1 Premise: <insert a sentence in propositional form that states what the evidence says about the sub-issue, in partial response to the set topic>
sub-issue: <insert heading>

•     <add or delete dotpoints to fit your evidence>

Sub-issue 2 Premise: <insert a sentence in propositional form that states what the evidence says about the sub-issue, in partial response to the set topic>
Premise 1 Viewpoint: <insert a sentence in propositional form that combines the sub-issue premises and states what the evidence says about the issue, in partial response to the set topic>
Issue 2 <insert heading>

(Can you identify any sub-issues?)

Evidence

(paraphrased and referenced, including page numbers)

<Complete as for issue 1, identifying sub-issues and the premises for each sub-issue.>

 

 
Premise 2 Viewpoint: <insert a sentence in propositional form that combines the sub-issue premises and states what the evidence says about the issue, in partial response to the set topic>
Issue 3 <insert heading>

(Can you identify any sub-issues?)

Evidence

(paraphrased and referenced, including page numbers)

<Complete as for issue 1, identifying sub-issues and the premises for each sub-issue.>

 

 
Premise 3 Viewpoint: <insert a sentence in propositional form that combines the sub-issue premises and states what the evidence says about the issue, in partial response to the set topic>
ARGUMENT:

    Premise 1

 + Premise 2

 + Premise 3

à Conclusion = Overall Viewpoint

<Express the identified viewpoints as one viewpoint in response to the set topic, in propositional form.>