So I kind of took bits and pieces of all three different groups so...here's how I organized my essay:
1) Intro: I basically catch the reader's attention and make them subconsciously know that technological communication is destroying our society's social skills.
2) Statement and discussion of topic: Here is where I really introduce my issue and begin to develop my argument and clearly state my opinion about the subject.
3) Statement of facts: Now I throw some facts at the reader. I found many studies and experiments showing the results of too much electronic social communication. They can't argue with the facts!
4) Procatalepsis: Here is where I acknowledge other arguments and give them credit, then throw it back in their face with more facts and evidence showing why they are wrong and I'm right.
5) Conclusion: Here is where I finish up by telling them to stop being stupid (not really, but you know what I mean) and to act and inhibit change. Then I finish strong, leaving them no room to argue back because I'm right and they'll know that they were wrong.