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Argumentative Organization Plan

Argumentative Organization Plan

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Argumentative Organization PlanPlan AIntroduction
Explanation of the issueThesis statement of intent and opinion
Body
Pro argument 1 ( weakest argument that supports your opinion)Pro argument 2 (stronger argument that supports your opinion)Pro argument 3 (strongest argument that supports your opinion)Con argument(s) and refutation of the counter-argument(s)
Conclusion
SummaryRecommendationSolutionPrediction
 
Plan A: Example:Should we focus on the development of solar energy systems? Introduction:
Explain: about sources of energy and the coming importance of solar energy.Thesis statement:
Although
solar energy systems are initially costly and have beeninefficient, we need to continue to develop solar energy
because
the sourceis free, in exhaustible, safe, and needs only simple technology.
Body:
Pro 1: the source (the sun) is free, plentiful, and inexhaustible.Pro 2: the systems are safe, nonpolluting.Pro 3: the systems need only simple technology.Counter-argument paragraph about cost and efficiency
Short vs. long term costs and efficiency.
Initial investment high, but eventually much less expensive
research will continue to increase efficiency
Conclusion:
Summary + solution to the energy problems
 
A recommendation to pursue research in solar energy technology
Plan BIntroduction:
Explanation of the issueThesis statement of intent and opinion
Body:
Con argument(s) and refutation of the counter-argument(s)Pro argument 1 (weakest argument that supports your opinion)Pro argument 2 (stronger argument that supports your opinion)Pro argument 3 (strongest argument that supports your opinion)
Conclusion:
SummaryRecommendationSolutionPrediction

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