Your opinion should be presented in the form of an argument supported by evidence. You will respond to “The Biggest Misconception about Community College Students” by Gail Mellow for your response paper.Audience: Write as if you are addressing your community in your own opinion piece.Approaches: There are many different methods to use when discussing your opinion of an article. Here a few for you to consider:You can disagree with the author’s point of view, using personal knowledge, logic, and experience to take issue with what is being said.You can agree at least in part with the argument, but suggest a different approach or solution to the issue, drawing on your own experience, logic, and knowledge.You can agree wholeheartedly with the message, providing additional support for the writer’s argument from your own experience, knowledge, and logic.Assessing the Writing SituationPurpose: To respond to specific ideas articulated by another writer. Present the specific evidence and examples to support this response. Your essay should have a very clear thesis statement that specifically responds to at least three main points from the article. Each point in your thesis statement should be developed as a body paragraph using the PEE structure discussed in class materials: Point, Evidence, and Explanation.Presentation: In this essay, you are explaining your response to the main points from the article. Do NOT merely summarize what you have read. Your support, and your response are the most important. An introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion should be included. See rubric for more specific instructions.Your paper should be a minimum of 4-5 full pages, not counting the works cited page, and you should use MLA format with 12-point Times New Roman font and one-inch margins. Use a title that is creative and communicates the slant of your paper.