Guidelines in Writing a Comparison and Contrast Essay

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    Anna Alvarez

    Thesis Statement: Does it present the subjects, function, and action?

    Hook Question: Does it engage the readers to the topic?

    Arguments: Are they arranged according to the presentation in the thesis statement?
    Arguments: Are they supported with images and facts?
    Arguments: Does each paragraph focus on one subject?
    Arguments: Do I follow a point-by-point, block-by-block, or comparison-and-contrast structure?

    Mechanics: Do I avoid grammatical errors and informal words?

    Conclusion: Do I have a clear stand in my conclusion?

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