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First you need a Hook or a Intro
How do we start
On to your next step
State your claim next
I got my Intro but I forgot whats next
Make sure you back it up with lots of evidence
The definition of a hook is a statement meant to keep the reader interested. For example using facts or telling something interesting
Counter Claim/ Opposing View/ Counter Augment
You also have to show the other side of the story
A claim is meant to get the point across in an essay. An example of a claim is telling your parents that you want a new phone
Don't forget to have a strong come back
Evidence is the factual details that further support an idea in the text that are characterized by quotes. You can get quotes from an article that tells why teens need a phone.
Finish strong with a closing to wrap it up
The counter claim shows the other side's point of view so the reader can understand both sides. Counter claim introduces the other side allowing the essay
The rebuttal is a statement meant to show the other side of view in an argumentative essay.
Meant to close an essay and leave the reader thinking.
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