(Main ideas and Major supporting points)
Circle all the keywords in the question.
Circle the main verb (= action verb/imperative) in the question and decide on the necessary rhetorical strategy for answering the question (cause-effect, comparison-contrast, definition, classification, problem-solution).
Check your answer for grammar and punctuation.
Answer the question according to general rules of academic writing. Use indentations; begin each paragraph with a topic sentence; support the topic sentence(s) with reasons and/or examples; use transition words to show logical organization; write a conclusion. Use correct punctuation throughout.
Examples of Conclusion Paragraphs for an Argumentative Essay
As an example of a conclusion that contains the necessary academic components to be correct, here are two conclusion paragraphs that you can use as examples when writing your own. Each one should contain the following elements:
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[This marketing essay was an attempt to convince the reader that Facebook popularity will decline within the next three years. The statement was set forth, much evidence was given, and the outcome of several studies and interviews was discussed.]
Please select the most appropriate type of paper needed
As we’ve seen, Facebook is on the verge of taking a back seat in the arena of social media. According to independent surveys that were conducted, 65% of teenagers would prefer to utilize a social media platform that their parents are not on. When we look at the statistics, social platforms such as Pinterest and Twitter are growing at a much faster pace than Facebook did when it first started. For an in-depth study of this subject, I would suggest doing additional research into the popularity of Facebook’s competition. However, the facts so far indicate that the mother of social media platforms is about to lose out.