6 Part Oration: Argument Argument The following describes 6 moves that should be included in your argument essay.
This does NOT mean 6 paragraphs; some may take more than one paragraph to accomplish while some take less. I will also provide template phrasing/wording that can be used for each section. 1. Exordium (Intro)
Literally the web that draws the listeners in You provide context for the issue at hand and explain to the reader why the topic is important to consider. 2. Narration (Intro) Briefly provide background information that reveals what people
generally talk about when the topic of your argument comes up. (General Knowledge) 3. Partition (Intro) Divide your topic into smaller chunks, then commit to developing one.
Discuss the one chunk in your thesis by mapping out how you plan to address it. 4. Confirmation (Body Paragraphs) Generate points to support your thesis. Then make your points substantial by providing reasons, details,
examples, illustrations to support those points. 5. Refutation (Body Paragraphs) Anticipate your readers objections and address them. Use reasons, details, examples, illustrations to support/prove your points.
6. Peroration (Conclusion) A: address the so what question how are the readers better off for having read your essay? B: Includes material that compels the audience to think/act in a way that Conclude by doing two things supports the central argument.
C: By sounding like a conclusion because it draws together the entire argument.
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