The Issue Essay
The Issue Essay
On test day, you’ll have 45 minutes to plan, draft, and proofread what the test makers call the “Present Your Perspective on an Issue” essay. The test makers will always give you two broad proclamations or thoughts about life, known as the “topics.” You might even see a quotation from a real person or a made-up statement. You’ll choose one topic, and your essay will analyze your position on this issue. In this chapter, we’ll show you how to write a “6” Issue essay, using the three-act essay structure and the cast of characters you learned about in the previous chapter.
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