Instructions: Draft 2 should include: 1. the introduction, 2. the opposition paragraph (1st body), 3. 1st supporting point paragraph (2nd body), and 4. 2nd supporting point paragraph (3rd body). That is a total of 4 paragraphs plus your Works Cited page for this submission.
Guidelines for the first body paragraph:
Remember that the first body paragraph is going to inform the reader of your opposition’s points.
- Topic sentence: Make it clear that you will be explaining the other side’s points. (Use language that separates you from them. Ex: “Supporters of gun control believe” or “Those who oppose transgender people in sports argue”)
- Development: Provide the information about your opposition’s claims/points. (Use the sources you found that are against your position. You can also refer to the column on your issue evaluation chart. You may quote or use your own words to explain, but if you use information that you found from a source, mark it so we can cite it later.)
- Concluding Sentence: For the final sentence, you want to acknowledge the validity of your opposition’s points but transition to your own argument effectively. (Example: “A desire for national safety is understandable, but building a wall on the border causes too many problems to justify its construction.”)
Be sure to follow the usual body paragraph structure for all other body paragraphs, too:
- Topic Sentence (indicate which supporting point you will develop)
- Development (include several sentences of explanation and evidence to develop and support your point)
- Closing Sentence (summarize your point for this paragraph)
Remember to not be emotional, stick to what makes logical sense, and use valid evidence. Cite your sources!
- apply essay basics to writing
- organize and structure an effect argument essay
- defend a claim with evidence and reason
- use unbiased language in writing
- use secondary sources to develop and support a claim
- use MLA design and documentation correctly
- edit writing for comma splices and fused sentences
- demonstrate knowledge of multiple perspectives of an issue
The life of a celebrity compared to an average person’s life is very different. A rich person lives a more luxuries lifestyle than the average person does. The average person usually only owns a single home where as someone of wealth may own several homes. The normal person is not as fortunate as someone who is rich and can sometimes be envious of what the elite own. The average salary for a middle class family is $60,000 to $85,000 the minimum amount of money you need to live a comfortable lifestyle these days is around $50,000. In order to be considered wealthy it is over a million dollars and with that amount of money you can buy almost anything you want and never have to work again, that is if you are careful with your finances. A rich celebrity on television usually owns a couple of luxurious homes all over the world that’s why we get excited watching them on television and showing all that they own. We, as the viewers, are interested to see what the rich have spent their money on. While we are also jeal>GET ANSWER