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Persuasion Paper Outline I. Introduction A. Attention Grabber: Strong Statement, Fact, Quote, or Rhetorical Question B. Background Information C. Thesis Statement D. Supporting Statements II. Supporting Statement 1 (Topic Sentence) Think carefully about how you order your reasons/arguments. Possible ways to order your arguments include most familiar least familiar or least important (weakest) most important (strongest). A. Evidence A B. Evidence B C. Evidence C D. Explanation of Evidence (Since this is a longer paper, you will most likely have more than one paragraph per main point. This means that your discussion will be more detailed.) III. Supporting Statement 2 (Topic Sentence)
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Unformatted text preview: A. Evidence A B. Evidence B C. Evidence C D. Explanation of Evidence IV. Supporting Statement 3 (Topic Sentence) A. Evidence A B. Evidence B C. Evidence C D. Explanation of Evidence V. Counter Arguments and Responses to Them A. Supporting Paragraph : Counter Arguments Mention the arguments from the other side of the issue B. Supporting Paragraph : Responses Briefly refute the other side’s arguments VI. Conclusion A. Restate Thesis B. Summarize Arguments VII. Works Cited Information provided from the following websites: ...
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  • Spring '08
  • LindsayCummings
  • Rhetoric, a. Evidence, C. Evidence, Evidence C D.

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