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Persuasive Essay VERY rough draft | Work in Progress

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: smallmouse841 | Category: Pizza business plan software

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    ticklishgorilla632 18 Jan 2017 03:31

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    What you have so far is extremely well written. I like your topic and it is evident that you have done your research so I would suggest revising the order of some of the paragraphs. The personal testimony is great, but the placement seems a little off.

    Your explanation of the difference between education of the mind and education of the soul is very good; you clarified it well for the readers. Don’t undermine your argument so much because it has merit, especially with the sociological support you provide from various authors and philosophers.

    A persuasive essay, also known as an argumentative essay, is one that requires a student to investigate a topic and argue a viewpoint. College-level persuasive essays generally have three sections that include an introduction in which a thesis or argument is presented, body paragraphs in which arguments and counterarguments are presented, and a conclusion in which the argument is reiterated. The conclusion is an important aspect of a persuasive essay as it is the last impression a writer makes on the reader.

    The conclusion should include a brief overview of what was argued and what evidence was presented without including too many specifics from the body paragraphs. The thesis statement from the first paragraph should be restated, but reworded, and reflect the significance or importance of what was argued. A conclusion in an academic essay typically only needs to be one well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences.

    These represent the most serious omission students regularly make. Every essay or paper designed to be persuasive needs a paragraph at the very outset introducing both the subject at hand and the thesis which is being advanced. It also needs a final paragraph summarizing what's been said and driving the author's argument home.

    These are not arbitrary requirements. Introductions and conclusions are crucial in persuasive writing. They put the facts to be cited into a coherent structure and give them meaning. Even more important, they make the argument readily accessible to readers and remind them of that purpose from start to end.

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    smallduck297 18 Jan 2017 04:14

    Ifind out how to end my essay, i need a good conclusion, im in grade nine if that matters

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    greenostrich185 17 Jan 2017 22:05

    Okay this is where you put the essay for us to read see you start with a topic sentence. something like when considering a carreer

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    Х.Эрдэнэбат 18 Jan 2017 05:56

    The word ‘fast’ isn’t in our brand just because; it’s there for we deliver on time and that’s not just a promise, it’s a fact.

    Cooperation is a two-way thing. So, for you to get the most out of our cooperation, we offer, among other things, quite a wide range of discounts.

    You're currently on {{currently_on}}. However, it looks like you listened to {{listened_to}} on {{device_name}} {{time}}.

    What you have so far is extremely well written. I like your topic and it is evident that you have done your research so I would suggest revising the order of some of the paragraphs. The personal testimony is great, but the placement seems a little off.

    Your explanation of the difference between education of the mind and education of the soul is very good; you clarified it well for the readers. Don’t undermine your argument so much because it has merit, especially with the sociological support you provide from various authors and philosophers.

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    organicwolf950 17 Jan 2017 23:56

    Whenever you re at a lost for conclusions, you can always just do the standard ending: summarize up all of your points in a way that either supports or disproves your thesis. If you ve got a bit more inspiration, try a quote, for example: [insert quote about successful / responsible government here] and then explain that the states fulfill all of those criteria and maybe more. Or you can say something along the lines "some may say that the US rose to power solely by exploiting poorer nations, but these people are wrong". And then explain why that statement is wrong, referring back to the arguments outlined in your essay.

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    yellowfrog680 17 Jan 2017 23:50

    wow, you actually have to jutify the use of atomic bombs? here are some facts you can`t use then. Upon impact, 70,000 people were killed instantly and another 70,000 injured. At that time, Hiroshima had a population of around 255,000. It’s believed that there were around 140,000 deaths in total. Some died during the actual bombing and some died later from radiation poisoning, cancer, or leukemia. Radiation poisoning is damage to organ tissues because of excessive exposure to ionizing radiation. Symptoms include vomiting and a headache until skin damage develops. Some people also lost their hair. The intense heat caused blindness and many people suffered from thermal burns. Most people died within two to four weeks of exposure since there’s no cure for radiation poisoning yeah i can really see why it was necessary to instantly nuke and kill 70,000 people

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    Юлиан Островитинов 17 Jan 2017 22:54

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    redcat739 17 Jan 2017 21:54

    The word ‘fast’ isn’t in our brand just because; it’s there for we deliver on time and that’s not just a promise, it’s a fact.

    Cooperation is a two-way thing. So, for you to get the most out of our cooperation, we offer, among other things, quite a wide range of discounts.

    You're currently on {{currently_on}}. However, it looks like you listened to {{listened_to}} on {{device_name}} {{time}}.

    What you have so far is extremely well written. I like your topic and it is evident that you have done your research so I would suggest revising the order of some of the paragraphs. The personal testimony is great, but the placement seems a little off.

    Your explanation of the difference between education of the mind and education of the soul is very good; you clarified it well for the readers. Don’t undermine your argument so much because it has merit, especially with the sociological support you provide from various authors and philosophers.

    A persuasive essay, also known as an argumentative essay, is one that requires a student to investigate a topic and argue a viewpoint. College-level persuasive essays generally have three sections that include an introduction in which a thesis or argument is presented, body paragraphs in which arguments and counterarguments are presented, and a conclusion in which the argument is reiterated. The conclusion is an important aspect of a persuasive essay as it is the last impression a writer makes on the reader.

    The conclusion should include a brief overview of what was argued and what evidence was presented without including too many specifics from the body paragraphs. The thesis statement from the first paragraph should be restated, but reworded, and reflect the significance or importance of what was argued. A conclusion in an academic essay typically only needs to be one well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences.