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Examples of Conclusion Paragraphs for an Argumentative Essay

As an example of a conclusion that contains the necessary academic components to be correct, here are two conclusion paragraphs that you can use as examples when writing your own. Each one should contain the following elements:

  • The conclusion must be a repetition of all the previous content, only told in different words.
  • It should suggest further study into alternative areas of the topic.
  • It must possess a tone of finality.
  • It should re-iterate the statement that was made in the beginning of the essay.
  • It should deal that final blow of persuasion to the reader to settle the argument in his or her mind.
  • It should contain around 70 - 100 words in total.

Essay title: Why Facebook will be obsolete within the next three years

Description: [This marketing essay was an attempt to convince the reader that Facebook popularity will decline within the next three years. The statement was set forth, much evidence was given, and the outcome of several studies and interviews was discussed.]

Conclusion paragraph:

As we’ve seen, Facebook is on the verge of taking a back seat in the arena of social media. According to independent surveys that were conducted, 65% of teenagers would prefer to utilize a social media platform that their parents are not on. When we look at the statistics, social platforms such as Pinterest and Twitter are growing at a much faster pace than Facebook did when it first started. For an in-depth study of this subject, I would suggest doing additional research into the popularity of Facebook’s competition. However, the facts so far indicate that the mother of social media platforms is about to lose out.

Essay title: Evidence that the movie Gone with the Wind did not intentionally portray the North in a negative light

Description: This literature essay argued that the Yankees of the American Civil War were not intentionally depicted as scoundrels as some suggest.]

Conclusion paragraph:

The notion that movie producers of Gone with the Wind had an agenda with this film are obviously unfounded. First of all, we saw that in order to make a statement, evidence must be given to support it. Second, we saw that every portrayal of a Yankee soldier or war time strategy was historically accurate with no bias whatsoever. Lastly, we noted that many of the decision makers in the film were descended from the Northern families of that era, which is a clear indication that no prejudice was ever intended; just good fiction