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Argumentative Paper: Structure for Paper

Structure for Paper

Introduction: Attention grabber and statement about attention grabber+ thesis statement.

Structure for thesis statement: Although (concession), (topic+ 3 arguments).

1st Body Paragraph- History or necessary information about your topic. This may be more than one paragraph.

Middle Paragraphs- Arguments you are presenting about your topic. There must be AT LEAST 1 paragraph devoted to EACH argument.

Penultimate Paragraph(s) (Next to the last paragraph)- Present your counter argument and refute (prove it wrong) it.

Final Paragraph: Conclusion revisit thesis and present a call to action. What should your reader consider or act on after reading your paper?