Argue for a Cause

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English | Model Argue for a Cause Essay | Everyone Should Be Able to Attend the Upcoming Protest
Model Argue for a Cause Essay
Everyone Should Be Able to Attend the Upcoming Protest
A petition has been turned in at city hall to have Thursday’s midnight vigil changed
to be a Saturday afternoon rally. This protest is an opportunity for the community
to support the environment and to express their concerns about a proposed mining
operation in the pristine Mount Emmons wilderness area. However, parents and
community leaders have expressed concerns over the participation of the community’s
young people in this protest at such a late hour on a weeknight, and have gone so far
as to deny people under the age of eighteen the right to participate. I believe that the
timing of this event should be changed so that young people not only have the right
to be a part of this important event, but can be encouraged to participate because this
protest provides an incredible opportunity to learn about important issues and become
more involved in the community.
The first reason that young people should be allowed to participate in the protest is
that this event will give them firsthand experience with political activism. Peaceful
protests are an important part of political discourse in the United States and have
long been a vehicle through which individuals raise their voices and demand change.
From women’s suffrage to the civil rights movement, peaceful protests and marches
are an important part of American democracy. Many young people learn about these
movements and protests, but it is also important for them to experience these things
by fighting for causes that they believe in. We are constantly looking for ways to make
education come alive; what better way to learn about the importance of activism than
to encourage young people to actively participate in it?
The second reason that young people should be allowed to participate in the protest
is that the community as a whole will be present. Parents, government leaders, and
business owners overwhelmingly support protecting the environment and rejecting the
mining proposal that would endanger nearly 10,000 acres of wilderness. Community
leaders understand that the mine could negatively impact the water supply as well
as the booming tourism industry that keeps our town viable. A mine would also
damage the culture of our community and destroy a hundred square miles of beautiful
recreational trails and camp sites, replacing these peaceful and natural landscapes
with machinery, foul odors, oil, and the constant clang of metal on metal. Young
people, as members of this community who will be directly affected by these changes,
should be able to join with their parents, friends, and community leaders and stand
alongside them. If this issue is important enough for our parents to be present,
shouldn’t it be important for us to be there, too?
Despite these reasons, some parents and leaders still believe that a protest is no place
for young people. They argue that this is an issue for adults. They assert that, since
people under the age of eighteen currently cannot vote on the issue, it is not important
that they be present.
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Begin annotation.
The first paragraph
is the
introduction: hook,
context, and thesis
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Begin
annotation.Body
paragraphs present
claims + reasons
+ evidence
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Begin annotation.
Rhetorical devices
are used in the body
paragraphs.
rhetorical devices
appeal to logos,
ethos, and pathos
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This paragraph
summarizes
opposing viewpoints
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English | Model Argue for a Cause Essay | Everyone Should Be Able to Attend the Upcoming Protest
While it is true that people under eighteen cannot vote, they are still members of this
community. What’s more, the proposed mine and protest directly affect the lives of
everyone in the community—including young people. The mine would also have a
dramatic impact on the future of this town and those young people who will be living
their lives here. Thus, it is imperative that young people take an active role in the
protest and in the democratic process by which their futures will be decided. Attending
the protest will provide young people with numerous opportunities to learn about the
democratic process, to develop their voices, and to fight for a cause that they believe in.
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This paragraph
includes the author’s
response to opposing
viewpoints
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Have you ever believed in a cause? Have you ever stood up for what was right? The
young people of our community want their opportunity. Today, I call upon all who care
about the environment and the importance of the democratic process to stand up
for their beliefs and to sign the petition to reschedule this protest rally for Saturday
afternoon. Furthermore, I call upon parents, business owners, and community leaders
to support all members of their community as we work together for a better future.
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The final paragraph
includes a
call to action
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Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited.
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BCCC Tutoring Center
Outline for a Five-Paragraph Essay
Paragraph 1: Introduction
The introductory paragraph should include the following elements:
Background information: Enough information necessary for your reader to understand your topic
Thesis statement: Indicates your paper’s topic, makes your paper’s purpose clear, and provides an
overview of the three main supporting points that will unify the essay. The thesis statement is typically
the last sentence.
If you are writing in response to a text, the introduction should include the title, author, and genre of that
piece.
Paragraph 2: Body Paragraph
Begins with a topic sentence that identifies one main idea that will be discussed as support or proof for the
thesis statement
Supporting sentences use specific details, demonstrated through closely related examples or evidence, to
expand and explain the main idea. Generally, a well-developed paragraph has at least five to eight
sentences.
Paragraph unity means that all ideas in a paragraph are closely related to its topic sentence and further
develop that topic sentence. That is, all sentences in a single paragraph must be unified around a central
point or idea.
Paragraph 3: Body Paragraph
This paragraph, and any subsequent body paragraph, should begin with a topic sentence that signals the
reader that a new idea or point is being introduced.
As you organize your essay, keep in mind its coherence. Coherence refers to connections among
paragraphs and ideas—the logical sequence of your thoughts.
o Use transition words or phrases at the outset of your body paragraphs and to move from one idea
to another within your paragraphs.
o Have you transitioned logically from the main idea in the previous paragraph to this one? Are you
making clear connections among the paragraphs and ideas? Be sure to think about coherence during
the revision stage of the writing process.
Paragraph 4: Body Paragraph
This paragraph begins with the final topic sentence that relates back to the remaining point mentioned in the
thesis statement. Each paragraph should contain a new main idea.
Again, flesh out this main idea with specific examples, details, and relevant support.
Be sure to maintain paragraph unity. That is, each sentence must relate to your topic sentence.
Paragraph 5: Conclusion
The conclusion revisits your overall purpose for writing and often invites your reader to consider the
implications of why your ideas are significant.
The conclusion may restate the thesis, summarize the paper’s major points, or leave the reader with a final
thought to ponder. Several other methods for writing conclusions are included on a separate Tutoring Center
handout. If you choose to restate the thesis or summarize the essay’s main ideas, do not repeat the same
wording from the introduction or body paragraphs. Remember not to introduce new, unrelated ideas in the
conclusion.
Think of the introduction and conclusion as “bookends” that serve to hold the essay tightly together. The
introduction will “push” into or initiate the examination of your topic and the angle you decide to focus on, while
the conclusion will “pull” tight all the ideas that you have gathered together for a unified essay.
Remember, the five-paragraph model can be expanded to include more body paragraphs that probe more deeply
into your subject. Check with your instructor to ensure whether or not you can exceed this length for an
assignment.

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