thoughtful attention-getter–one that will connect with your audience

thoughtful attention-getter–one that will connect with your audience

This paragraph should begin with a thoughtful attention-getter–one that will connect with your audience and entice them to WANT to continue reading your essay.

 Introduction #1:
This paragraph should begin with a thoughtful attention-getter–one that will connect with your audience and entice them to WANT to continue reading your essay.
This paragraph should also teach something about the issue that you would like your audience to know or feel is important for them to know before getting into your arguments.

Introduction #2:
This paragraph should begin by speaking, in general, about how people who do NOT believe in your position on the issue feel.  You could include a description of a situation or social media post that most audience members may be familiar with to help give a clear idea of where the opposition lies.
This paragraph should then speak generally about how people who AGREE WITH YOU feel about the issue.  Again, describing a situation or social media post that is familiar to your audience would be a great way to lead them into your argument.
The last sentence of this paragraph is your thesis statement:  
Format of your thesis statement (follow this template):
Although some people believe ________________, my position on _________(the issue)____ is ____(tell audience if your are FOR or AGAINST) _____ because ___list claims___(claim #1), (claim #2), (claim #3).
Claim #1:  
This paragraph will begin with a topic sentence that clears and simply state your position (claim #1 from the thesis) that this paragraph will argue
Following the outline template from last week, you will introduce the 1st quote, give quote #1, analyze quote #1, introduce quote #2, give quote #2, and analyze quote #2

Claim #2:  
This paragraph will begin with a topic sentence that clears and simply state your position (claim #1 from the thesis) that this paragraph will argue
Following the outline template from last week, you will introduce the 1st quote, give quote #1, analyze quote #1, introduce quote #2, give quote #2, and analyze quote #2

Claim #3:  
This paragraph will begin with a topic sentence that clears and simply state your position (claim #1 from the thesis) that this paragraph will argue
Following the outline template from last week, you will introduce the 1st quote, give quote #1, analyze quote #1, introduce quote #2, give quote #2, and analyze quote #2

Opposing Claim
This paragraph will begin with a topic sentence that clears and simply state your position (claim #1 from the thesis) that this paragraph will argue
Following the outline template from last week, you will introduce the 1st quote, give quote #1, analyze quote #1, introduce quote #2, give quote #2, and analyze quote #2

Rebuttal (you will try to disprove the opposing argument from above)
This paragraph will begin with a topic sentence that clears and simply state your position (claim #1 from the thesis) that this paragraph will argue
Following the outline template from last week, you will introduce the 1st quote, give quote #1, analyze quote #1, introduce quote #2, give quote #2, and analyze quote #2

For all analyses in the body paragraphs please choose 2 of the 6 strategies listed on the analysis slide in the Body Paragraph Writing PowerPoint.

Conclusion: (please follow the RECAP format as outlined in the Conclusion Writing PowerPoint)
(Use sources you already have)
Also use stuff from Elizabeth heath essay: https://www.Washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/cute-funny-animal-video-pandemic/2020/06/26/d253d9ae-b712-11ea-a8da-693df3d7674a_story.html

Dana Boyd essay: Https://points.datasociety.net/hacking-the-attention-economy 9fa1daca7a37

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