Argument - Argument ThePartsofArgument Thesis/Claim

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Argument The Parts of Argument
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Thesis/Claim – An argumentative or persuasive piece of  writing must begin with a debatable thesis  or claim. In other words, the thesis must  be something that people could  reasonably have differing opinions on. If  your thesis is something that is generally  agreed upon or accepted as fact then  there is no reason to try to persuade  people.
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Sample Thesis/Claim Thesis:  Hybrid cars are an effective strategy to fight  pollution.
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Arguments of Support Evidence gathered to support the claim.  Explanation of why or how the data  supports the claim, the underlying  assumption that connects your data to  your claim.
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Arguments of Support  Samples Driving a private car is a typical citizen's most  air polluting activity.  Because cars are the  largest source of private, as opposed to  industry produced, air pollution switching to 
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Argument - Argument ThePartsofArgument Thesis/Claim

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