In this tutorial video, you will learn the basic structure for a good argumentative essay. The narrator in this tutorial, makes a very important distinction in the video; a good argument versus an average or mediocre argument. The narrator teaches you that a good argument will have, at minimum, a 5-part structure. The elements in the structure include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Within the body, a good argumentative essay would contain a main argument, an objection, and a reply to the objection. The narrator also analyzes and explains why a strong objection is necessary to make a good argument. He offers solutions as to how to address a strong objection such as suspending your judgment on your main argument if you get stumped. He also discusses the various way you can structure your argumentative essay besides the one illustrated in the video. Following the tutorial's tips and structure you will be given a good foundation for building a strong argument that will convince skeptics and change opinions.