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Argumentative essay outline

Argumentative Essay Outline

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Argumentative essay outline

  • The following is an example of outline for argumentative essay.

  • The elements are given with descriptions for better understanding of what should be included.


Introduction section

Introduction Section

A. Describe how your topic is related to common “justice”

B. Identify reasons to pay attention to your topic

C. Describe historical information about your topic

D. Provide general background of the topic. Do not give specific details

E. Describe positions taken by people regarding the topic (for or against)

Include a “catchy hook”, which captures the attention of readers and provides broad theme.

Avoid asking questions.


Thesis statement

Thesis Statement

  • Thesis statement: not a question, but a position. This is the only complete sentence in the outline. Make your thesis focused on the argument and state own position.


Background of the problem or issue

Background of the Problem or Issue

  • What is the problem?

  • When the problem “began”

  • The time when it really became a problem

  • How it has evolved as a problem

  • Where the problem “stands” today

    C. The reasons why the topic is controversial


Opposing view refutation

Opposing View & Refutation

  • Reason people think this way #1

  • Detailed statistics or specific evidence

  • “This may be true BUT…”

  • Reason people think this way #2

  • Detailed statistics or specific evidence

  • “This may be true BUT…”

  • Analysis of the opposing side – transition to your own position


Your position

Your Position

Describe your position as a fact (give it as a clear topic sentence).

  • Reason people think this way #1

  • Detailed statistics or specific evidence

  • Explain why this is a problem

    A. Reason people think this way #2

  • Detailed statistics or specific evidence

  • Explain why this is a problem


Conclusion

Conclusion


Argumentative essay writing

Argumentative Essay Writing

  • Argumentative essay writing is not the most challenging assignment you will have to deal with in college or university but it definitely consumes much time and requires a lot of efforts.


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