# Essay Maps

```Background Sentence
General Statement (1 sentence)
Fact
Introduction
Paraphrase
Opinion
Thesis Statement (1)
Topic Sentence
S
Body (1 Main Idea)
Ex
R
Paragraph &amp; Essay
Support/Explain&shy;S
A/Sol
Topic Sentence (A&amp;B)
Supporting Sentences
S1
Introduction
Example&shy;Ex
Result&shy;R
SS
Body 1 (5&shy;6) &shy;&shy;Agree 1/Positive 1
SS1
Alternative&shy;A
S2
Solution&shy;Sol
Body (2 Related Ideas : A &amp; B)
Strong Argument
Body 2 (5&shy;6) &shy;&shy; Agree 2/Positive 2
SS2
Conclusion
SS2
Introduction
Ending Signal
Conclusion (1)
TS
Rephrase + Summary
S&shy;Agree/Positive
SS
Body 1
Introduction
SS
TS
SS
S&shy;reason 1/problem1
Counter&shy;argument 1
TS
SS
Body 1&shy;Reasons/Problems
S&shy;reason 2/problem2
S&shy;Negative
SS
SS&shy;Negative
Body 2
SS
CA: this problem could be tackled by...
Reason/Problem&shy;Solution
SS&shy;CA
TS
Opinion
SS&shy;CA
S&shy;solution 1
Conclusion
SS
Body 2&shy;Solutions
Counter&shy;argument
S&shy;Solution 2
Introduction
SS
TS
SS
S&shy;Disagree/Negative
SS
Conclusion
Body 1
SS
SS
Counter&shy;argument 2
TS
Introduction
S&shy;Positive
TS
SS&shy;Positive
Body 2
S&shy;reason 1
CA: this merit is outweighed by...
SS
SS&shy;CA
Body 1&shy;Reasons
S&shy;reason 2
SS&shy;CA
SS
Conclusion
SS
Reasons+Positive/negative?
TS (overall it is a positive/negative development)
S&shy;Positive 1/Negative 1
SS
Body 2&shy;Posive/Negative (Strong argument)
S&shy;Positive 2/Negative 2
Introduction
SS
SS
Concluision
Conclusion
Discussion
Two&shy;parts
Introduction
Introduction
Body 1 (A)
TS
Discuss both views (A &amp; B)
Body 2 (B)
S&shy;reason 1
Conclusion
SS
Body 1&shy;Reasons
S&shy;reason 2
SS
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