Argument Discussion about Tattoos in the workplace *Remember to look at the Purdue Owl APA formatting guide on what information needs to be present on this particular page.
Section Two: The Abstract (150 – 250 Words)
The Abstract is essentially an overview of your entire essay and of the argument that you will be making within your essay.
Section Three: The Main Essay (1200 – 1700 Words)
I want to be clear that the following method for structuring your main essay portion is just one possible way that you can do this…
Introduction (200 Words): The goal here in this section is simply to introduce the overall topic itself that you will be discussing in this essay and then gradually more toward a specific thesis sentence at the end of the paragraph that indicates your argument that you will be making.
Argument Discussion about Tattoos in the workplace Introduction
You may be able use introductions that you have used in one of the other essays leading up to this one, though if you decide to do that I would recommend making revisions to it.
Topic Dialogue (400 – 600 Words): The goal here is simply to introduce the conversation that is being had about the topic that you have chosen, and that you have been listening to via research…
Remember that this topic has existed long before you decided to write about it, so here you simply want to introduce some of the different things that people are saying about this topic.
This is a great place to the information from the Source Integration Essay, and I highly recommend that you do that (although you will probably need to make some revisions to it).
This section is NOT where you will introduce many of your own thoughts (if any at all), but rather introduce the dialogue among your sources that will help you set the stage for your upcoming argument in the next section.
Be sure to quote and cite correctly.
Original Argument (600 – 900 Words): The goal here is to introduce your voice and your original argument to the discussion being had about the topic that you introduced in the last section.
Remember that your argument needs to be original: in other words, you are not just restating what everyone else is already saying about it.
Be specific and thorough here as you build your argument (if you are vague and under-developed in this section, you will struggle to reach the word count in this section).
Section Four: Works Cited (200 – 300 Words)
*Remember to look at the Purdue Owl APA formatting guide on what information needs to be present on this particular page. Don’t forget to organize alphabetically by author’s last name.