Date of publication: 2017-08-27 01:11
In developing your evaluation, you are asked to examine the argument's stated and/or unstated assumptions and discuss what the implications are if the assumptions prove unwarranted. A successful response must discuss both the argument's assumptions AND the implications of these assumptions for the argument. A response that does not fully address the task may not receive a 5 or 6.
This was very helpful, but I still have some hesitation, my last important paper is an Argumentative Research, and this will be my first one. I already have a thesis chosen and I 8767 m just kinda confuse about what facts I need to collect, but its just getting information that will back up my thesis,correct?
Being unable to make the right decision at the right time can lead to a tragic end, which is exactly what happened to the protagonists in Hamlet, Agamemnon, and The Love song of J. Alfred.
I know you said that you want advice more than just this blog, but it happens that my best advice happens to be on the blog. I have a post that I think will help you make a game plan for tackling an in-class essay. Here it is: https:///essay-writing-blog/how-to-write-a-timed-essay/
Sometimes, it can help to look through your textbook to find essays to spark ideas. In my class, we use a book by Nancy Wood called Perspectives on Argument. In the back of this book is a list of suggested issues and articles related to those issues. Usually, these articles are just a start for looking for a topic. You can take an idea from the article you like and then research it to find out what different people think about that issue.
This helped a lot! Thanks, love how its broken down. I have a question though. Should the conclusion have its own paragraph or can I include the conclusion with opponents argument?
While it may be true that the Mason City government ought to devote more money to riverside recreational facilities, this author's argument does not make a cogent case for increased resources based on river use. It is easy to understand why city residents would want a cleaner river, but this argument is rife with holes and assumptions, and thus, not strong enough to lead to increased funding.
I nstructor comment: You have made a very common error, namely, of thinking that an opinion cannot be a claim or the conclusion of an argument. Be careful about dismissing a statement as just an opinion. Remember the distinction between mere opinion and reasoned judgment. An opinion can be true or false we can determine its truth or falsity only on the basis of the reasons, or premises, given for accepting or rejecting it..
Like all essays, the argumentative essay has three important parts the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. Each area is described in further detail below. Keep in mind that the length of your essay depends on the assignment given to you. Write better essays with an online class.
I 8767 m supposed to create an argumentative essay that Rome was a superior society to Han China. Thank you so much. I think this is super helpful. Now my next problem is if I can fit it all onto one page. (That 8767 s the limit our teacher gave us. he wants to see if we can make brief statements that speak many words with little words written)
A history paper isn 8767 t necessarily the same as an argumentative essay, though it *can* be. It really depends on how you approach your topic. Read that suggested post though, it should help you get started!
First you 8767 ll need to come up with a thesis statement. For example:
Public schools should be divided by sex because of reason 6, reason 7, and reason 8.