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Counterarguments

A counterargument is an objection to your argument.
Counterarguments allow the writer and reader to see
the issue from the other side’s perspective.

The writer has to show how and why the objection is
wrong. This will help convince the reader that your
thesis (and supporting arguments) are right and true.

Counterarguments are important because they show
that you are taking other viewpoints into consideration
which shows your fairness and critical thinking skills.
Three Steps

1. Introduce and explain the objection.
(1-3 sentences)

2. Respond to the objection with
evidence. (4-6 sentences; major/minor
support)

3. Conclude. (1-2 sentences)
Counterargument 1

Many people are in favor of regulation. Supporters of regulation
suggest that the government deciding what foods citizens can and
can not consume is the responsible thing to do. However, I argue that
further government regulation on food is actually irresponsible. This
is because citizens would be treated as children with the government
as parent. Such regulations assume that “the government will protect
me against any adverse consequences from my lifestyle choices”
writes Michael Tanner, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute (Kiener,
2014). Additionally, this parent-child relationship fails to promote
responsible consumption habits because citizens increasingly rely on
the government to choose for them. But consumers should ultimately
take responsibility for what they eat. Any policy which impedes
consumer choice should be dismissed. Further regulation isn’t the
answer to America’s unhealthy eating habits; education is.
Counterargument 1

STEP 1 (Introduce): Many people are in favor of regulation. Supporters of
regulation suggest that the government deciding what foods citizens can
and can not consume is the responsible thing to do.

STEP 2 (Respond): However, I argue that further government regulation on
food is actually irresponsible. Such regulations assume that “the
government will protect me against any adverse consequences from my
lifestyle choices” writes Michael Tanner, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute
(Kiener, 2014). Citizens are thus treated as children with the government as
parent. This relationship fails to promote responsible consumption habits
because citizens increasingly rely on the government to choose for them.
But consumers should ultimately take responsibility for what they eat. Any
policy which impedes consumer choice should be dismissed.

STEP 3 (Conclude): Further regulation isn’t the answer to America’s
unhealthy eating habits; education is.
Counterargument—Step 1

STEP 1 (Introduce): Many people are in
favor of regulation. Supporters of
regulation suggest that the government
deciding what foods citizens can and can
not consume is the responsible thing to do.

1st sentence is general.

2nd sentence is a specific claim the other
side makes.
Counterargument—Step 2

STEP 2 (Respond): However, I argue that further government
regulation on food is actually irresponsible. Such regulations
assume that “the government will protect me against any adverse
consequences from my lifestyle choices” writes Michael Tanner, a
senior fellow at the Cato Institute (Kiener, 2014). Citizens are thus
treated as children with the government as parent. This
relationship fails to promote responsible consumption habits
because citizens increasingly rely on the government to choose for
them. But consumers should ultimately take responsibility for
what they eat. Any policy which impedes consumer choice should
be dismissed.

1st sentence directly responds to the other side’s specific claim.

Rest of sentences support the 1st sentence.
Counterargument—Step 3

STEP 3 (Conclude): Further regulation isn’t
the answer to America’s unhealthy eating
habits; education is.

Only one sentence.

