You will need three highlighters or colored pencils for this exercise. Use one color to highlight general assertions. These will typically be the topic sentences in your paper. Next, use another color to highlight the specific evidence you provide for each assertion (including quotations, paraphrased or summarized material, statistics, examples, and your own ideas). Lastly, use another color to highlight analysis of your evidence. Which assertions are key to your overall argument? Which ones are especially contestable? How much evidence do you have for each assertion? How much analysis? In general, you should have at least as much analysis as you do evidence, or your paper runs the risk of being more summary than argument. The more controversial an assertion is, the more evidence you may need to provide in order to persuade your reader.
If you want to know more about my general ‘personal’ background then pages on provide these. For pages/articles covering my extensive ‘anomalous’ personal experiences, my experiences as a healer therapist as well as my ‘extended’ perceptual abilities then you could check out my other sites which are listed here . . however, for all of these that want to bring themselves up to date on my latest research/work offering page upon page of evidence that we are simulated people living in a simulation which include exercises to help readers engage with ‘hidden’ VR and neural implant experiences and abilities that the person you are simulating had then this is the site to read . . all the simulation articles, simulation ‘awareness’ exercises and the rest are listed in the yellow and green link box sitting in the sidebar on the right and above . .