connect your topic to the real-world consequences and implications.

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Description: In this section, you will be answering the “So What?” question. You need to connect your topic to the real-world consequences and implications.

Necessary Components

  • Explain the connection between your argument and some larger consequence that your reader will care about. Imagine that you are trying to convince someone who normally would not agree with you. What might that person care about that is related to your topic? What negative consequences might happen if we don’t adopt your plan? What positive consequences will come from adopting your plan?
  • You may want to use a source for this section, but it is not required.


This section does not need to be very long, so it can just be one paragraph. Please start with one of the templates from the “So What?” “Who Cares?” Lesson.

Other Requirements

  • Your So What section should be at least 150 words in length.  It should be typed, double-spaced, 1” margins, 12-point font.  For a sample of MLA format, see the Purdue OWL Website.
  • Be sure to include a Works Cited page that follows MLA format. See the Plagiarism and Documentation tab for more information about MLA format.


Plagiarism is using someone else’s words or ideas without giving credit and is a serious academic offense.  It can range from:

  • Turning in a paper any part of which you did not write.
  • Cutting and pasting a paper together from various sources without attributing the sources correctly.
  • Changing a few words but basically keeping most of the words and sentence structure of the original.
  • Using the ideas of another without giving credit to the person who originally had the ideas.
  • Using the exact words of the source without using quotation marks even if you give the name of the source.
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