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Teach A Peer
Updated: 2/22/2019
Teach A Peer
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  • Hook/Intro
  • First you need a Hook or a Intro
  • How do we start
  • Claim
  • On to your next step
  • State your claim next
  • I got my Intro but I forgot whats next
  • Evidence
  • 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
  • Rebuttal/ Refutation
  • 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.
  • Closing
  • 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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