Writing DRQ responses. Ways to develop body in DRQ. First hand evidence Personal experience (sports, technology, theater , education, etc) Anecdotes Knowledge of current events Second hand evidence Research, knowledge of history Expert opinion Data: surveys, polls, census information.
3. Confirmation---major part of text; includes development or proof needed to prove the case
4. Refutation---addresses the counterargument, bridge between writers’ proof and conclusion
However, if opposing views are well known or valued by the reader, address them before addressing your own argument.
5. Conclusion—appeals to pathos