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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: lazykoala699 | Category: Literature review on 360 degree apprisal

By now, a number of these many argumentative essay prompts must have caught your eye. Whether it be for college or for high school, you now have shortlisted your choices for a good argumentative essay topic. It is now time to narrow them down to just one. But they all seem to be equally challenging, controversial and exciting topics to use in your persuasive essay. What should you do?

Find out which of your chosen controversial argumentative essay topics touches upon one of your strongest beliefs.  Your tenacity of spirit in its defense may just be the key to a winning persuasive essay.  A driven person can beat even the most informed opponent, given he keeps his head above his emotions.

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    goldengorilla673 18 Jan 2017 03:40

    go on wikipedia!!

  2. author
    ticklishpanda367 18 Jan 2017 03:04

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

    A persuasive speech is a speech intended to convince the audience to do something. Whether you want to get people to vote, stop littering, or change their minds about an important issue, persuasive speeches are an effective way to sway an audience. There are many elements that go into a successful persuasive speech. But, with some preparation and practice, you can deliver a powerful speech.

    A persuasive essay uses reason to demonstrate that certain ideas are more valid than others in academic writing. The purpose of such an essay is to encourage readers to accept a particular viewpoint or act in a particular way. A persuasive essay must be based on sound logic and must contain factual evidence to support the argument.

    Take a stance. What do you think about the issue? What side will you take? Be aware of any prejudices you might have that could color your argument. What resolution will you suggest?

    In persuasive writing, the author is trying to convince the audience to agree with a point of view.  Persuasive essay writing  differs from an academic argument in that an academic argument uses reason and logic to persuade its readers while a persuasive paper may rely on other techniques such as emotion. Persuasive writing examples can be found in newspapers or magazines. An opinion piece about an election or articles one on side of controversial issues like the death penalty, animal rights or abortion would all be examples of persuasive writing.

    The thesis statement for a  persuasive essay  should be placed in the introduction. It’s often the last sentence of the introductory paragraph. A thesis tells the main idea of the paper and in the case of a persuasive paper must state the writer’s position. It may also include the reasons the writer will use to support that position. The reasons must be listed in the same order they’re discussed in the paper. This is because a thesis also serves as a map for the paper’s structure.

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    ticklishpeacock389 18 Jan 2017 06:32

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

    A persuasive speech is a speech intended to convince the audience to do something. Whether you want to get people to vote, stop littering, or change their minds about an important issue, persuasive speeches are an effective way to sway an audience. There are many elements that go into a successful persuasive speech. But, with some preparation and practice, you can deliver a powerful speech.

    A persuasive essay uses reason to demonstrate that certain ideas are more valid than others in academic writing. The purpose of such an essay is to encourage readers to accept a particular viewpoint or act in a particular way. A persuasive essay must be based on sound logic and must contain factual evidence to support the argument.

    Take a stance. What do you think about the issue? What side will you take? Be aware of any prejudices you might have that could color your argument. What resolution will you suggest?

    In persuasive writing, the author is trying to convince the audience to agree with a point of view.  Persuasive essay writing  differs from an academic argument in that an academic argument uses reason and logic to persuade its readers while a persuasive paper may rely on other techniques such as emotion. Persuasive writing examples can be found in newspapers or magazines. An opinion piece about an election or articles one on side of controversial issues like the death penalty, animal rights or abortion would all be examples of persuasive writing.

    The thesis statement for a  persuasive essay  should be placed in the introduction. It’s often the last sentence of the introductory paragraph. A thesis tells the main idea of the paper and in the case of a persuasive paper must state the writer’s position. It may also include the reasons the writer will use to support that position. The reasons must be listed in the same order they’re discussed in the paper. This is because a thesis also serves as a map for the paper’s structure.

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    б л я д ь 18 Jan 2017 00:04

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

    A persuasive speech is a speech intended to convince the audience to do something. Whether you want to get people to vote, stop littering, or change their minds about an important issue, persuasive speeches are an effective way to sway an audience. There are many elements that go into a successful persuasive speech. But, with some preparation and practice, you can deliver a powerful speech.

    A persuasive essay uses reason to demonstrate that certain ideas are more valid than others in academic writing. The purpose of such an essay is to encourage readers to accept a particular viewpoint or act in a particular way. A persuasive essay must be based on sound logic and must contain factual evidence to support the argument.

    Take a stance. What do you think about the issue? What side will you take? Be aware of any prejudices you might have that could color your argument. What resolution will you suggest?

    In persuasive writing, the author is trying to convince the audience to agree with a point of view.  Persuasive essay writing  differs from an academic argument in that an academic argument uses reason and logic to persuade its readers while a persuasive paper may rely on other techniques such as emotion. Persuasive writing examples can be found in newspapers or magazines. An opinion piece about an election or articles one on side of controversial issues like the death penalty, animal rights or abortion would all be examples of persuasive writing.

