It is an Argument Analysis Paper. The theme is the argument against fearing death in the Apology
Lay out the premises of the argument, explain what type of argument it is, explain how the author justifies/defends/provides evidence for those premises, and then, in the last ¼ or 1/3 of the paper, defend or attack the argument by either strengthening or weakening the premises, respectively, or pinpointing a problem with the structure of the argument. So, if you think the argument is bad, explain which premise is wrong or why the evidence for the premise is not enough to accept the premise. Alternatively, you can critique an argument by finding a problem with its structure. If you think the argument is good, try to strengthen a premise with some further evidence, or defend the argument against an objection.
Aim to cite the text at least 10 times. For example, Plato says, “blah blah blah” (347b).
Use 12-point Times New Roman font, with 1” margins on all four sides, double-spaced throughout