1- I have a strong start. Please review these guidelines as you revise and complete your next draft.

It should follow one of these patterns:

Pattern A: Body Paragraph #1-Your first point/reason and its supporting evidence

Body Paragraph #2-Your second point/reason and its supporting evidence

Body Paragraph #3-Your third point/reason and its supporting evidence

Body Paragraph #4-Refutation of the opposing view point.

Pattern B:

Body Paragraph #1- Refutation of the opposing view point.

Body Paragraph #2-Your first point/reason and its supporting evidence

Body Paragraph #3-Your second point/reason and its supporting evidence

Body Paragraph #4- Your third point/reason and its supporting evidence


Pattern C: Body Paragraph #1-Your first point/reason and its supporting evidence (which also refutes one of your opposition’s claims)

Body Paragraph #2-Your second point/reason and its supporting evidence (which also refutes one of your opposition’s claims)

Body Paragraph #3-Your third point/reason and its supporting evidence (which also refutes one of your opposition’s claims)

Be sure your essay does the following:

1. Argue your ideas logically (logos).

2. Appeal to your readers’ concerns, beliefs, and values (pathos).

3. Establish credibility (ethos).

4. Offer evidence that effectively supports your claims.

5. Present a call to action in your conclusion.

Revising Checklist:

1. Remember your audience. You should use an appropriate tone for this essay (do not use an angry or antagonistic tone). Also, remember not to insult any readers that may not agree with your position. Present your argument logically and non-threateningly. You want to win readers over because of your relevant and truthful examples, not through bullying or logical fallacies.

2. Recognize logical fallacies. Logical fallacies are common errors in reasoning that all good writers try to avoid. Not only should you avoid them, but if you find them present in the opposition’s argument, you should point them out as a means to demonstrate why the opposing argument is weaker than your argument.

3. Cite all of your sources. First, make sure you are using the required amount/type of sources.

4. Check for grammatical/mechanical errors. Reading your paper aloud, as you may have figured out during your presentation, is a great way to catch mistakes. Having someone else read it aloud is even better, because they will stumble over mistakes that you might read through since you subconsciously know what you actually meant.

 
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