THIS IS A PERSUASIVE ESSAY , PLEASE CITE EVERYTHING AND HAVE NO EVIDENCE OF YOU I NEED TO PASS ,LOL
Begin your essay with an introductory paragraph that identifies the topic, interests your reader, and states your thesis. In the body of your essay, break up your argument into four parts. Develop supporting claims as topic sentences for each body paragraph. In each body paragraph, respond to evidence from at least one source to support that paragraphâ€™s topic sentence. You may either reinforce or challenge source material to support your claims; however, if you challenge a source, then you must provide other compelling, credible evidence to persuade your reader of your claim. Organize body paragraphs logically to evolve your thesis. At least once in the body of the essay, acknowledge “the limits of your argumentâ€ by explaining â€œdiffering points of view on the subjectâ€ (Bost et al.). Follow the advice in Successful College Composition â€œto address opposing arguments earlier rather than later in your essayâ€ (Bost et al.).
- four body paragraphs with topic sentences supported by evidence from sources;
- transitions between examples, ideas, and paragraphs;
- in-text attributions or citations of all sources that you reference, in MLA style;
- a concluding paragraph with a rephrasing of your thesis;
- a Works Cited page with Â½-inch, hanging-indented citations of all sources, according to the MLA Guide, 8th edition.