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What's the topic you want to write about?
The atomic bomb

What's your main opinion on this topic?



The atomic bomb should never have been created.

What's the strongest argument supporting your opinion?



The atomic bomb brought about massive destruction.

What's a second good argument that supports your opinion?



Japanese people, cities, and the economy were decimated during the dropping of the atomic bomb.

What's the main argument against your opinion?



The atomic bomb kept Hitler from a world take over.

What's a possible title for your Essay?



Outlawing Weapons of Mass Destruction

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Outlawing Weapons of Massive Destruction

Introductory Paragraph

Begin with an interesting quotation related to your opinion about the atomic bomb

(You will need a transition here)

- End the Intro paragraph with your thesis statement:

Even though the atomic weapon stopped Hitler from a world take-over, the atomic bomb should never have been created because Japanese people, cities, and economy were decimated by the atomic weapon and the atomic bomb brought about massive destruction.

Body Paragraph #1

Topic of the body thesis:


the atomic weapon stopped Hitler from a world take-over

- Find evidence - like facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it upor support the topic sentence of this paragraph.

- Explain how your evidence supports the topic sentence

Another example that shows that the atomic weapon stopped Hitler from a world take-over is...

- Find more evidence - facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it up or support the topic sentence of this paragraph.

- Explain how this second piece of evidence supports the topic sentence.



Body Paragraph #2

Even though the atomic weapon stopped Hitler from a world take-over, the atomic bomb should never have been created because Japanese people, cities, and economy were decimated by the atomic weapon.

- Find evidence - like facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it upor support the topic sentence of this paragraph.

- Explain how your evidence supports the topic sentence

Another example that shows that Japanese people, cities, and economy were decimated by the atomic weapon is...

- Find more evidence - facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it up or support the topic sentence of this paragraph.

- Explain how this second piece of evidence supports the topic sentence.

Body Paragraph #3

The most important reason the atomic bomb should never have been created is because the atomic bomb brought about massive destruction.

- Find evidence - like facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it upor support the topic sentence of this paragraph.

- Explain how your evidence supports the topic sentence

Another example that shows that the atomic bomb brought about massive destruction is...

- Find more evidence - facts, examples, quotations, or statistics that back it up or support the topic sentence of this paragraph.

- Explain how this second piece of evidence supports the topic sentence.

Conclusion

So you can see that although the atomic weapon stopped Hitler from a world take-over, the atomic bomb should never have been created for two main reasons. First, Japanese people, cities, and economy were decimated by the atomic weapon. But most importantly, the atomic bomb brought about massive destruction.



- Now you will return to your opening attention-getter from the introduction

- Then end your essay with a powerful So What? statement.


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