the writer address the counterargument in the third paragraph.
The second body paragraph.
When constructing an argumentative/persuasive essay or speech, the order of paragraphs will be the introduction (which will contain the hook, background, and thesis), the body, which will contain the support and counterarguments (which will be refuted), and then the conclusion. Given that the first body paragraph is technically the second paragraph, which is the support for your topic/position, and the counterargument should follow the support, the counterargument should be the second body paragraph (or third paragraph overall).
The writer addresses the counterargument in paragraph 3. He begins the paragraph by presenting other critics' point of view. The counterarguments demonstrate the opposite point of view that technology hinders creativity and imagination.
The writer supports the use of technology in the classroom. He explains that the use of technology provides with effective methods of teaching and learning. In his view, technology can provide valuable help to school systems.