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"Argumentative Essay Should Dads Get A Paternity Leave.

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

Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

To make the process of writing your essay on one of the argument essay topics easier you can imagine yourself being a solicitor, whose duty is to defend an innocently accused person. You should make your speech to the jury so argumentative, well-reasoned and supported by the conspicuous evidences and restatements of the man's innocence in order to prove man's non-participation in the case he is accused of. Wearing solicitors' shoes will help you to develop a strong argumentative body of your work.

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    smallcat882 18 Jan 2017 00:18

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    greencat820 18 Jan 2017 07:05

    I. Intro A. First sentence (Start with a quote for a hook) "It is a complex problem. We may have gotten ourselves into an addiction that we might not be able to get out of." So says David Strayer, who studies cellphones and driving at the University of Utah. B. Second sentence (Frame the issue into a large context) Public safety officials fear that texting and driving – and gadgets like iPods and GPS devices – are a public safety epidemic, according to an article in the Christian Science Monitor. http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/1105/p25s07-usgn.html C. Third sentence (Thesis statement that leads into the next paragraph) It appears that banning cell phones -- in spite of our addiction to them -- may be the best way to reduce highway crashes due to distracted drivers. II. Second paragraph (First reason to ban them) Texting is a "perfect storm" of distraction, with cognitive, manual, and visual elements, says Strayer. "And it s primarily teenagers who are doing it. To become a proficient driver takes a few years, so it s the worst combination – a novice driver multitasking in a way [that takes] their eyes off the road." For 98% of the population, regardless of age, the likelihood of a crash while on a cellphone increases fourfold; the reaction to simulated traffic lights, pedestrians, and vehicles is comparable to that of someone legally intoxicated. III. (Third paragraph) The second reason to ban them The problem is wide-spread, and it impacts innocent bystanders. The number of cellphone subscribers has rocketed to 270 million in the US. The US Department of Transportation estimates that 6,000 traffic fatalities a year are the result of distracted driving. No one can multitask in reality, so millions of people are driving while they are preoccupied with some other task. There seems to be little difference between those using hand-held cellphones and those on hands-free headsets. The disruption is cognitive. Unlike a conversation with a passenger sharing the same physical space of the car, the electronic conversation takes a driver into a virtual space away from the road. IV. Fourth paragraph (Third reason to ban them) Recently there has been legislative notice of this problem. Swayed in part by a number of highly publicized driving-while destracted deaths, 18 states and the District of Columbia have passed laws banning texting while driving; nine additional states prohibit teenagers from texting behind the wheel. This summer, Sen. Charles Schumer of New York introduced legislation that would withhold 25 percent of federal highway funding to states that don t institute some sort of texting ban. And last month, President Obama signed an executive order banning federal employees from sending texts in government cars. V. Fifth paragraph (wrap-up) This is the time to enlarge the legislation to encompass all forms of electronic distractors -- iPods and cell phones as well as text messaging. Every year thousands of people are killed, and thousands more are injured, disfigured, and disabled by crashes caused by distracted driving. This is a highly-preventable form of dangerous behavior, and we should pass legislation to prevent it. (all the information was taken from one article http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/1105/p25s07-usgn.html)

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    Kenneth Perez 18 Jan 2017 03:20

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''''''''''''''''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''''''''''''''''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

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    Алина Г. 18 Jan 2017 07:25

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

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    organicfish883 18 Jan 2017 02:26

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

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    ㅤㅤгúлвeр| sad jerk. 18 Jan 2017 08:51

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

    The thesis statement usually appears near the beginning of a paper. It can be the first sentence of an essay, but that often feels like a simplistic, unexciting beginning. It more frequently appears at or near the end of the first paragraph or two. Here is the first paragraph of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.'s essay The Crisis of American Masculinity. Notice how everything drives the reader toward the last sentence and how that last sentence clearly signals what the rest of this essay is going to do.

    The first paragraph serves as kind of a funnel opening to the essay which draws and invites readers into the discussion, which is then focused by the thesis statement before the work of the essay actually begins. You will discover that some writers will delay the articulation of the paper's focus, its thesis, until the very end of the paper. That is possible if it is clear to thoughtful readers throughout the paper what the business of the essay truly is; frankly, it's probably not a good idea for beginning writers.

