1. Review your sources and select a source that will support a key point in your essay.
2. In 1-2 sentences, clearly state what the point is that you are trying to make in this particular section of your project.
3. What information from the source you selected in step 1 supports this point? You may quote or summarize that source below.
4. Explain how the information provided in question three supports your point. How does this information also support the overall argument in your essay?
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This essay considers the pressing and intersecting issues of coal-fired power generation, the rise of natural gas as coal’s replacement, the role of renewables, and the ever-present factors of market economics, global warming, and, just as crucially, the ways in which these issues and factors impact the lives of real people. In this essay, I provide support for this seemingly simply yet infinitely contentious idea: Natural gas must continue to supplant coal as the primary nonrenewable fuel source for electricity generation, both national and internationally, but only as a temporary stop-gap or ‘bridge’ to an eventual reliance on renewable sources. Each of the elements of this thesis are presented in turn and supported with evidence, followed by consideration of—and response to—a counterargument concerned with the lives of energy sector employees likely to be severely affected by these changes.
Para 1 – first main point; supporting evidence; how evidence supports
The primary—and most fundamental—point of this essay is that the use natural gas to generate electricity must continue to supplant coal as the primary nonrenewable fuel source for electricity generation. Some of the supporting evidence for this claim is descriptive; as the supply of natural gas increased as shale extraction ramped up, the price of natural gas fell...
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