Argument Essay Outline

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Argument Essay Outline
I. Introduction a. Hook: Women make up one half of society. Our society will remain backward and in chains unless its women are liberated, enlightened, and educated

b. Background Information: women play important role in the family, men in Saudi Arabia consider women as a second sort.

c. Opposing Position: Men in Saudi Arabia believe women should enjoy their lives and follow religious customs d. Thesis Statement: women in Saudi Arabia are deprived many rights, such as driving and social restrictions, as well as negative economical and psychological effects

II. First Support Point

a. Topic Sentence: Even though women in Saudi Arabia have an important role in society, they aren’t allowed to drive, travel,
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c. Opposing View: How might you briefly state the opposing position’s claim before stating your position?
d. Thesis: Topic, position, support points.
II. Support Paragraph One [remember you need two source-based support points] a. Topic Sentence: In one sentence, clearly and concisely introduce the topic for which the paragraph will debate. b: Evidence: Provide a direct quote from the text, which supports your position (in regards to this point, specifically). c. Explanation: In one-two sentences, briefly explain how the material (quote) will be used to support this particular support point. d. Counterargument: Acknowledge the opposing view (s) e. Rebuttal: Briefly re-state your claim.
III. Support Paragraph Two [remember you need two source-based support points] a. Topic Sentence: In one sentence, clearly and concisely introduce the topic for which the paragraph will debate. b: Evidence: Provide a direct quote from the text, which supports your position (in regards to this point, specifically). c. Explanation: In one-two sentences, briefly explain how the material (quote) will be used to support this particular support point. d. Counterargument: Acknowledge the opposing view (s) e. Rebuttal: Briefly re-state your claim.
IV. Conclusion a. Topic/Relevance: What topic did you discuss in your essay, and why is it

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