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The fplowing are the key aspects related to the introduction section:
Provide a brief overview of the topic.
Introduce the reader to your article’s topic. The first paragraph of an article’s introduction should include a thesis statement that clearly explains the argument that the writer will advance throughout the article. If you are writing an argument article, you should also define the controversy or problem that you plan to address in your article.
Construction of effective introductory paragraphs is primarily dependent on the ability of the author to effectively convey his or her main ideas. It is important to provide a reasonable amount of information rather than too little or too much. To do so, you should begin with a statement that captures the readers’ interest and clearly indicates what they can expect to find in your article. Your introductory paragraph should then provide enough information to enable readers to understand the context for your discussion or argument. It should also establish your credibility as a knowledgeable, qualified person to write on the topic. Finally, it should provide some kind of transition — either implicit or explicit — into your body paragraphs.
The fplowing are the key aspects related to the body section:
Develop your main points and support them with relevant reasons and examples.
The body of your article is where you develop and support your thesis with facts, examples, explanations, and other evidence. The basic structure of an effective argumentative article includes three major parts. the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. Within each part, there may be one or more points that you want to make; these points should be clearly related to one another and work together to support the main point of the article. Your article’s body paragraphs may or may not also contain sub-points or details that provide additional clarity and examples related to your main points. The purpose of each of these parts and of each point is to convince your reader of your main point — which you established in your thesis statement — through logical reasoning and evidence. This means that every point you make must be supported by facts or evidence, and taken together, these facts and evidence must compel your reader to agree with your thesis statement.
1st Paragraph. Introduce a specific example that demonstrates your main point. Select a real-life situation or hypothetical example that best illustrates your point. You can use a quotation from a relevant source in order to illustrate your point, but in this case it is important to introduce it properly in order to avoid any misunderstandings. In addition, when using quotations, it is helpful to explain their relevance in order to avoid any confusion about how they relate to your point. Avoid merely providing a summary of the quotation in your own words. Be sure to use proper citations when incorporating quotations from other sources into your paper. For more about citing sources, see my handout on research/citing sources at http://www.nccu.edu/writingcenter/handouts/research-citation.pdf
2nd Paragraph. Explain why this example supports your main point. Define key terms if necessary and provide further explanation about how the example relates to your main point. It is important to remember that in order for an example to be considered “relevant” to your argument, it must address both the topic and purpose of your paper. For example, if you are writing an article about driving safety and you choose a particular intersection as an example of a dangerous location due to its high vpume of traffic accidents, you will need to show how the intersection was responsible for the accidents by illustrating how drivers could have avoided them by taking different routes.
3rd Paragraph. Provide support for your main point using additional examples or explanations. If necessary, use additional examples or explanations in order to provide additional support for your main point. Based on what you learned in step 2, choose additional examples that are relevant to your argument and cover similar topics because this will help strengthen your overall argument by demonstrating that there are many different situations that illustrate your main point. Also keep in mind that every paragraph in your article—even the introductory paragraph—should contain some kind of concluding sentence (or sentences. that restate your main idea by referring back to it specifically (for example. For example, you might conclude by saying something like “This example demonstrates how…” or “This example shows how…” or “These examples show how…” (depending on how many examples you used. It is especially important to end each paragraph with a concluding sentence because it signals to readers that you are moving on to new material rather than restating what you already said; therefore, readers can keep track of how different topics relate to one another throughout your paper.
4th Paragraph. Conclude with a general statement about your main point. Restate the main idea of the article in one sentence or in several sentences within a sentence. It is important to remember that this concluding statement should refer back specifically to the thesis statement in order to finish developing it fully. This means that when you reach this final paragraph, you should have addressed all parts of the thesis statement by showing how they are interconnected with one another within the context of your entire article. The purpose of this concluding paragraph is primarily rhetorical in nature since it simply summarizes what you have said in previous paragraphs by providing a brief summary of what you have argued in relation to the entire paper rather than just one specific idea or example. This final paragraph should therefore include a direct reference back to the thesis statement in order to reestablish its importance within the context of your entire article; otherwise, it risks sounding disjointed from your overall paper because it does not seem related to the rest of the article at all (which would contradict everything you have already argued. The final paragraph is also useful for providing added emphasis on particularly important points within the context of an overview of all major points made in relation to your thesis statement; however, this is not necessarily required since it is generally assumed that every part of an article is equally important since all sections work together as a whpe rather than independently from one another. In any case, it is important to remember that every paragraph in an article should contain some kind of concluding sentence (or sentences. that restate main points from previous paragraphs by referring back directly to them (for example. For example, you might conclude by saying something like “This example demonstrates how…” or “This example shows how…” or “These examples show how…” (depending on how many examples you used. It is especially important to end each paragraph with a concluding sentence because it signals to readers that you are moving on to new material rather than restating what you already said; therefore, readers can keep track of how different topics relate to one another throughout your paper. Or you might simply conclude by saying something like “In conclusion…” fplowed by a restatement of your thesis statement directly after a brief transition sentence such as “In sum…” or “Overall…”
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