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  1. Conclusion Paragraph Argumentative Essay

  2. Structuring a Concluding Paragraph Restate thesis Summarize main points Call to action

  3. Restating your thesis Start with your original thesis: Education in Afghanistan is difficult for children to access. Difficult for children to access Children in Afghanistan are restricted Education in their educational choices Children in Afghanistan are restricted in their educational choices.

  4. How do I say my main points differently? Argument 1: Schools were bombed by the Taliban. Restated Argument 1: Wars within the country have limited the available school opportunities. Argument 2: There are not enough qualified teachers available to teach students. Restated Argument 2: Access to trained teachers is challenging in Afghanistan. NO OPINIONS . . .

  5. Opposing Viewpoint: Education is the responsibility of the family. Opposing Viewpoint Restated: Providing children in Afghanistan with an education should be the obligation of the family.

  6. CALL TO ACTION….. • Things to Consider: • What will happen? • Last chance to appeal to reader • Call to action! You need to convince the reader that your argument is valid Education could continue to be inaccessible to children in Afghanistan. If you think learning is important for everyone, you could be the difference in their lives.

  7. All together now…… Children in Afghanistan are restricted in their educational choices.Wars within the country have limited the available school opportunities;moreover, access to trained teachers is challenging in Afghanistan. Providing children *** with an education should be the obligation of the family.Education could continue to be inaccessible to children there. If you think learning is important for everyone, you could be the difference in their lives. Took out Afghanistan, it would have been over used! Added transition word, semicolon, and comma Replaced Afghanistan with an appropriate pronoun.

  8. Your turn . . .