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SPONGE BOB BRIEF. HOW TO WRITE YOUR PAPER. Introduction. Open your case with a Bang---Wow the audience Discuss your position: Prosecution/Defense Give a brief overview of the situation/murder. Describe what your 3 main arguments are for your position.

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sponge bob brief

SPONGE BOB BRIEF

HOW TO WRITE YOUR PAPER

introduction
Introduction
  • Open your case with a Bang---Wow the audience
  • Discuss your position: Prosecution/Defense
  • Give a brief overview of the situation/murder.
  • Describe what your 3 main arguments are for your position.
  • Include a possible motive and how Mr. Krabs died.
  • End with a sentence that transitions into your first point.
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BODY
  • State your first argument point. Why is Sponge Bob guilty/innocent?
  • State the pieces of evidence from which you concluded this point. Don’t just put the numbers—Write the information out.
  • ELABORATE---THIS IS WHERE YOUR ARE BEING GRADED. Explain how that evidence helps to make your point.
  • Continue with the remaining points-- at least 3.
conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • Closing Argument—You will restate your position. Use language that is partial to your claim….
  • Restate your 3 points and briefly remind the audience your reasoning.
  • Leave them something to think about.