    The thesis statement for a  persuasive essay  should be placed in the introduction. It’s often the last sentence of the introductory paragraph. A thesis tells the main idea of the paper and in the case of a persuasive paper must state the writer’s position. It may also include the reasons the writer will use to support that position. The reasons must be listed in the same order they’re discussed in the paper. This is because a thesis also serves as a map for the paper’s structure.

    Since this is the most common type of essay, it is important to be familiar with its requirements and style. Check out our persuasive essay samples to get acquainted with this popular form of essay.

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    綵щ(щ) 18 Jan 2017 07:53

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

    A persuasive speech is a speech intended to convince the audience to do something. Whether you want to get people to vote, stop littering, or change their minds about an important issue, persuasive speeches are an effective way to sway an audience. There are many elements that go into a successful persuasive speech. But, with some preparation and practice, you can deliver a powerful speech.

    A persuasive essay uses reason to demonstrate that certain ideas are more valid than others in academic writing. The purpose of such an essay is to encourage readers to accept a particular viewpoint or act in a particular way. A persuasive essay must be based on sound logic and must contain factual evidence to support the argument.

    Take a stance. What do you think about the issue? What side will you take? Be aware of any prejudices you might have that could color your argument. What resolution will you suggest?

    In persuasive writing, the author is trying to convince the audience to agree with a point of view.  Persuasive essay writing  differs from an academic argument in that an academic argument uses reason and logic to persuade its readers while a persuasive paper may rely on other techniques such as emotion. Persuasive writing examples can be found in newspapers or magazines. An opinion piece about an election or articles one on side of controversial issues like the death penalty, animal rights or abortion would all be examples of persuasive writing.

    The thesis statement for a  persuasive essay  should be placed in the introduction. It’s often the last sentence of the introductory paragraph. A thesis tells the main idea of the paper and in the case of a persuasive paper must state the writer’s position. It may also include the reasons the writer will use to support that position. The reasons must be listed in the same order they’re discussed in the paper. This is because a thesis also serves as a map for the paper’s structure.

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    Татьяна 18 Jan 2017 09:19

    well one paragraph should be about how ugly they are 2 uncomfortable 3 ppl r used to wearing normal close to skool 4 and 5 u come up with im only i 4 grade but idk maybe this might help O_O

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    bluetiger391 18 Jan 2017 04:44

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

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    User1488583697 17 Jan 2017 22:31

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

    A persuasive speech is a speech intended to convince the audience to do something. Whether you want to get people to vote, stop littering, or change their minds about an important issue, persuasive speeches are an effective way to sway an audience. There are many elements that go into a successful persuasive speech. But, with some preparation and practice, you can deliver a powerful speech.

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    User1489180644 18 Jan 2017 09:23

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

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    yellowrabbit172 18 Jan 2017 07:38

    Go like this "I have to write a compare and contrast essay, but I m worried it s going to sound too persuasive. How do I prevent this?" Not "I have to write a compare and contrast essy but im worried its going to sound to persausive. how do i pervent this???" How is that persuasive? Well anyway, just try you re hardest you ll learn.

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    lazyostrich259 18 Jan 2017 04:54

    Writing a persuasive essay is like being a lawyer arguing a case before a jury. The writer takes a stand on an issue—either “for” or “against”—and builds the strongest possible argument to win over the reader.

    In a persuasive essay, it’s the writer’s job to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or take a specific action. Persuasive essays require good research, awareness of the reader’s biases, and a solid understanding of both sides of the issue. A good persuasive essay demonstrates not only why the writer’s opinion is correct, but also why the opposing view is incorrect.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows dogs.

    Other dog companions aren’t so fortunate. Shouldn’t responsible dog owners be allowed to bring their beloved furballs anywhere they wish?

    A persuasive essay requires a clear thesis defining your stance and solid facts to support your position. Persuading the reader with your writing is a little different than persuading your friend to go to that huge party this weekend. Instead of begging the audience to agree with your position, you need to build your case throughout the piece with a powerful final argument in the conclusion.

    The main arguments supporting your position on the subject become the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the persuasive paper. Use each paragraph to fully explore and provide support for each argument. In a paper supporting school uniforms, potential arguments are increased school performance, decreased bullying, sense of school community and less time enforcing dress codes. Think about the opposing opinions to help you develop stronger arguments for your stance. Use those contradicting opinions to find evidence that supports your stance and disproves the contradicting approach.

    A persuasive speech is a speech intended to convince the audience to do something. Whether you want to get people to vote, stop littering, or change their minds about an important issue, persuasive speeches are an effective way to sway an audience. There are many elements that go into a successful persuasive speech. But, with some preparation and practice, you can deliver a powerful speech.

    A persuasive essay uses reason to demonstrate that certain ideas are more valid than others in academic writing. The purpose of such an essay is to encourage readers to accept a particular viewpoint or act in a particular way. A persuasive essay must be based on sound logic and must contain factual evidence to support the argument.

    Take a stance. What do you think about the issue? What side will you take? Be aware of any prejudices you might have that could color your argument. What resolution will you suggest?