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Introducing What an Author Says ● X acknowledges that _____________. ● X agrees that _____________. ● X argues that _____________. ● X believes that _____________. ● X denies/does not deny that _____________. ● X claims that _____________. ● X complains that _____________. ● X concedes that _____________. ● X demonstrates that _____________. ● X celebrates the fact that _____________. ● X insists that _____________. ● X questions whether _____________. ● X reminds us that _____________. ● X reports that _____________. ● X suggests that _____________.
Introducing “Standard Views” ● Americans today tend to believe that ______________. ● Common sense seems to say that _________________. ● It is often said that __________________. ● Many people assume that ______________.
Introducing an Ongoing Debate ● In discussions of __________, one controversial issue has been ____________. On the one hand, ______________ argues __________________. On the other hand, ______________ opposes _____________. Others even believe ______________. My own view is ______________. ● When it comes to the topic of ________, most of us will readily agree that __________. Where this agreement usually ends, however, is on the question of _____________. While some are convinced that _____________, others believe that _____________.
Using a Quotation (i.e., Backing up your argument with proof) ● X states, “_______” ( ). ○ Example: Standage states, “Some [drinks] have served to highlight the power and status of the elite” (2). ● According to X, “____” ( ). ○ According to Standage, “Wine was the lifeblood of [Greece]” (3). ● X himself writes, “_______” ( ). ○ Standage himself writes, “Six beverages... chart the flow of world history” (2). ○ Odysseus himself says, “I longed for sweet Penelope” (9.21). ● In his book, ______________, X maintains that “________” ( ). ○ In his book, A History of the World in Six Glasses, Standage maintains that “Greek and Roman knowledge... had been safeguarded and extended by scholars in the Arab world” (4). ● Writing in the magazine ________, X complains that “____________” ( ). ○ Writing in the online magazine Salon, Weitz complains that “reality television is little more than gladiatorial combat” (3). ● X agrees when she writes, “_____” ( ). ○ I believe wine was the most influential drink in history. Standage agrees when he writes, “Wins was the lifeblood of [Greece]” (4). Explaining a Quotation (i.e., Showing that you understand what the quote says) ● Basically, X is saying _______. ● In other words, X believes ____________. ● In making this comment, X urges us to ________. ○ In making this comment, Cepeda urges us to look consider whether we do, actually, like hard work. ● X’s point is that _________. ● The essence of X’s argument is that _____________.
Naming Your Naysayers or Opponents (i.e., Introducing your rebuttal) ● Here many ____________ would probably object that _______. ○ Here many proponents of choice reading would probably object that complex texts destroy the enjoyment of reading. ● Of course, ____________s would certainly take issue with the argument that ________. ○ Of course, antiglobalization activists would certainly take issue with the argument that globalization helps out developing countries. ● ___________s, of course, may want to question whether ______________. ○ Patriots, of course, may want to question whether the United States is acting out of selfish motives in its wars overseas. ● Nevertheless, critics of _________ will probably argue that ______________. Page 2
Nevertheless, critics of student-chosen reading will probably argue that reading complex texts is the only way to increase reading levels.
Although not all _____________s think alike, some of them will probably dispute my claim that ______________. ○ Although not all globalization fans think alike, some of them will probably dispute my claim that globalized companies are destroying developing countries.
Making a Concession (i.e., They have a point, BUT...) ● Admittedly, ___________. ● Proponents of X are right to argue that ______________. But they are exaggerating when they claim that _____________. ○ Proponents of complex texts are right to argue that reading such material is essential for post-secondary success. But they are exaggerating when they claim that Standage’s book is the only possible complex text for world history students to read. ● While it is true that __________, it does not necessary follow that _____________. ● On the one hand, X is right to say ________________. On the other hand, it is still true that _________________. Disagreeing, with Reasons (i.e., They are just wrong) ● X is mistaken because she overlooks ______________.
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X’s claim that ____________ rests upon the questionable assumption that __________________. X can’t have it both ways. On the one hand, she argues ___________________. On the other hand, she also says ____________________. By focusing on _______________, X overlooks the deeper problem of ________________.
Establishing Why Your Claims Matter (i.e., Why should I care about this argument?) *This is great clincher material* ● X matters because _____________________.
High school matters because it either opens or closes doors into the rest of my life.
Although X may seem trivial, it is in fact crucial in terms of today’s concern over _________________.
Although doing homework may seem trivial, it is in fact crucial in terms of succeeding in high school and developing my brain. Ultimately, what is at stake here is ________________________.
Ultimately, what is at stake here is my lifelong flourishing; being lazy now means being unhappy for decades. Although X may seem of concern to only a small group of _________________, it should in fact concern anyone who cares about ________________. ○ Although high school may seem of concern to only a small group of nerdy students, it should in fact concern anyone who cares about having an enjoyable life.
Transitions For ADDING IDEAS: also another in fact equally important moreover furthermore additionally indeed in addition For MAKING A CONTRAST: however nevertheless although conversely on the contrary notwithstanding even though all the same on the other hand by contrast nonetheless For COMPARING: likewise equally along the same lines similarly in comparison in the same way For CITING AN EXAMPLE: for example in other words in fact for instance specifically after all as an illustration consider For SHOWING RESULTS: accordingly hence consequently as a result thus therefore For REINFORCING AN IDEA: especially important above all most noteworthy especially relevant a significant factor most of all For ELABORATING (expanding upon a point): actually by extension to put it another way to put it bluntly in short to put it succinctly in other words ultimately basically For CONCEDING A POINT: admittedly of course although it is true that naturally granted to be sure For CONCLUDING: clearly hence consequently obviously therefore thus in short all in all