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Graphic Organizer Essay

By b_barr8 Apr 18, 2015 379 Words
THE STRUCTURE OF A THESIS ESSAY: Backpacks in the Classroom (It’s just an argument about backpacks in the classroom!)

LOCATION IN ESSAY
TERM
INFORMATION

Introductory Paragraph

General introductory statement(s):

Thesis (main argument):

Three supporting arguments:
Many high schools have their students wear school uniforms

I believe this is ridiculous and that school uniforms are not appropriate for ANY high schools . They are extremely expensive and impossible to be afforded by the average high school student salary. Uniforms are very uncomfortable and students should be able to express them self in a positive way using their clothing.

First Body Paragraph

Topic sentence:

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Concluding sentence:

The average school uniform costs three hundred and fifty dollars! An average student salary can’t afford uniforms
Students should have a financial burden

Due to price of uniforms students wash uniforms a lot which is expensive School uniforms are way too expensive for high school students.

Second Body Paragraph

Topic sentence:

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Concluding sentence:

Imagine wearing paper bags around your legs all day.
pants that feel like a paper bag.
Uncomfortable clothing can be a huge distraction in the middle of class trying to adjust your shirt or pants every three seconds would take your attention away from the class School uniforms are extremely uncomfortable and should be banned from high schools.

Third Body Paragraph

Topic sentence:

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Concluding sentence:
Students should be able to express themselves using their clothing.

Students should be able to express their passion for there favorite sports team The clothes you pick to wear are all part of expressing yourself and showing others who you are This also helps building your individual character which should be very important in every school.

Schools uniforms restrict students from expressing themselves and is another reason why school uniforms should be banned

Concluding Paragraph

Summary of three supporting arguments:

Re-statement of thesis (main argument):

Thought-provoking final statement(s):

School uniforms are expensive, uncomfortable and lack the ability to express yourself.

School uniforms need to be banned
Not only are they a hassle but also a burden financially which can ultimately lead to a bad high school experience.

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