remember that in a paper coherence means that there is a discursive thread between paragraphs.
P is a paragraph, T is your thesis, C is the counter, (xi) is the sub-argument
P1 T (x1): in this first paragraph you expose your thesis.
P2 C (x1): in this second paragraph the counter "counters" your thesis (x1)
P3 T (C(x1)): for paragraph 3 you discuss the counter's last point. you should not move on to another sub-argument without settling the present argument. however, if you think this is enough, then let the reader know that you've won that sub-argument, something like, "now it becomes clear that C (x1) is not the case."
for paragraph 4, you can move to the next sub-argument:
P4 T (x2)
and follow the same dynamic.