1.Describe the case: Based on the sources you have located, describe the case or example you have selected, focusing on the aspects of the case that are most relevant to your ethical evaluation.
2.Identify the ethically relevant aspects: Different perspectives disagree about what is ethically relevant; identify and argue for the aspects of your case that you consider ethically relevant. (If it is important to your argument that some aspect is not ethically relevant, you should argue for that too.)
3.Evaluate the ethics: What are the rights and wrongs of the case? Which aspects are ethically praiseworthy and which are condemnable? Argue for your position.