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3rd Essay
For the 3rd essay of the course, use the 5-paragraph structure of essays we learned in
class to develop an organized argument for the prompt below.
Prompt: Why must young students be required to learn civics, especially during
Donald Trump’s presidency? Think of how teaching civics to children would influence
their views of society as they grow and why is it important for the community?
Civics = the study of the rights and duties of the citizens of a society.
In this essay, use at least 3 quotes/paraphrases/examples from any/all of articles
we read for this essay. The best option is to use one article for each body paragraph.
You must have at least 3 body paragraphs but may have more. Please include a
separate paragraph for the counter argument. Your essay must include an introduction,
3 body paragraphs, 1 counter-argument paragraph, and a conclusion.
General Rules:
1. This is a persuasive essay. That means you need to convince me about the point you
are making. So, at the end of each body paragraph, wrap up the main point of that
paragraph and say it again. This concluding sentence helps you push the readers’
attention back to the argument you are trying to prove.
2. Begin the first few words of each new body paragraph with a connection to the last
line of the previous paragraph.
3. Since this essay is persuasive, or in other words, argumentative, you must write it in
3rd person. Do not include first person pronouns (“I,” “me,” “us,”etc.) and, as
always, NEVER say “you” or any 2nd person pronoun.
4. Papers must be 12pt. font, Times New Roman, and double-spaced. Do not add
space between paragraphs. Remember to add last name and page number in top right
Articles Read for this essay:
• “Why Teaching Civics in America’s Classrooms Must Be a Trump-Era Priority” –
Kristina Rizga https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/02/civics-education-trumpbullying/
• “The Human Cost of an Illiterate Society” – Jonathan Kozol
• “What Biracial People Know” – Moises Velasquez-Manoff

Below is a list of ideas to use as the main claim to generate a thesis or as main points
for body paragraphs. Pick any one or combine several. This list is NOT exhaustive, if
you have a different idea, feel free to use it!
• Gives them knowledge about their rights
• Allows them to make their own decisions based on what they know
• They are informed about what is going on in their country
• If everyone is aware of each other’s right, it creates a better democracy in society
• Knowing about your rights makes you feel included.
• Makes you choose the right president. (Both a right and duty)
• Literate society creates a democracy but an illiterate one creates tyranny or
• Knowledge is power and not having enough can lead to many kinds of issues.
• Lack of knowledge leads to chaos and corruption.
• No knowledge of civics will lead society back to slavery = One becomes more
susceptible to obey the commands and demands of others because one does not know
any better.
• To avoid judgements and allow people to know that the need to respect others.
• Creates responsibility in young adults
• Encourages people to help and support others.
• It gives you a way to understand how government and society works.
• So people become aware of how their ancestors may have been treated.
• Make people have passion to make improvements in the government, community,
society, etc.
• So that people know they are supposed to be respected and how they are meant to be
treated by others.
• Eliminates conflicts because people will know they are supposed to listen to others
and respect their opinions whether they agree with them or not.
Please include a thesis as the last sentence in the introduction paragraph!!
In the last paragraph(conclusion paragraph):
1. Restate the thesis
2. Summarize main points of all the body paragraphs
3. Give final thoughts on the subject and closing thoughts
Make all the paragraphs about half a page long

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