Source-  Summary and Introduction: In the introductory paragraph, you will present a summary of McGregor’s main argument and key points (you don’t need to give examples from the text; you’ll do this in the body of your paper). Ideally, your summary should be 5-7 sentences and should be written entirely in your own words, followed by an in-text citation (see OWL at Purdue if you need assistance with citations). Remember, the summary isn’t simply what the text is about but rather what McGregor is trying to actively persuade you, either implicitly or explicitly, to think or feel about a particular issue or subject.  Thesis Statement: Your thesis statement will need to present a specific argument that critically and intellectually responds to McGregor’s main argument that you’ve summarized in the introduction.  Supporting Your Argument/Body Paragraphs: Here, you will “prove” and support your thesis statement throughout each body paragraph. You should work to have, here, 3-5 body paragraphs, and each paragraph should have a clear topic sentence and supporting examples from the text. In addition, you may also use your own experiences where relevant. Keep in mind, that 2/3 of your support should come from the text and up to 1/3 of your support may come from personal experiences.  Conclusion: Here, you should re-emphasize and expand upon your argument. Reflect on questions such as: 1) Why is this topic important?; 2) Why should my reader care?; 3) What is at stake here?; 4) What final thoughts do I want to leave with my reader? MLA format