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    smallfish283 17 Jan 2017 22:32

    The following are questions and topics that can easily be structured to fit an argumentative speech format. Choose one of these: --People recognize a difference between children and adults. What events (experiences or ceremonies) make a person an adult? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? There is nothing that young people can teach older people. Use specific reasons and examples to support your position. Argue your point. --In your country, is there more need for land to be left in its natural condition or is there more need for land to be developed for housing and industry? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. Argue your point. --Many people have a close relationship with their pets. These people treat their dogs, birds, cats, or other animals as members of their family. In your opinion, are such relationships healthy? Why or why not? Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Depression is a form of mental illness. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. Argue your point. --Some people think governments should spend as much money as possible exploring outer space (for example, traveling to the Moon and to other planets). Other people disagree and think governments should spend this money for our basic needs on Earth. Which of these two opinions do you agree with? Argue your point. --Some people believe that success in life comes from taking risks or chances. Others believe that success results from careful planning. In your opinion, what does success come from? Argue your point. --It has been said, “Not everything that is learned is contained in books.” Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why? Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? High schools should allow students to study the courses that students want to study. Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is better to be a member of a group than to be the leader of a group. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. --When famous people such as actors, athletes and rock stars give their opinions, many people listen. Do you think we should pay attention to these opinions? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. Argue your point. --The 20th century saw great change. In your opinion, what is one change that should be remembered about the twentieth century? Use specific reasons and details to explain your choice and argue your point.. --Should a city try to preserve its old, historic buildings or destroy them and replace them with modern buildings? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion and argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Classmates are a more important influence than parents on a child’s success in school. What is your opinion? Argue your point. --In some countries, teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think this is a good idea? Argue your point. --Some people believe that the Earth is being harmed (damaged) by human activity. Others feel that human activity makes the Earth a better place to live. Your opinion? Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Parents or other adult relatives should make important decisions for their older (15 to 18 year-old) teenage children. Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Modern technology is creating a single world culture. OR. Telephones and email have made communication between people less personal. --Some people say that advertising encourages us to buy things we really do not need. Others say that advertisements tell us about new products that may improve our lives. Persuade others of the viewpoint you agree with. Argue your point. --Many parts of the world are losing important natural resources, such as forests, animals, or clean water. Choose one resource that is disappearing and argue on why it needs to be saved. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? A zoo has no useful purpose. What is your opinion? Argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? A person’s childhood years (the time from birth to 12 years of age) are the most important years of a person’s life. Use specific reasons and examples to persuade others of your answer or to argue your point. --Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? People behave differently when they wear different clothes. Do you agree that different clothes influence the way people behave? Use specific examples to support your opinion. Argue your point.

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    ♡Elizabeth♡ 17 Jan 2017 23:11

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

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    Kenneth Perez 18 Jan 2017 03:20

    there are many options to write about. it all depends on what you enjoy writing about and what you believe in. but here are some examples for you: giving birth control to teenagers (i wrote about this one last semester) smoking in public places the drinking age porn on the internet drugs on campus the requirement for college students to pass a comprehensive exam in their majors before graduation reinstating the military draft. well hope you like one of those i no they are kind of boring and done alot but hey its a start!

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    redfish992 18 Jan 2017 04:20

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

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    greenkoala407 17 Jan 2017 23:58

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn't particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don't have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.

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    yellowduck228 18 Jan 2017 00:20

    Writing an essay on one of the argumentative essay topics requires to be well armed with strong and convincing arguments concerning one of the chosen topics for a argumentation essay. Your personal position and insight should of course be the basis of your work, but the main point is that your personal views have to be supported by founded arguments, reasons, proofs and evidences and proceed from the factual information.

    Hence, your work should bristle with clearly-cut and legible arguments to look like a real argumentative essay. The arguments are the facts or statements which will support your position.

    The ideal speech topic is interesting, engaging and above all, something that the speaker cares about. If the speaker doesn''''''''t particularly care about what he or she is arguing, it will be very obvious. Topics for persuasive speeches can range from politics to social issues to music or art. Keep in mind that a good speech often acknowledge other points of view and considers that most provocative questions don''''''''t have easy answers.

    Discuss whether social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and dating sites, are good or bad for teens. Do the same with cell phones, genetic modification or any other new technology. Argue whether NASA should be well funded, whether violent video games should be marketed to children, whether green energy research or military research is more important or whether young children should be allowed to use computers.