Argument
So far we have revised how to write an argument. An argument has an introduction, main points supported with detail, and a conclusion.

Here are some links to information about arguments:
Argue against an opponent: BBC Site
Argument Checklist for students
Examples of Arguments
Argument Powerpoint

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3 Responses to “Arguments”


  1. 1 Luciella 21 November, 2009 at 8:35 am

    NONE COMMENT ON THIS ARGUEMENT PAGE OR I WILL START AN ARGUEMENT!!!


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