Well developed introductory paragraph contains detailed background, a clear explanation or definition of the problem being addressed, and a clear accurate thesis statement. A solid and interesting hook is included at the beginning of the paragraph and flows smoothly into the thesis. Conclusion summarizes the main topics without repeating precious sentences; writer′s opinion and suggestions for change are logical and well thought through – there is a ″call to action″This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody ParagraphsDefines the main pointsCounter claim is addressedFull MarksTwo or more main points are well developed with supporting details and evidence from sources. Counter-claim paragraph(s) acknowledges the opposing view and summarizes their main points. Counter-claim is either a paragraph of it′s own, OR there is a counter claim section of each specific paragraph addressing each point.