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  • 1. Argumentative Essays<br />Alonso Navas<br />Bian Mellado<br />Steven Chacon<br />Chapter #9<br />
  • 2. Argumentative essay needs reasons with evidence to support the opinion in the essay.<br />Is an essay in which you agree or disagree with an issue.<br />Example: <br />The most important element in a friendship is trust. Agree or disagree with this statement. Support your opinion with reasons and examples.<br />
  • 3. Organization of Argumentative Essay<br />
  • 4. Introductory Paragraph<br />An introductory paragraph always has an issue. This is a necessary in all argumentative essay.<br />Example:<br />Curfew laws are unfair and should be abolished.<br />
  • 5. Thesis Statement<br />If you pay attention, the thesis statement is the opposition of the point of view.<br />Example:<br />Although there are certainly reasons to be cautious with stem cell research or any new technology, I believe that its potential benefits far outweigh its dangers.<br />
  • 6. Connectors<br />There’s a lot of ways to connect the thesis statement with your point of view. Some phrases that start the opposition statement are:<br />Some people feel that….<br />Many think that….<br />
  • 7. Also there are ways to connect your point of view with the thesis statement like:<br />I like pizza, however I always eat chicken.<br />He likes to play video games in spite of it is not good.<br />
  • 8. THANKS<br />Oshima, A., Hogue, A. (2006). Writing Academic English. N.Y: Pearson.<br />

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