Sled dogs that were killed in the 1950s

ESSAY OUTLINE

Inquiry question: Did the government kill the dogs in the 1950s?
Working thesis:It’s almost an article of faith for some Inuit that their people were driven off the land and into towns in the 1950s by a systematic government and RCMP plan to kill the sled dogs they depended on.Many Inuit are convinced that up to 20,000 sled dogs were systematically killed by police officers and other white authority figures as people were moving off the land and into communities. Its long been believed that the RCMPs actions were part of a plan to keep Inuit in settlements where they were easier to administer, by destroying their main form of transportation.

Creative title:The sled dogs that were killed in the 1950’s.

INTRODUCTORY PARAGRAPH
Hook:The way that cops killed the dogs it is sad because the animals are the most important thing for our world (1-2 sentences)

Introductory Paragraph

Inquiry Question: Why should they kill the dogs when they head other ways to do the job but not killing the sled dogs.
(3-4 sentences) Overview of 3 Arguments (optional historical background)For my opinion the sled dogs for the inuit people was the most important thing for their transportation to go to their jobs so they can fish and get food for their children and also sell the fishes that was the only way that inuit people could live.Thesis (This should be the last sentence in your introductory paragraph). (Answer your inquiry question here. Include a brief summary of your THREE main arguments/ideas.) (1-2 sentences)
My main arguments are they head many different ways to get the dogs and not killing the sled dogs because for the Inuits sled dogs were an important thing for their transportation so they could live.

BODY PARAGRAPH 1
POINT: Topic Sentence. Introduce the first argument from your thesis statement here
Why did the government make this decision for the sled dogs when they head many other ways to use
PROOF: Evidence for your argument (Include parenthetical citations providing the source for each of your pieces of evidence beside each point whether or not you are directly quoting the source see handout about parenthetical citations)
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EXPLAIN: How does this connect back to your thesis and explain (Use Historical Thinking Concept here)
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Transitional Sentence (This sentence concludes your first argument while transitioning to the next argument that will be made in your essay)
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BODY PARAGRAPH 2

POINT: Topic Sentence. Introduce the second point from your thesis statement here. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
PROOF: Evidence for your argument (Include parenthetical citations providing the source for each of your pieces of evidence beside each point whether or not you are directly quoting the source see handout about parenthetical citations)
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EXPLAIN:How does this connect back to your thesis and explain (Use Historical Thinking Concept here)
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Transitional Sentence (This sentence concludes your first argument while transitioning to the next argument that will be made in your essay)
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BODY PARAGRAPH 3

Topic Sentence. Introduce the third argument from your thesis. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
PROOF: Evidence for your argument (Include parenthetical citations providing the source for each of your pieces of evidence beside each point whether or not you are directly quoting the source see handout about parenthetical citations)
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EXPLAIN: How does this connect back to your thesis and explain (Use Historical Thinking Concept here)
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Transitional Sentence (This sentence concludes your first argument while transitioning to the next argument that will be made in your essay)
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CONCLUSION
In your conclusion you summarize your arguments and offer a final evaluation or judgement about your topic. Sometimes, writers also offer predictions about how this issue may affect what will happen in Canada in the present day or our near future. Make sure that your conclusion is FULLY DEVELOPED. This means it should have AT LEAST 5 SENTENCES. Use the Historical Thinking Concept here.
Restate the thesis in different words here: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Summarize your three main points here:
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Leave the reader with something important to think about: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________