This collection of over 100 provocative readings, advertisements, and illustrations emphasizes real-world issues and topics for students to read and use in writing their own argumentative essays. The hotly debated issues are sure to create excitement.See how these introductions announce the outline of the essay: There can be no doubt that extrasensory perception exists. How else ... THE BODY The introduction and conclusion are little more than a frame surrounding what you have to say. ... Just as the introduction has a thesis statement announcing what the whole theme is about, so most paragraphs have topic sentences telling what they will cover.
|Title||:||The language of argument|
|Author||:||Daniel Lamont McDonald|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Publishers - 1989|