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RETEACH© by Savvas Learning Company LLC. All Rights Reserved.1Name:Date:AUTHOR’S CLAIMS AND IDEASAnargumentative essayaims to convince the reader of the author’s stance on atopic or text. At the core of an argumentative essay is the author’s claim. Aclaimis the opinion or main point the author is arguing. An author’s claim should bethoroughly supported by logical reasoning and verifiable evidence. A reason is anidea that supports a claim. Evidence includes facts, statistics, expert testimony,and/or quotations from relevant texts. Argumentative essays begin with anintroductionof the claim, include abodythat contains the evidence, and endwith aconclusionsummarizing the point of view.A well-developed argumentative essay addresses opposing viewpoints, orcounterclaims,and acknowledges strengths and weakness in both the author’sclaim and the opposition’s counterclaim.DIRECTIONS:Read the following argumentative paragraph written by a student.

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