THE REVOLUTION OF TEA PARTIERS

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THE REVOLUTION OF TEA PARTIERS

NO OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCE TO BE CITED BUT THE ONES PROVIDED BELOW

SOURCES:
1. US Constitution read aloud in House of Representatives www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12131137

2. Tea and Antipathy www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/books/2010/12/20/101220crbo_books_crain?currentpage=all

3. A Critic at Large www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/atlarge/2011/01/17/110117crat_atlarge_lepore?currentpage=all

4. The Tea-Party Tradition www.nationalreview.com/articles/248160/tea-party-tradition-daniel-hannan

5. The Wal-Mart Hippies www.nytimes.com/2010/03/05/opinion/05brooks.html

THE STRUCTURE OF THE ESSAY SHOULD BE AS FOLLOW:

Paragraph 1: Introduction

Begin your introduction with a general statement to reveal your topic. Then narrow the topic until you get to your main issue. State the thesis (your position on the issue) in one clear sentence at the end of the introduction.

Paragraph 2: Supporting point #1

State the point clearly in your topic sentence Explain the point briefly to tell the reader what you mean
Support the point with material from sources (quote or paraphrase) or with something from your own experience

Paragraph 3: Supporting point #2

State the point clearly in your topic sentence
Explain the point briefly to tell the reader what you mean
Support the point with material from sources (quote or paraphrase) or with something from your own experience

Paragraphs 4: Supporting point #3

State the point clearly in your topic sentence
Explain the point briefly to tell the reader what you mean
Support the point with material from sources (quote or paraphrase) or with something from your own experience

Paragraph 5: Conclusion

Bring the discussion back to the thesis and wrap it up

The format shown above may seem simple, and it is! Still, it is quite functional and will work with nearly any type of written piece from a five-paragraph essay to a much longer research paper.

There is no “magic” about having five paragraphs. You may decide to develop four supporting points or five supporting points. In that case, your essay would have more paragraphs. This is only one model, used for example.

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