Written Arguments (Feedback)

Written Arguments (Feedback)

Argument Instructions


Your teacher will give you the final instructions for writing your arguments in favor of granting asylum to one refugee and against granting it to another.

Having written arguments before, you’ll remember that you need an arguable claim with reasons and evidence to support your position. You must cite information from the U.S. immigration policy as well as quote those who spoke at the hearings. You also must address the concerns and counterarguments of your reader.

  • Your teacher will provide a sample grade 12 argument for you to look over.
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