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Thesis/Claim
the writer's position on an issue
Hook
an interesting quotation, anecdote,
definition, or example at the beginning of a
piece of writing that grabs readers'
attention
Unit 2 Embedded Assessment #2
Concession
an admission in an argument that
the opposing side has valid points
Refutation
the reasoning used to disprove
an opposing point
Evidence
the information that supports
or proves an idea or claim;
facts, statistics, expert
opinions, examples, and
anecdotes
Proponent versus Opponent
The Parts of an Argument
Composing an Argument
Works Cited
Citing Sources:
Citing Sources
Citing Sources
Citing Sources
Citing Sources
Book
author's last name, first name. Title (under-
lined), where it is published: publisher,
copyright date.
On Works Cited Page:
In-text citation:
end of sentence (author's last name page #).
Online Article/Website
author's last name, first name. Title (in
quotations), date info. is retrieved.
web address (underlined).
On Works Cited Page:
*Note - date order = date, month, and then the year
(example: 5 April 2013)
In-text citation:
. . . (author's last name).
Magazine/Newspaper Article
On Works Cited Page:
In-text citation:
author's last name, first name. Title of article
(in quotations). Title of newspaper/
magazine (underlined), Month and year
published: page numbers. Print.
* Note - Date example = March 2013
same as a book
Film
On Works Cited Page:
In-text citation:
Title of movie (underlined). Director. Main
performers. Production company,
copyright date. Film.
example:
The Usual Suspects (underlined). Dir. Bryan Singer. Perf.
Kevin Spacey, Gabriel Byrne, Chaz Palminteri, and
Steven Baldwin. Polygram, 1995. Film.
. . . (Title of Movie underlined).
Interview
On Works Cited Page:
In-text citation:
Interviewee's last name, first name. Personal inter-
view. Date interview takes place.
*Note - date order = date, month, and then the year
(example: 5 April 2013)
. . . (interviewee's last name).
All of your sources in
alphabetical order
Separate page with Works Cited centered at the top
Follow the formatting exactly . . .
All punctuation should be correct
Indent all lines except the first one for each source
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