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Title



Essay Introduction

Hook

Transition


Thesis Statement

Concession Transition to Opponent Statement
"Although many people claim that... Despite claims that...



What they claim reduced to a short phrase



What you believe reduced to a short phrase



because of (this may be modified depending on what comes next)

Your Weakest Reason



Your Second Reason



and

Your Strongest Reason




First Body Paragraph

First Argument Introduction

This refers to your first argument without referring to either argument.
It might be as simple as, "The first issue is physical activity."
You can then go into arguments on both sides

Connectors (Optional):



Opponent's First Argument

  

Your First Argument

Argument that shows why your opponent's position is wrong

Possible Connectors:




Details, Quotes or Statistics

Details, facts, quotes or statistics about your first argument


First Argument -- Example

In this case, you want a specific something specific.
You can use the transition below if it's an example, or you can create your own transition, such as "one the day I proposed...."
Again, this must be specific -- one time, one place, one event.

Possible Example Connectors:




Conclusion to this Paragraph

Summarize the points make in this paragraph making it clear your opponent's position is wrong


Second Body Paragraph

Second Paragraph Introduction

This refers to your first argument without referring to either argument.

Connectors (Optional):




Opponent's Second Argument


Your Second Argument

Here you is your second argument showing that the opponent's position is wrong

Possible Addition Connectors:





Details, Quotes or Statistics

Details, facts, quotes or statistics about your second argument



Second Argument -- Example

Again, you want a specific something specific.

Possible Example Connectors:





Conclusion to this Paragraph

Summarize the points make in this paragraph making it clear your opponent's position is wrong


Most Important Argument Body Paragraph

Most Important Paragraph Introduction

This refers to your first argument without referring to either argument.

Connectors (Optional):




Opponent's Most Important Argument


Your Most Important Argument

This is the most important argument that shows why your opponent's position is wrong

Connectors (Optional):





Details, Quotes or Statistics

Details, facts, quotes or statistics about your most important argument



Most Important Argument -- Example

Again, you want a specific something specific.
You can use a dropdown transition below or one of your own,
but you want to make it clear that this is a specific time, place or event.

Connectors (Optional:





Conclusion to this Paragraph

Summarize the points make in this paragraph making it clear your opponent's position is wrong


Essay Conclusion

Conclusion -- Bottom Bun

Summarize the arguments in order
Try to end with a strong sentence

Possible Conclusion Connectors:





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