This is one of major problems facing the animal sector. It is a problem because it has grown steadily over the decades in the quest for the search of cure to certain diseases. This has been fostered by scientific research by doctors who see it fit to use animals instead of using human beings themselves.
This problem was best brought out by the evidence that some doctors have acquired proving that it does more harm than good. Animals are becoming extinct because of this. This is why some doctors are opposing animal experimentation as they know what is at stake.
The credibility of the sources of information would be determined by carefully examining the sources themselves. They should be thoroughly be scrutinized and analyzed to ensure their credibility. The pieces of evidence should be looked at and determined whether they are fact or fiction. That would help ensure the truthfulness of the information from the sources.
Two ways that would help end animal experimentation are government intervention and looking for another alternative to find cure for diseases. The government has the power to issue a ban on animal experimentations thus stopping them. More over doctors should look for another way other than experimenting on animals since they are intellectuals.
Evaluating the longevity of the matter at hand would term it as a problem but not an issue. Secondly the effects brought about by the matter can be used to foster criticism. Thirdly checking on the validity of the information presented would enable one to effectively criticize.
Establishing the usefulness of having animals would somehow reduce the experiments. They are part of our environment and heritage. Researches proving that these experimentations are harmful to both human beings and animals should be done to curb the problem. The government should step in and stop the experimentations.
The information provided is somewhat contradictory in that it displays both advantages and disadvantages of animal experiments. More over some of it is exaggerated which in turn brings about questions. Th. e fact that the experiments are not done on all animals puts to question whether it is a problem or not.
Analyzing carefully and keenly the matter at hand showed that it was more of a problem. The opposing side has strong points which overdo those who are for animal experimentations. More weight lies on those who are not for the procedure. These steps are what fostered the evaluation of the topic.
The use of facts and statistics would enable one bring out a strong argument on the topic. Access to cases involving the topic should be inevitable as they would act as proof. Consequently more weight would be added on one argument. Tables and charts somehow would be used to show the effect that the subject of the topic has. This of course would be in form of graphs. Concrete evidence should be at hand so as to effectively persuade the others agreeing with your argument.
Being organized would enable one to display good writing skills. The work would look tidy and captivating. There would also be a flow of ideas. The use of a good handwriting would add flavor to the piece of work. Since there would the use of charts which would require one to speak, audibility then comes in. this is to ensure everybody gets the message.