Effects/prevention of domestic violencePlease follow the first file I attached, especially the structure. Introduction: 1.Starts with a hook 2.Establishes the topic 3.Briefly summarizes the specific controversy/issue and opposing view points 4.States the specific argumentative claim Context/Background information: 1.Supplies essential background of the issue (e.g. history, facts, dates, statistics, etc.) 2.Defines unfamiliar terms 3.Establishes the importance of the issue 4.Builds credibility by demonstrating knowledge Supporting Paragraphs: 1.Each paragraph/section develops a specific point that supports the claim 2.Start with a clear, focused topic sentence (NOT borrowed information) 3.Contain specific, documented evidence (MLA style) 4.Explain the significance of evidence Counter-argument: 1.Develops and objectively presents the strongest opposition(s) to your claim 2.Start with a clear, focused topic sentence 3.Contains specific, documented evidence (MLA style) 4.Explains the significance of evidence Rebuttal: 1.Addresses and refutes the counter-argument 2.Start with a clear, focused topic sentence 3.Contains specific, documented evidence (MLA style) 4.Explain the significance of evidence Conclusion: 1.Restates the claim 2.Summarizes the main points/supporting evidence 3.Ends with strong final comments Works Cited: 1.Follow MLA guidelines 2.Begins on a separate page 3.Matches in-text citations

Please follow the first file I attached, especially the structure.
Introduction:
1.Starts with a hook
2.Establishes the topic
3.Briefly summarizes the specific controversy/issue and opposing view points
4.States the specific argumentative claim
Context/Background information:
1.Supplies essential background of the issue (e.g. history, facts, dates, statistics, etc.)
2.Defines unfamiliar terms
3.Establishes the importance of the issue
4.Builds credibility by demonstrating knowledge
Supporting Paragraphs:
1.Each paragraph/section develops a specific point that supports the claim
2.Start with a clear, focused topic sentence (NOT borrowed information)
3.Contain specific, documented evidence (MLA style)
4.Explain the significance of evidence
Counter-argument:
1.Develops and objectively presents the strongest opposition(s) to your claim
2.Start with a clear, focused topic sentence
3.Contains specific, documented evidence (MLA style)
4.Explains the significance of evidence
Rebuttal:
1.Addresses and refutes the counter-argument
2.Start with a clear, focused topic sentence
3.Contains specific, documented evidence (MLA style)
4.Explain the significance of evidence
Conclusion:
1.Restates the claim
2.Summarizes the main points/supporting evidence
3.Ends with strong final comments
Works Cited:
1.Follow MLA guidelines
2.Begins on a separate page
3.Matches in-text citations

 

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