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argumentative writing (comment + written discussion)

argumentative writing (comment + written discussion)

 argumentative writing
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(persuasive essay)
to present your personal opinion on a
thesis, to convince the r

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argumentative writing 1. the two different types Comment (persuasive essay) to present your personal opinion on a thesis, to convince the reader of your personal view on an issue Comment on..., Give your opinion..., Argue for/against... 1. introduction (catch attention, present the issue and its 2. body = two or more paragraphs 3. conclusion (sum up your personal opinion and give a final comment) personal, emotional, strong argumentation importance, state your opinion in the thesis) 2. the text structure Introduction essay 3. useful phrases Con-argument Present the most important con-argument that supports a different opinion. Invalidate or weaken the argument. (Why does this argument not count or what is wrong with it?) aim task structure difference Written discussion (argumentative essay) to present general arguments on both sides of an issue, offers your opinion as a conclusion Discuss..., Examine..., Evaluate..., Assess... Introduction: • attention grabbing first sentence • explanation of the topic and its importance a thesis you are going to discuss (written discussion) an opinion you are going to argue for (comment) 1. introduction (catch attention, present the issue and its importance, state your thesis) 2. body = two or more paragraphs 3. conclusion (sum up the main arguments and give your personal opinion) general, formal, more balanced argumentation Body: 1st paragraph • topic sentence with an argument you oppose supporting arguments and sentences • (conclusion of the paragraph) It is generally believed that... / Many people think... You have all heard about... 2nd paragraph topic sentence with an argument you support • supporting arguments and sentences (conclusion of the paragraph) (3rd paragraph) Conclusion: • a summary of...

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your most convincing arguments in other words • your conclusion as a result of your argumentation your personal opinion • a final statement (e.g. outlook into the future) People/students/teenagers often ask whether they should... A question that is often discussed among students/biologists/parents is... Imagine... Should...? You could argue that..., but... Some people take the view that... It is sometimes said that.... I would first like to look at the reasons why... It could be argued that... Certain people think.../ Some people feel that.../ You might argue that... On the one hand, some people are convinced that... Although... / Even if it is true that... Although x may have a good point... One of the main reasons/arguments why people think that...is that... Some teenagers might think.../ Parents could argue that... Admittedly,.../ I would not go so far as to say that... It must be admitted that... Pro-arguments Present the pro- arguments that supports your opinion. Give details, statistics, supporting arguments and examples. Conclusion Summarize the main points of your text. (Don't write new arguments here.) Give a personal statement. Maybe call for action: What do you want your readers to do about it? On the other hand, ... There is, however, another way of looking at... Furthermore, it must be said that... In addition, people argue... That is why... There is no doubt that.../ it is obvious that.../ Nobody can deny that... This is clear because... An additional argument I would like to bring forward is... That brings me to my final and ost important point:... The main reason for...is... I would also argue that... All in all,.../ In a nutshell,.../ In short,.. After looking at both sides of the argument, ... Considering all these arguments,... Having weighed up all the arguments,... Although I can understand the people who think..., I still think... Personally, I believe that.../...I am convinced that... To sum up, I would say.../ I would conclude that... I hope that.../ I support the effort to.../ I suggest that...

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argumentative writing 1. the two different types Comment (persuasive essay) to present your personal opinion on a thesis, to convince the reader of your personal view on an issue Comment on..., Give your opinion..., Argue for/against... 1. introduction (catch attention, present the issue and its 2. body = two or more paragraphs 3. conclusion (sum up your personal opinion and give a final comment) personal, emotional, strong argumentation importance, state your opinion in the thesis) 2. the text structure Introduction essay 3. useful phrases Con-argument Present the most important con-argument that supports a different opinion. Invalidate or weaken the argument. (Why does this argument not count or what is wrong with it?) aim task structure difference Written discussion (argumentative essay) to present general arguments on both sides of an issue, offers your opinion as a conclusion Discuss..., Examine..., Evaluate..., Assess... Introduction: • attention grabbing first sentence • explanation of the topic and its importance a thesis you are going to discuss (written discussion) an opinion you are going to argue for (comment) 1. introduction (catch attention, present the issue and its importance, state your thesis) 2. body = two or more paragraphs 3. conclusion (sum up the main arguments and give your personal opinion) general, formal, more balanced argumentation Body: 1st paragraph • topic sentence with an argument you oppose supporting arguments and sentences • (conclusion of the paragraph) It is generally believed that... / Many people think... You have all heard about... 2nd paragraph topic sentence with an argument you support • supporting arguments and sentences (conclusion of the paragraph) (3rd paragraph) Conclusion: • a summary of...

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your most convincing arguments in other words • your conclusion as a result of your argumentation your personal opinion • a final statement (e.g. outlook into the future) People/students/teenagers often ask whether they should... A question that is often discussed among students/biologists/parents is... Imagine... Should...? You could argue that..., but... Some people take the view that... It is sometimes said that.... I would first like to look at the reasons why... It could be argued that... Certain people think.../ Some people feel that.../ You might argue that... On the one hand, some people are convinced that... Although... / Even if it is true that... Although x may have a good point... One of the main reasons/arguments why people think that...is that... Some teenagers might think.../ Parents could argue that... Admittedly,.../ I would not go so far as to say that... It must be admitted that... Pro-arguments Present the pro- arguments that supports your opinion. Give details, statistics, supporting arguments and examples. Conclusion Summarize the main points of your text. (Don't write new arguments here.) Give a personal statement. Maybe call for action: What do you want your readers to do about it? On the other hand, ... There is, however, another way of looking at... Furthermore, it must be said that... In addition, people argue... That is why... There is no doubt that.../ it is obvious that.../ Nobody can deny that... This is clear because... An additional argument I would like to bring forward is... That brings me to my final and ost important point:... The main reason for...is... I would also argue that... All in all,.../ In a nutshell,.../ In short,.. After looking at both sides of the argument, ... Considering all these arguments,... Having weighed up all the arguments,... Although I can understand the people who think..., I still think... Personally, I believe that.../...I am convinced that... To sum up, I would say.../ I would conclude that... I hope that.../ I support the effort to.../ I suggest that...