Concluding Statements: Supporting Your Argument

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What is the purpose of the conclusion sentence in a persuasive essay?

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1. How many sentences should be used to summarize the main reasons and evidence at the end of a persuasive essay?

2. Why is the consequence statement crucial in a persuasive essay?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The following quiz and printable worksheet are going to assess your knowledge of topics, such as the elements of concluding statements. Structures of persuasive essays will be addressed in these materials as well.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Give yourself the ability to discover more information about these topics:

  • What not should be included in the last sentence of a persuasive essay
  • The ideal number of sentences to use when summing up the end of an essay
  • A restatement of the main argument
  • The format of the last paragraph in a persuasive essay

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important principles from the related lesson on concluding statements
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the format of the last paragraph of a persuasive essay
  • Information recall - retrieve the information you gained about how many sentences should be used to sum up an essay

Additional Learning

If you have the itch to learn more about concluding statements, head on over and review the lesson called Concluding Statements: Supporting Your Argument. By using this interactive lesson, you can:

  • Understand why persuasive essays are used
  • Review the format of the final paragraph of a persuasive essay
  • Determine how a persuasive essay should end
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