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introduction: With attention getters (like a good quotation, or a hypothetical scenario), general background information about your issue (define/explain what you think your reader might need to know, what controversy is surrounding this issue), and a thesis statement (which is a clear position for one side of the issue).

Origins of the issue: When and where did your issue begin? Who or what group brought it to the attention of others? What were the causes of the issue? Take the reader from the starting point to the current debate.

Why is this an issue? What are some of the consequences that have occurred? Why should anyone care? How are other people affected by it?

Your first reason to support your position/argument: explain, give examples, analyze.

Your second reason to support your position/argument: explain, give examples, analyze.

Your third reason to support your position/argument: explain, give examples, analyze.

The opposing point of view’s strongest argument—acknowledge, explain their reasons for their beliefs, support them with research. Transition into your refutation.

Critique solutions that have been attempted and discuss why they failed.

Offer a modified or an original solution—can a compromise be reached? What are the steps to resolving this issue?

Conclusion: Take a look into future—what if the issue is not resolved? What would be the benefits if it were, or perhaps the consequences if it weren’t?
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Paragraph for each point (8 paragraphs)
Works cited page
There is also a Ted Talk by Jim Fallon I would like you to add as a source

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