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Informative Essay Topics?! Help?!?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: Tatiana TT | Category: College compare and contrast essay examples

Argumentative essays are also known as ‘position papers’ because of their justification of the side of the issue that they are written in support of. Generally, argumentative essays focus on topics that are prone to attract controversy, academic discourse and partisanship.

Common argumentative essay topics include issues such as euthanasia, capital punishment, abortions and animal testing. An argumentative essay should not be a unilateral rant. It should address counter-arguments and should be able refute them with evidence in support of its message.

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    blackfrog865 17 Jan 2017 22:43

    English comp is all about learning to put your thoughts into words that are easy to understand, clear as to meaning and grammatically correct. Your topics will not matter as much as how you organize and present your thoughts. Be sure to use outlines to develop your thoughts in an organized manner, use spell checks whenever possible, and keep your sentence structure simple and clear. Don t use words that you aren t absolutely sure about their meaning. When the prof gives a paper back, be sure to pay attention to any corrections or notes given. That will help you learn what the instructor expects. If you do all this, you should do very well in the class.

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    purplewolf636 18 Jan 2017 07:55

    You might find some of the argumentative essay topics at http://www.creativewriting-prompts.com/argumentative-essay-topics.html useful. There is also an argumentative essay outline which you might be able to use. Hope this helps.

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    соня 17 Jan 2017 22:15

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    Common argumentative essay topics include issues such as euthanasia, capital punishment, abortions and animal testing. An argumentative essay should not be a unilateral rant. It should address counter-arguments and should be able refute them with evidence in support of its message.

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    штирлиц шутит 18 Jan 2017 06:09

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    goldenduck640 18 Jan 2017 08:05

    I would recommend first reading this out loud to someone. You ve got some errors that you can find and fix that way. :) And some awkward sentences. As for the the ending sentence, you already have a pretty good one. An If-then sentence. "If abortion can be slowly reduced then we have a chance at saving the next generation." Just make sure you ve got your facts right. I was under the impression that infant mortality rate is only counted for infants, not unborn. I m not sure you ve proven that abortion being reduced or taken will save the "next generation", as much as abortion takes away a human life that could benefit society, and your own disdain for abortion. You re sort of all over the place with your points. If you re going to address the opposition s points, then you need to focus on their points, maybe devote a paragraph to each of their points as you outline them and why you don t agree with them. If you re going to focus on the disgusting practice of it and how the baby taken could have benefited society, then you need to focus on that and ignore the opposition s points almost entirely with the belief that the obvious moral problems you point out will outweigh their points. One or the other. Doing both like this is sort of a problem. Did you do an outline? Also, watch your comma usage. :) No offense intended, I had a lot of problems with commas myself. Hope this helps. I know in HS I was made to argue a point that I didn t agree with and someone who didn t agree with the other side had to argue the other side. It helped us both to be able to do better research on the other side, and build an argumentative essay based on that. It might be something to consider, research how you d write a paper defending abortion and then write a response paper of sorts.