How to write an argumentative essay?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: Чернушинка | Category: Definition essay on marriage

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    ф р и з е н 17 Jan 2017 22:44

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    вже не 17 Jan 2017 22:33

    You have to come up with some arguing points. Either do your reading and research first and decide which position you will take, or if you already know a lot about it then go ahead and decide what your main points will be. I usually do some basic reading on the topic and pick my main sources first, then pick my points, then do more in-depth research on my specific points if needed. Like (just random examples here), 1) more suicide prevention programs are needed (and back that up with some stats) 2) its the government s job to protect people or whatever 3) prevention programs work to save lives (again, stats). Then decide what order your points should go in, and make sure each one is broad enough that you can write one to two paragraphs on it, and think of some subpoints and examples for each. Then make your outline, kind of like this : Introduction (outline controversy, make it sound interesting enough to read, briefly say what points you are going to cover ) First main point explain subpoints examples/ studies, quotes Second main point explain subpoints examples/ studies, quotes Third main point explain subpoints examples/ studies, quotes more points if needed.. and Conclusion paragraph (plan what you going to put to tie it all together and finally restate your position on the issue, underlining how it was supported by all that stuff you wrote above) Obviously you have to put your actual points in there, not just "main point" and stuff. You can make it as detailed or loose as you want - you can decide what almost every sentence is going to be about, or you can put only the main points. It is whatever makes it easiest for you to write off of. And remember, this is only one way to outline. There are lots of others, and you might find that doing it a little differently works better for you. You are (I assume) being graded on your essay, not your outline, so do what helps you most.

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    tinymouse383 18 Jan 2017 07:56

    A rebuttal is usually a response from the opposing side. I don t see where she asked for this in the question.