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For this assinment I need to describe and analyze one interesting moral issue or question related to the game I played. The game is called “Chinese Parents” and I will provide the game play log that I played it and the game anaysis. You can see that content and find the ethical issue or also can search about the game in internet. But it would be great if it is related to the pdf that I provide it(Please not use the same sentence in the pdf). Also the game log1 pdf and the game log2 pdf content might be different a little bit because the game log1 is what I write and the game log2 is the one that I find in the interent so please be focus on the game log pdf. The paper must have a point and argument about the ethical issue about the game . And it has to be interesting ethics not a simple ethical issue. I need to make someone should care to read my paper. * These are the point of the grade:
(Out of 2 points): Main argumentative statement of paper or an ethical question pertaining to the game. (what is the point you’re trying to make in your paper) o 2 points = There is a single clear and focused argument that is INTERESTING. o 1 point = There is an argument, but it’s not really interesting. o 0 points = argument isn’t clear or lacks focus (too broad/general), there are multiple potential arguments, argument doesn’t relate directly to ethics. o 0 points = no thesis or claim of argument. • Supporting Evidence (Out of 3 points): In game examples that support your argument. o 3 points = You’re using evidence from the game to support your argument. There more than one example/evidence used. The evidence is well connected to your argument in your writing. o 1 points = evidence somewhat supports argument, only one example/evidence, not detailed enough to support thesis, needs more evidence. o 0 point = arguments based solely on personal opinion, little to no evidence, provided evidence doesn’t support thesis. • Grammar Punctuation (paragraphs indented), spelling, general readability Major grammatical mistakes throughout that make readability difficult.