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1) The argument includes the reasons why one believes the answer to be true.
2) The argument of the essay should be stated in a single sentence, preferably the first sentence of a short essay
3) It should be stated in a way that includes a succinct reference to the reasons why the writer has taken his or her position
4) Every subsequent paragraph in the essay should be directly tied to the argument.
5) Analysis: Spell out the connections in concrete detail. Make the connections clear and explicit.
6) Substance: use concrete and specific examples to demonstrate the validity of a specific point. no Theoretical observations. The argument is to be rooted in a substantive reality.
7) Empirical evidence
8)Authoritative opinion: make sure that the opinions cited are indeed "authoritative."
9) All references must be properly cited, use the Modern Language Association system, and Bibliography
10) Clarity: Make sure that you have written a transition sentence linking one paragraph to the next. Avoid jargon or ambiguous words.
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