A good argumentative essay should follow this structure:

  • Introductory paragraph. The first paragraph of your essay should outline the topic, provide background information necessary to understand your argument, outline the evidence you will present and states your thesis.
  • The thesis statement. This is part of your first paragraph.
  • Body paragraphs.
  • Conclusion.

Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you

1. How to make a good argument essay?

Make a claim. Provide the grounds (evidence) for the claim. Explain the warrant (how the grounds support the claim) Discuss possible rebuttals to the claim, identifying the limits of the argument and showing that you have considered alternative perspectives. The Toulmin model is a common approach in academic essays.

2. How exactly to compose an argumentative essay?

You might:

  • Claim that unconscious bias training does not have the desired results, and resources would be better spent on other approaches
  • Cite data to support your claim
  • Explain how the data indicates that the method is ineffective
  • Anticipate objections to your claim based on other data, indicating whether these objections are valid, and if not, why not.

3. What are the rules of writing an argumentative essay?

  • Utilise the first 15 min (the time allotted for reading the paper) for READING COMPREHENSION ONLY.
  • Now after reading the comprehension twice and attempting rest other questions of comprehension, attempt the precis part.
  • Read the question TWICE to find out EXACTLY WHAT IS ASKED.
  • Underline the part of comprehension relevant to the question.

4. How do I properly write an argumentative essay?

Steps on Writing Your Argumentative Essay

  1. Choosing A Topic. Whichever style of argument you choose, you will still need to choose an appropriate topic for an argumentative essay.
  2. Research. Look for material (books, articles, blogs, documentaries) by credible sources and experts.
  3. Write an Outline. A good outline will help you heaps when it comes to the writing process.
  4. Fill In the Blanks.
  5. Edit.