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Long Argument (Persuasive) Paragraph Arranged by Arguments



Again, try to focus on one person, one time, one event, one place that illustrates what you are arguing.


Example of Extended Paragraph

Title


Top Bun (Topic Sentence)

This tells you what you're goint to argue.
For instance, you might write, "I believe that violent video games should be banned for three reasons."



Your First (Weakest) ArgumentFirst Body Paragraph

Opponent's First (Weakest Argument

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Your First Argument

Background or least important finding

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Details, Quotes or Statistics

In this section, you provide details, quotes or statistics in support of your 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.

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Your Second Argument

Opponent's Second Argument

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Your Second Argument

In this section, give a more important argument

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Details, Quotes or Statistics

In this section, you provide details, quotes or statistics in support of your Argument



Second 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.

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Opponent's Most Important Argument

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Your Most Important Argument

This is the most important argument showing why your opponent is wrong

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Details, Quotes or Statistics

In this section, you provide details, quotes or statistics in support of your 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.

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Conclusion

This concludes your paragraph

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