Continuing from where you left off on the Daily Grade 15 document, add a conclusion section to your outline to the very end that breaks down how you plan to wrap up your argumentative research essay. Underneath the conclusion section of the outline, you should write a reflection paragraph explaining how you’ve constructed your conclusion and why you’ve made these choices. You might follow some of the suggestions on p. 158 of the English Composition Guide, such as using your conclusion as a call to action or leaving the readers with a question to ponder. It is also very common to trace the conclusion back to the introduction and bring the essay full circle. For instance, if you used an introductory hook such as an anecdote, quotation, or question, you might conclude with a similar or related anecdote (perhaps a continuation of the introductory anecdote, or an alternate version of it), a throwback to the introductory quotation (or a similar quotation), or the answer to the introductory question (or another related question). As always, make sure your reflection states what the paragraph’s overall purpose and goal are. What rhetorical appeals (logos, pathos, and ethos) are you using, and how are they effective? What final impression do you want to leave your readers with about your topic, and how are you going to accomplish that?
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