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Copy of Discussion text type

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andari purwantini

on 11 January 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Discussion text type

Discussion Text Type
Argument For
The first body paragraph in which the points for along with your justifications, examples or reasons.
Start this section with ‘on the one hand’. Write about your first point for of the argument but do not put your own point of view yet.

Argument Against
The second body paragraph in which the points against along with your justifications, examples or reasons.
Begin with ‘on the other hand’ and put your first point against the argument without giving your own view.


Introduction
An introductory paragraph in which you clearly state the topic to be discussed, without giving your opinion.

Conclusion
A closing paragraph in which you state your opinion or give a balanced consideration of the topic.

Note: Opinion words (I think, I believe, In my opinion, etc.) can only be used in the closing paragraph where you give your opinion on the topic.
Begin with ‘To sum up the argument’ or ‘In conclusion’. At last you can give your own views if you wish. You can finish with a question to challenge your readers to make up their own minds!


Title (A simple statement or question to draw attention to the issue)
Introduction
Body (argument for and argument against)
Conclusion
It is a formal piece of writing in which present the examples of the people who agree or disagree with the statement.

A discussion is used
to present different
opinions (arguments for
and against/positive
and negative/good
and bad) on a particular
issue or topic.
Body (arguments)
Discussion text Structure
Fast Food

Fast food is the term for a kind of food that people eat from a restaurant where food is prepared and served quickly. There are many kinds of fast food that we can find easily such as burger, French fries, and instant noodle. People who have a lot of work and very busy usually eat fast food without thinking about the nutrition. They just fill their body up with such kind of fast foods.

There are still many people who eat fast food. They think that fast food is more practical for their busy life. They also can find this kind of food everywhere. It is much easier to prepare fast food or order it from a fast food restaurant than to prepare and cook food because fast food is more fast and simple. We can also get this kind of food with a cheap price. Besides that, people also think that fast food has a good taste.

However, fast food has negative effects if consumed over. Many peoples believe that fast food is unhealthy because most of fast food always contains dangerous additive substrate that can harm our health by causing serious illness like cancer. Fast food also increases cholesterol problems.

As a result of these arguments for and against about fast food, people should care about what they eat. They should eat a wide variety of nutritious foods from all of the food groups to feel better, to have energy and to keep themselves as healthy as possible.

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