What transition would you most likely use when supporting a claim with evidence?
The words “for instance” are useful when you want to support a claim with evidence. The words introduce a piece of evidence, or an example, to your text.
How do you write a good evidence?
Here are some ways to work evidence into your writing: Offer evidence that agrees with your stance up to a point, then add to it with ideas of your own. Present evidence that contradicts your stance, and then argue against (refute) that evidence and therefore strengthen your position.
What should you include in a conclusion paragraph?
- Topic sentence. Fresh rephrasing of thesis statement.
- Supporting sentences. Summarize or wrap up the main points in the body of the essay. Explain how ideas fit together.
- Closing sentence. Final words. Connects back to the introduction. Provides a sense of closure.
What are key features of arguments?
They generally have an assertion to state the main point, reasoning to explain why, and evidence to back up the claims. Often they also include a paragraph of context to inform the reader of the general topic, and have a concession paragraph to acknowledge and refute other arguments.
What are persuasive techniques?
Persuasive techniques are the methods or persuasive strategies used by writers to persuade the audience to agree with certain ideas or thoughts. Writers use logic and emotions to make them more compelling.
What makes something persuasive?
Persuasive people establish their ideas assertively and confidently, without being aggressive or pushy. Persuasive people don’t ask for much, and they don’t argue vehemently for their position because they know that subtlety is what wins people over in the long run.
Can a good argument be persuasive?
Argument Conclusion An argument conclusion is a claim you justify by a number of premises with inferences. It follows logically from your premises, and your argument can be called persuasive if those premises are true to support your conclusion.
How do you support an argument with evidence?
Here are some ways to work evidence into your writing:
- Offer evidence that agrees with your stance up to a point, then add to it with ideas of your own.
- Present evidence that contradicts your stance, and then argue against (refute) that evidence and therefore strengthen your position.
What is the correct sequence for developing a written argument?
It should be claim, reason, evidence, counterclaim and rebuttal, conclusion.