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Essay Template
 

Issue

[Introduction]

According to the author, <mention authors’ position>. On the other hand <Mention the other side of the authors prompt>. I strongly agree/disagree with the author. I have enough reasons to substantiate my position. Few of such reasons are discussed further in this essay.

[Body]

[Ist Para]
First reason is <mention the first reason and expand on it>. This paragraph should be 3-4 lines.

[2nd Para]

Second reason is <mention the first reason and expand on it>. This paragraph should be 3-4 lines.

[3rd Para]

Third such reason is <mention the first reason and expand on it>. This paragraph should be 3-4 lines.

 

[Conclusion]

In conclusion, based on the reasons that I have discussed in this essay, I strongly believe that <your position… and conclude as you did in your write up.>

Argument

[Introduction]

According to the argument, the author concluded that <author’s conclusion>. He based his conclusion on in-sufficient premises that <Mention Premises>. It is evident that author might have made many assumption. And in each of the assumptions are flawed. Few such assumptions are discussed further in this essay.

[Body]

[Ist Para]

First assumption is <mention the first assumption>. The flaw in this assumption is <expand on the flaw>. This paragraph should be 3-4 lines.

[2nd Para]

Second assumption is <mention the first assumption>. The flaw in this assumption is <expand on the flaw>. This paragraph should be 3-4 lines.

[3rd Para]

Third assumption is <mention the first assumption>. The flaw in this assumption is <expand on the flaw>. This paragraph should be 3-4 lines.

 

[Conclusion]

In conclusion, based on the flaws in the assumption that are discussed in this essay, author’s conclusion that < author’s conclusion > is base less. Therefore, the argument is definitely flawed and not well reasoned. If the author would have mentioned <write one assumption> as a premise in the argument, the argument would have been well reasoned.

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