MLA formatted document. Formally written essay on why hanging out with friends &

MLA formatted document. Formally written essay on why hanging out with friends & family is good for your mental health. I need all this included please: 🙂
Thesis Statement: Put your thesis statement here. OR your blanket argument.
First Claim (aka first reason my thesis is true)
A. First Claim – Introduce your first claim about your topic that proves your thesis to be
true. ONE SENTENCE
Data/Evidence: What quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and how it connects to/supports/proves/ reiterates/highlights your thesis. Why are you using this information? How does it pertain to your thesis?
Transition sentence to next piece of data – move logically from your previous piece of information to your next piece of data. Remember, you can use transitional words and phrases to help you.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and how it connects to/supports/proves/ reiterates/highlights your thesis. Why are you using this information? How does it pertain to your thesis?
Second Claim (aka second reason my thesis is true): Introduce your second claim about your topic that proves your thesis to be true.
A. Second Claim – Introduce your first claim about your topic that proves your thesis to be
true.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and how it connects to/supports/proves/ reiterates/highlights your thesis. Why are you using this information? How does it pertain to your thesis?
Transition sentence to next piece of data – move logically from your previous piece of information to your next piece of data. Remember, you can use transitional words and phrases to help you.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and how it connects to/supports/proves/ reiterates/highlights your thesis. Why are you using this information? How does it pertain to your thesis?
Third Claim (aka third reason my thesis is true): Introduce your third claim about your topic that proves your thesis to be true.
A. Third Claim – Introduce your first claim about your topic that proves your thesis to be
true.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and how it connects to/supports/proves/ reiterates/highlights your thesis. Why are you using this information? How does it pertain to your thesis?
Transition sentence to next piece of data – move logically from your previous piece of information to your next piece of data. Remember, you can use transitional words and phrases to help you.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and how it connects to/supports/proves/ reiterates/highlights your thesis. Why are you using this information? How does it pertain to your thesis?
Counterclaim(s): Acknowledge there is another side to your point and try to refute it. Introduce your counterclaim and why it exists/who it exists for. Who’s thinking this? Why are thinking it? How can you refute it?
State your counterclaim and explain it.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and why it’s wrong. How does the counterclaim strengthen your argument and pertain to your thesis being truer than the counterargument?
Transition sentence to next piece of data – move logically from your previous piece of information to your next piece of data. Remember, you can use transitional words and phrases to help you.
Data/Evidence: What sources or quotes could you use in this section? List quotes/information. (Cite sources).
Warrant/Explanation: Explain what that data/evidence means and why it’s wrong. How does the counterclaim strengthen your argument and pertain to your thesis being truer than the counterargument?

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