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Full lesson 3 presentation

  1. 1. HOW TO WRITE A GOOD ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY
  2. 2. BASIC ESSAY FORMAT I. Introduction II. Body I. First point and supporting information II. Second point and supporting information III. Third point and supporting information III.Conclusion
  3. 3. ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY FORMAT: INTRODUCTION In the introduction, you will define your claim by arguing why the issue is important and addressing the opposing claim Introduction: A. Grab the reader’s attention B. Describe the issue and why it is important by presenting your thesis and evidence C. Identify the opposing claim to your argument
  4. 4. Introduction
  5. 5. ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY FORMAT: BODY PARAGRAPHS There are multiple ways in which you can structure the body paragraphs of an argumentative paper, but we will only look at one for now The example we will be using is called the Claim/Counter Claim
  6. 6. ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY FORMAT: BODY PARAGRAPHS CONT. Use the first body paragraph to sate each counter point along with evidence that refutes this point Body Part I A. First counter part and refuting information B. Second counter part and refuting information C. Third counter point and refuting information
  7. 7. ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY FORMAT: BODY PARAGRAPHS CONT. Use the second body paragraph to state your argument, not the counterargument, by using your evidence that proves or supports this Body Paragraph II A. First point and supporting information B. Second point and supporting information C. Third point and supporting information
  8. 8. ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY FORMAT: CONCLUSION Your conclusion restates your claim and summarizes the evidence you provided to support it Conclusion A. Restate claim and thesis B. Summarize main ideas and evidence C. Identify a solution (if possible)

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