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|Description:||96 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: background to controversy: the effects of alcohol --
Opposing viewpoints on alcohol. Youth drinking is a serious problem / Stephen Fraser ; The problem of youth drinking has been exaggerated / Laura Vanderkam ; Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) can help alcoholics / Mark Warnat ; Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) does not help alcoholics / Lilian MacDonald and Murdoch Macdonald ; Antabuse medication can help alcoholics / Anonymous ; Alcoholics and problem drinkers should have a variety of treatment options / Susan Brink --
Model essays and writing exercises. Preface: narrative writing and the five-paragraph essay ; Essay one: young people should avoid alcohol ; Exercise one: create an outline from an existing essay ; Essay two: one family's tragedy: a tale of drunk driving ; Exercise two: identifying and organizing components of the narrative essay ; Essay three: my encounter with sangria ; Exercise three: writing a five-paragraph essay with narrative elements --
Supporting research material. Appendix A: facts about alcohol ; Appendix B: finding and using sources of information ; Appendix C: sample essay topics and writing prompts.
|Series Title:||Writing the critical essay.; Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)|
|Responsibility:||William Dudley, book editor.|