Posted by anonymous on Friday, April 3, 2009 at 4:35am.
A. issue <~~This is where you'll state "what is" or "what exists now." You don't go into stating any of these as problems, what should be changed, how they should be changed, etc. Simply what is, right now.
B. change <~~This is where you'll list and explain what problems exist among the issues you listed above and the changes you believe are needed.
C. opposition <~~This is where you'll tell what opponents to your ideas of change would argue, how they would disagree with you; this section can be smaller than the ones above.
This is one of the best websites I've seen for helping students write good arguments:
Be sure to read through it all. You'll end up with a better idea of what you need to include.
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