Instructor: Mrs. Bedoor Al-Abdul Mohsen

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Problem Paragraph:

  • Define the nature of the problem.

  • Establish its existence by explaining what has caused or led to the problem

  • Explain the extent of the problem.

  • Explain its effects and why it is an issue that needs to be solved.

  • Finally, warn readers about future effects if no solution is offered. Apply prior experiences from other communities to this section.

  • explain how others view the topic and the concerns of those people when it comes to trying to solve it. Address opposing arguments, and anticipate your audience’s questions and concerns.

  • Before you propose your solution, address other alternatives first. Show you’ve put some thought into your solution by acknowledging and critiquing other possible solutions to your topic. Explain your reasons for rejecting them. Your goal: make your solution appear to be the best solution.

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