To write the Final Research Paper for this course, you must choose one writing prompt and develop a position. Your thesis statement forms the basis of your position and guides your argument to a logical conclusion. The thesis statement will answer any research question(s) presented in the writing prompt in one to two clear sentences.In the body of the paper, you will examine issues that are relevant to your thesis statement and use research to support your claims about those issues. Each claim or assertion must be supported by scholarly research in the form of summaries, paraphrased information, or direct quotes from published, credible sources.Each paragraph should address one topic that directly supports your thesis statement.Research is an analytical process, so you are expected to discuss multiple viewpoints and to present research results in an impersonal manner. It is also important to remember that a persuasive essay does not simply report information or summarize sources; it uses research to develop a logical argument and prove a valid point.At the end of your paper, you will need to provide a conclusion that features a closing argument, a paper summary, and a rephrased thesis statement.The topic that I choose is: Does daycare affect children’s cognitive development and social skills? Conduct research and argue the case against daycare for babies and young children.