Traditional structure of an essay

Format MLA-double spaced. 5 to six pages with detailed outline. The essay must include 5 appropriate Academic researches about the topic.

You must include

  1. an arguable (debatable) claim (thesis)
  2. evidence (reasons) to support your claim (body)
    1. The amount of evidence you need is the amount that best supports your argument.
      1. Many of you are used to the idea of THREE reasons to support your thesis, with one body paragraph of each reason. I want to encourage you to think differently about that for this essay. Instead, I want you to focus on the evidence that is the strongest and most relevant support for your thesis, whether it is two reasons or five. The same idea applies to the number of paragraphs for your evidence. One reason might need two or three paragraphs. One may be perfectly fine. Focus on what you have to say and not the traditional structure of an essay.
  3. A reflective conclusion intended to convince readers your argument is strong. It should not contain a simple restating of your thesis. It should consider the implications of your claim. What happens if your claim isn’t acted on? What are some possible ways your claim can be acted on? (conclusion)

You may also include in your essay:

  • Background/history of the topic
  • A relevant story that demonstrates the importance of the topic or shows why the issue is a problem
  • How you became aware of the issue

Requirements:   |   .doc file

Hello. Please find below the essay about the Abortion that can help you and you can use one of its source for this essay two. It is just defination of the issue but this time I need an arguable essay about Abortion. Please make sure to avoid plagiarism.

Answer preview

The primary argument in favor of legalizing abortion appertains to individual liberties that a person has (Ziegler 11). Civilized societies are defined by their capacity to guarantee personal freedoms and let individuals conduct their affairs without undue interference. Liberty commences with the recognition that an individual has control over their own body and that no one should force them to do or not do something. Proponents of this view assert that the decision to carry a pregnancy to full term or terminate it is best determined by the woman who has the pregnancy. Therefore, forcing a woman to carry a pregnancy and give birth when she does not want to amounts to the derogation of her dignity. Another angle to this argument asserts that pregnancy is tied to a woman’s productive health. Therefore, society should perceive it as a privacy issue that the woman involved is best placed to handle (Ziegler 128). Failure to respect women’s choice on this issue robs them of their dignity and forces them to seek degrading and dangerous alternatives.

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Traditional structure of an essay