Construct a claim of fact essay which clearly supports that a specific condition existed, exists, or will exist. Do not include an abstract or executive summary.You may select your own topic or use “Suggestions for Writing” #1 or #2 on page 118 of Everyday Arguments. The essay must be 500-700 words and include a Reference Page in CSU-Global APA format that cites at least two sources of information from the CSU-Global Virtual Library or elsewhere.Consider the following questions as you create your paper:Organization• Does the writing have a definite beginning, middle, and end?• Is the writing easy to follow?• Does the writing capture attention?• Does the writing state the claim?• Does the ending give a note of finality or logical conclusion?Support• Does the paper use valid facts, quotes, statistics, examples, and/or expert testimony to clarify and prove a claim?• Is the data sufficient, accurate, recent, and reliable?Document Design• Is APA documentation used correctly?• Is the format standard?• Are citations in parentheses concise and complete enough to find the sources on the reference page?Word Choice/Effective Sentences/Punctuation/Spelling and Mechanics• Are ideas parallel?• Are words added to make comparisons logical and complete?• Do modifiers point to the words they modify?• Is the point of view consistent?• Are verbs consistent in mood, voice, and tense?• Is paper void of spelling and mechanical errors?