Summarize what your main point is and connect it
back the thesis.
Example 2

Many individuals are not in favor of
UBI. Critics claim that providing
citizens with money they have not
earned will likely disincentive work
itself. Indeed, critics argue that UBI
will likely promote laziness among
workers. However, I contend that
quite the opposite will happen. …
1
Take-Home Essay #3 Requirements
Directions
Universal Basic Income is a current idea that is getting a great deal of media coverage. As
countries around the world begin to experiment with UBI, many economists and corporate
leaders are questioning its effectiveness as a solution to rapid technological unemployment and/
or as a replacement to current social welfare programs. In your opinion, do Universal Basic
Income’s pros outweigh its cons? Why or why not?
Requirements
In this argumentative essay you will agree or disagree with the prompt, supporting your points
and explaining your reasons with evidence from the readings and personal experience. The
introductory paragraph must start with general information which leads to a summary of the
“Why Free Money for Everyone Is Silicon Valley’s Next Big Idea” article, and finally ends with
your thesis statement.
In the first two body paragraphs, you must support your opinions with both evidence from the
text (for example, reasons, examples, the opinions of experts, data). The third body paragraph
should be a counterargument where you state an objection the other side makes and then
convincingly respond to it. (See notes on counterargument structure on Brightspace.) You are
also required to use at least one conditional sentence in your body paragraphs. You should have
at least one quote or paraphrase in each body paragraph. (Both quotes and paraphrases require
in-text citations.) And, lastly, you should have at least one instance of personal experience in the
body paragraphs. The essay will end with a conclusion whose primary purpose is to restate your
ideas and wrap up the paper.
Please follow the major/minor paragraph structure for your body paragraphs. After writing a
paragraph, go back and double check to make sure each sentence has coherence, that is, each
sentence “links” back to the previous one in a logical way.
Format
Typed; double-spaced; 12 point font; 1 inch margins; your name, class and assignment; and page
numbers.
Introduction
The paper begins with general information which logically guides the reader towards the
summary of the article. (5 pts.)
The summary is no more than four sentences and is complete with the article’s author and title.
The summary includes only main points and no minor ones. (10 pts.)
The thesis statement is a complete sentence, corrected formatted, which tells the reader not only
what the other side believes regarding the issue but also what the writer’s position on the issue is.
The thesis directly responds to the prompt, reflects the main points of the essay, previews the
structure of the essay, and has parallel form. (10 pts.)
Body Paragraphs
The 1st body paragraph begins with a clear topic sentence stating what the paragraph is going to
be about. Afterward, the writer moves into their two major supporting ideas as well as minor
supporting details which develop the argument by providing explanations, examples, statistical
data, and/or personal experience to bolster the argument. The paragraph concludes logically. The
argument is persuasive to the critical reader. The paragraph has at least one correctly-formatted
quote or paraphrase with an in-text citation for each reference to the article. There is not more
than two transitions words or phrases in the paragraph. (15 pts.)
The 2nd body paragraph begins with a clear topic sentence stating what the paragraph is going to
be about. Afterward, the writer moves into their two major supporting ideas as well as minor
supporting details which develop the argument by providing explanations, examples, statistical
data, and/or personal experience to bolster the argument. The paragraph concludes logically. The
argument is persuasive to the critical reader and is substantially different than the 1st body
paragraph. The paragraph has at least one correctly formatted quote or paraphrase with an in-text
citation. There is not more than two transitions words or phrases. (15 pts.)
The 3rd body paragraph is a counterargument which begins with a general statement of what the
other side believes and follows up with a specific objection that side makes. Afterward, the writer
moves into their refutation which follows a major/minor supporting structure. Explanation,
examples, and/or personal experience are used to advance the argument. The paragraph
concludes logically. The argument is persuasive to the critical reader and is substantially different
than the 1st and 2nd body paragraphs. The paragraph has at least one correctly formatted quote
or paraphrase with an in-text citation. There is not more than three transitions words or phrases.
(15 pts.)
Conclusion
The conclusion restates the main points of the 1st 2nd and 3rd body paragraphs. It ends by
logically concluding the paper and wrapping it up. (5 pts.)
Coherence
The writer’s sentences throughout hold together, or are logically linked. The writer uses a variety
of techniques to achieve coherence, including judicious pronoun usage and transition words/
phrases. But the primary way the writer links sentences cohesively is by using old-new
information structure. (10 pts.)
Grammar
The writer’s grammar does not interfere with the reader’s comprehension and understanding of
the essay. Key grammatical points—namely those covered in ESLINTG 98, 99, and 100—are
consistently correct. (10 pts.)
Writing Process
The writer shows a demonstrable draft-to-draft improvement in their writing as evidenced by
corrections and revisions. (5 pts.)
Reading Questions

1. What are Joffe’s three main objections to UBI?

2. What is Joffe getting at when he repeatedly mentions
the “link between effort, value creation, and reward”?

3. What does Joffe think about arguments in favor of
UBI which suggest that such a system is far less
paternalistic than the current social welfare system?

4. What is Joffe mean when he write, “paying $2,000 a
month to Bill Gates seems absurd, but Social Security
checks already go to older billionaires such as Warren
Buffett and President Trump”?
UBI Introduction Paragraph

GENERAL:

Future situation about AI/automation/
machines replacing human workers.

Give examples happening now: self-driving
cars and self-check out machines at stores.

Economists predict such technology will
likely to lead to massive unemployment in
the near future.
Summary Ideas…

SUMMARY:

Universal basic income is an increasingly
popular idea among economists, policy experts,
and especially Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.

UBI is a stipend which citizens would receive
from the government with no strings attached.

Supporters argue…

But opponents contend…
Introduction Paragraph

THESIS:

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