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Argumentative Essays

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Shalynn Johnson

on 22 January 2016

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Transcript of Argumentative Essays

Argumentative Writing
Structure

2nd Paragraph
(Body Paragraph 1)
You should have a transition
You should have a reason to support your thesis
You should have evidence
MOST IMPORTANT
You should have elaboration
3rd Paragraph
(Counterclaim)
This paragraph is a little different

You should have a transition
You should have a counterclaim
You should have evidence
MOST IMPORTANT
You should have elaboration
Conclusion
You need to restate your thesis

End with an interesting or funny statement (the anti-hook)
1st Paragraph
(Intro)
Must have a hook to grab the reader's attention

Must have a thesis statement to tell the reader what side of the argument you are one
DON'T FORGET
To Cite Your Evidence
T-Transition
L-Lead-In
Q-Quote
C-Citation
E-Elaboration
DON'T FORGET
To Cite Your Evidence
T-Transition
L-Lead-In
Q-Quote
C-Citation
E-Elaboration
2nd Paragraph
(Body Paragraph 2)
You should have a transition
You should have a reason to support your thesis
You should have evidence
MOST IMPORTANT
You should have elaboration
DON'T FORGET
To Cite Your Evidence
T-Transition
L-Lead-In
Q-Quote
C-Citation
E-Elaboration
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