The introduction part in an argumentative essay includes the topic, its significance, and the essential requirements for the topic in a concise and clear manner so that the readers can easily follow the core of the essay.
Thesis statement is a part that is included in the introduction and it explains the direction and purpose of the study. In short argumentative essays, it only covers one or two lines but in longer essays, it may be a 6-7 line p[aragraph of its own explaining a bit about the approach of the essay as well.
Next comes the body of the essay which includes the development of an argument. This is the main and larger part of the argumentative essay and involves putting a claim on any idea or opinion providing a direction to the topic.
The next segment of the body includes supporting your claim or argument with the evidence or explanation that reasons why the argument is right or has more value that supports the claim logically.
Lastly, the argument and evidence are aligned with the topic to show the credibility of the argument in light with the topic. In this body or argumentative essays, examples and research findings can be used to support the essay written by the students.
In these paragraphs or segments, the possible questions against the argument supported by the student are addressed and the student provides answers to those questions side by side. As per the word limit, the questions can be decided. It can be seen as a logical reasoning part to convince the readers that your claim is correct.
After the introduction and argumentative segments, comes the conclusion part. In this, the answers whether the purpose of the topic was fulfilled or not as well as the claim made has been supported well with reasoning and evidence or not are provided by the student. I basically state whether the argumentative essay was a success or not.