In the first paragraph, you want to hook your reader’s attention with a o-strong=" opening. You also want to establish your position on the issue. Take a o-strong=" position either FOR or AGAINST the subject, and make your viewpoint clear from the beginning.
You begin to elaborate your claim from the first paragraph. This is where you begin to show the reasoning behind your view. Remember to keep your ideas relevant to your main claim. Share facts and ideas that reinforce your view.
Share another major claim that supports your views. You may include facts and evidence that are relevant to your claims. Try to use at least one specific example that supports your claim.
This is your chance to add even more evidence to support your claim. You may want to introduce a counter-claim and refute it by using evidence to the contrary. All of the statements you make here should serve to make your original argument even more powerful.
Your final paragraph is a chance to re-state your thesis using different language. You do not want to re-write your thesis. Your conclusion should be logical based on the claims you have made in the previous paragraphs. When someone finishes reading yo