of this study. Common Ground : Establish common ground in beliefs and values you share Example: As the dominant species, we do have responsibilities. Revise the scenario showing what will happen if the reader adopts your ideas. Anticipate opposing positions and objections What objections will your readers have? Then a"tion from "The Tell-Tale Heart" is presented and briefly discussed. What is "domestic violence?" (definition what are the causes of divorce? Example: Government regulation works in other instances. Example: lets look for other ways to get information without using animals, but until we do, we probably need to continue experimentation. 2, the youth in the story has been standing in the open doorway of the old man's room for a long time, waiting for just the right moment to reveal himself to the old man in order to frighten him. Qualifie r: The short phrase (usually uses typically, usually, or on the whole) which limits the scope of the claim. Policy: What should we do about it?
3, his use of vivid, concrete visual imagery to present both static and dynamic settings and to describe people is part of his technique. Often the title can be a question. The development of technology has improved the lives of many people because of medical research. Cause and Effect: What is the cause? A final statement that gives the reader signals that the discussion has come to an end. While Einstein was referring to the nuclear physicists when he made this statement the question still lingers in the mind of many human beings? Introduction: Explain the subject, the controversy, and end with your thesis. The last sentence of this paragraph uses the expressions "sense of feeling" and "sense of sight" as hooks for leading into the third paragraph. Definition: What does it really mean? Example: The most important way to make your marriage divorce-proof is to make sure you have carefully prepared for that commitment. Conclusion: Concluding paragraph: This paragraph should include the following: an allusion to the pattern used in the introductory paragraph, a restatement of the thesis statement, using some of the original language or language that "echoes" the original language. 2 In the second paragraph of "The Tell-Tale Heart Poe establishes the young man's obsession with that blind eye when he writes: "He had the eye of the vulture-a pale blue eye, with a film over." 3 This "vulture eye" is evoked over and.