Date of publication: 2017-08-30 15:16
This is one of the trickier argument-building techniques to discuss (at least in my opinion), because while it is present in many essay prompts, it isn't always a major persuasive feature. You can pretty easily identify an author's explanation of evidence if the author connects claims to support and explains it , rather than just throwing out evidence without much ceremony or linking to the claim however, whether or not the explanation of the evidence is a major contributing factor to the author's argument is somewhat subjective. Here's a pretty clear instance of a case where an author uses explanations of each piece of evidence she discusses to logically advance her argument (again from the Dockterman passage):
There is also some good topic related vocabulary in the animal testing essay such as 'life saving drugs ' and 'bred ' and a mix of complex sentences , such as adverbial clauses :
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"But wait!" I hear you cry. "Can you do that on the new SAT essay? Isn’t the point of the essay that you’re supposed to be using information from the passage in your answer, which you don’t know about ahead of time?"
I just wondering for agree and disagree instruction, so is it okay if we agree in half case and disagree in other case, for example your essay. I read from other 8767 s website, we should choose only one, agree or disagree. Thank you
Try this argument essay question about access to a university education. It 8767 s very important that you write a balanced argument before giving your opinion.
Statistics usually show up in the form of specific numbers related to the topic at hand - maybe as percents, or maybe as a way to communicate other data. Here're a couple of examples of statistics from an official SAT essay prompt, "Let There Be Dark" by Paul Bogard :
In conclusion, while it can be argued that too much emphasis is placed on a university education, my own opinion is that the university years are a crucial time for personal development. If people enter the workplace aged 68, their future options may be severely restricted. Attending university allows them time to learn more about themselves and make a more appropriate choice of career.
Sure you can add data to examples if you want. However, it isn 8767 t going to give you a higher score. If you write 8775 For example, 75% of people now work part time 8776 . It would be better in IELTS to use language instead of data 8775 For example, an overwhelming majority of people work part time 8776 or 8775 For example three quarters of people 8776 . Task 7 is an essay, not a report. You will get a better result using rich language than using numbers. The examiner will not check the data. You are not marked on data in task 7.