Rodrigo Lobo Period 7 Argumentative essays help the reader to understand the opinions. Those opinions are based in several reasons that are listed with coherence. The goal of the argumentative paper is to convince the audience that the claim or opinion is true (Source 1). You have to analyze your essay in order to make it essay to understand to the reader and to convince them why you think in that way about that specific topic. You have to plan your essay, having an idea is essential, then make the structure with logic, list your evidence, support those statements with your ideas, include the opposition and refutations and conclude your message. The first thing you should do before typing is planning what you going to do. Planning your essay gives you benefits; you get content, logic, structure, and coverage (Source 2). Planning is not a waste of time; in fact it gives you ideas of how you are going to transmit your message and explanation. It Helps to change your mind, order structure and place your blocks (Source 2). There are no mistakes in planning, is a model, but it is still very important, and it is the difference between a well-made essay and a disorganized one. You have to think about the structure of you essay; they need an introduction, body and conclusion (Source 2). In the introduction you have to introduce the reader in the topic, explaining how the context or the ambient is; then you have to add what your essay is going to guide: your thesis statement. The thesis statement is a long sentence that include or your evidences listed and all your next paragraphs will be related to it and will present an argument to support it. The next paragraphs will answer the thesis statement with reasons; try to vary the length and beginnings of the arguments to keep readers interested in your…
October 30, 2013
Changes of Disobedience of Speed limits
As people have we become more and more inpatient with our driving abilities? Are we such in a hurry that it can cause our life to be taken? What if you believed that by keeping the speed limit low it would be easier to avoid getting into an accident or being aware of an accident getting ready to occur? The problem of today’s driving is that people are too comfortable getting…
AP English III, 7th Period
17 October 2014
Argument Log #1, Six Weeks 2
Billy O’Reilly, host of The O’Reilly Factor, is the primary speaker.
The argument is how much faith people have in this government and safe they feel in the country itself.
One of Bill O’Reilly’s techniques that he uses to make his argument stand out more is important use of diction that is happening throughout the video. For instance, incompetence…
English Comp II
November 5, 2014
Foreign-Born Citizens in America’s Population
As of 2013, 27% of America’s populations are foreign-born citizens. Moreover, Mexico has the highest number of foreign-born citizens coming in at 9.6 million. Each year America receives 175,900 immigrants from Mexico. As of the 2000s, these statistics has become a big controversy in the USA. Some of these immigrants are illegal, but have had children while living here in America. People in the U.S…
English Composition I
20 November 2014
The idea of wearing school uniforms is a difficult concept for North Americans to latch onto and apply to our everyday lives. Wearing uniforms is typically practiced in private school. Research has shown that uniforms help students perform well academically and are very comfortable wearing the same outfit every day. Statistics recorded in Alexandria, Virginia show that uniforms have helped the school overall by seventy-two…
From the beginning to end, the main character Equaility 7-2521, in the book Anthem made many changes. One change that Equality made was became an individual. In the beginning of the novella, Equality didn’t see himself as an individual. He didn’t even see him self at all. Another change that Equality made was he became brave. Originally, he was weak, and scared of the House of the Scholars, but he soon realized that he could be brave and stand up to them. The two major changes that Equality made…
Drinking Age Saves Lives.
In the early morning hours of August 28, 2008, two teenagers, Milad Moulayi and Mackenzie Frazee, left a friend's party in Milad's Mercedes Benz. They both had been drinking underage at the party, guzzling down a few cocktails throughout the night. Just minutes after leaving the party, the Mercedes had gained speeds of more than 100 mph and found itself wrapped around a utility pole, just a few miles away from their friend's house. Milad, 18-years-old, walked away from…
everyone to speak the same language, now that New Mexico is a state they will be a part of our government so every document would have to be printed in both English and Spanish, making it a hassle to communicate to this state. Also, if the state wants to talk about an issue they are having, they will have to translate their documents into English. This could become an issue in future years, especially if the translation isn’t right.
Spanish is an important part of New Mexico’s heritage and what makes…
Argument Analysis Essay 2
PHIL 310 Course Outcomes Assessed
2. Relate the importance of basic logical concepts such as validity, soundness and consistency to reasoning practice.
3. Apply analytical and thinking skills through syllogistic, symbolic and informal logic scenarios.
5. Translate, formalize and evaluate simple arguments in categorical and propositional form.
6. Combine theory and practice to communicate logical arguments orally and in written form.
they think bigger population means more wealth. Big companies now need their customers which mean more people in our world. The more people we have will influence these companies to get bigger and push the community to its limit. While all of the arguments against population control policies are valid, the reasons to institute population control policies are far more profound. For example, if we didn’t have population control polices as of today our economy would be in danger.
To prevent this issue…
ENG122: Composition II
An Introduction to Argument
English 122: Composition II
An Introduction to Argument
Argument and Rhetoric
An argument can take many forms. It is, at its root, a method for communicating a singular
position with evidence, logic, and persuasion. There are essential elements to all valid
arguments, though they may take different forms.
A successful argument depends upon the delicate balance
between these elements. Imagine a…