Briefly introduce your topic by stating why it is important to discuss or write about.
Make a o-strong=" claim about your topic. This will be your thesis, or your main argument in this essay.
Give one o-strong=" argument to support your thesis. This can come from a scientific study, an expert source or your own observations.
Provide another o-strong=" argument to support your thesis. Your argument can come from a scientific study, an expert source or your own observations.
Introduce a perspective, fact or idea that is the opposite of your thesis. What do people think who don’t agree with you?
Your rebuttal is where you defend your thesis against those who argue against it. What would you say to someone who argues that you are wrong? This is the place to include another o-strong=" argument.
Your “call to action” is where you describe what can be done to further support your first claim (thesis.) What should people do to support your arguments? The call to action can include a suggestion to take political or personal action, or to make a change in behavior or thinking patterns.