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  • 1. Name:  ______________________________________________         Date:  _________   TOPIC  UNDER  DISCUSSION:  _______________________________________________________   I.    Introductory  Paragraph     HOOK     Why  is  it   important/interesting?         Overview  of  the   topic  being   discussed       Position  you  will   prove    (thesis  statement)     II.  Position  You  Disagree  with     Opposing  position   (Some  might  feel  that…)       Because…   (reasoning  behind  the   views  of  the  other  side)       Flaw   (tell  why  the  other  side   of  flawed)       However…   (transition  into  your   position)       III.  Your  Position  &  Proof     Your  Position         Proof       1.       2.       3.       How  your  position   counters  the   opposition…     Concluding   sentence…       Transition  from   1st  to  2nd  proof…    
  • 2.     IV.  Your  Position  and  Additional  Proof         Your  Position         Proof       1.       2.       3.       How  your  position   counters  the   opposition…     Concluding   sentence…       Transition  to   conclusion…       V.  Your  Conclusion     Restate  thesis     (in  different  wording)     Restate   opposition  as   flawed         State  your   position       Summarize  1st   proof       Summarize  2nd   proof     State  the  “greater   logic”  of  your   position       Clincher     (catchy  closing   statement)