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Argument Essay Graphic organizer

Argument Essay Graphic organizer - Opposing View 2...

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Master 45 Copyright © 2006 by Bedford/St. Martin’s. FIGURE 16.1 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER FOR AN ARGUMENT ESSAY Title Reasons and Evidence Issue Background information Definition of terms Reason 1 Thesis statement* Reason 2 Reason 3 Types of Evidence Types of Evidence Types of Evidence Emotional Appeals Need or Value 1 Need or Value 2 Need or Value 3 Opposing Viewpoints Opposing View 1
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Unformatted text preview: Opposing View 2 Restatement of claim Final appeal to needs or values Urge readers to take action Acknowledgment, accommodation, or refutation Acknowledgment, accommodation, or refutation Body Paragraphs Conclusion Introduction Claim *The thesis statement may appear anywhere within the argument. 62791_M1-M61 1/3/06 3:39 PM Page 62...
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