You’ve created a strong thesis statement, you’ve compiled your research, you may have even written your intro, but where do you go from here? Are you stumped about how exactly to put all of this information together?
Organizing a long research paper can be a daunting task, but fear not! Read on for a quick and easy way to lay out your argument essay. This organization method is only one option, and your instructor may have a preferred method, but if you are lost, this is a great road map to get you unstuck.
Start with Your Thesis
To begin, you’ll need to write down your thesis statement.
Thesis: The US should implement a cross-country high-speed rail system.
Now you have to answer the big question: Why should the US implement a cross-country high-speed rail system?
Reasoning out an Argument
Answering this question in a series of what we’ll…
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