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Counter Argument & Rebuttal


What’s a Counter Argument?

It is when you recognize the other side of the debate in order to strengthen your own argument. In other words, it’s the thesis making the OPPOSITE (aka: counter) point.


What’s a Rebuttal?

A rebuttal is an opposing argument or debate. An example of a rebuttal is a defense attorney responding to allegations made by a district attorney against their client.

Rebuttals in essays say why the counter argument is wrong (or not as right as your thesis).



Fill in the blanks below to brainstorm a counter-argument & rebuttal for your essay.


What is one reason people may disagree with you or may not want to make this change?


Now, use a sentence starter to make this into a counter-argument statement:


Finally, use a sentence starter to write a rebuttal to the counter-argument:


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