Write a five-paragraph essay, 750-1,000 words in length (about 250 words = 1 page), in which you take a stand either for or against an issue about which you feel strongly.

Write a five-paragraph essay, 750-1,000 words in length (about 250 words = 1 page), in which you take a stand either for or against an issue about which you feel strongly. The essay should contain three parts: introduction, body, and conclusion.
a) The introduction should contain a hook to engage the reader to read the essay. It should contain background information important to the issue. Any definitions that are relevant to the topic should be included in the introduction. A strong thesis statement is necessary.
b) The body should contain three supporting paragraphs, each stronger than the one previous.
c) The conclusion should summarize the main points. The thesis statement should be rephrased within the conclusion. It should end with a call for action, a question, a quote, or a prediction. It should never contain new information.

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