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5.09 Argument Drafting Guide Turn the list of points you made in your outline in lesson 5.08 into a logical, persuasive, engaging argument. Focus on including transitions that will keep your argument flowing from one point to the next. Incorporate rhetorical devices to appeal to your audience. Add parenthetical citations to cite the evidence you include in each paragraph. Step 1 Use your outline that you completed in lesson 5.08 to help write your first draft. Having your outlined points next to your body paragraphs will ensure that you develop your ideas. Step 2 Begin writing your argument. Use evidence from your research. Give credit to sources through signaling phrases and parenthetical citations. Follow the tips and keying instructions. Outline
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books should be banned from libraries and schools because children don’t need to be exposed to inappropriate material at a young age . However, even bad books can provide insightful and useful information one way or another. Because books can have a large impact on a child’s education, certain books should not be banned from schools and libraries.
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  • Winter '17
  • Melodie Robelo
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