An argument is a an exchange or disagreement of diverging or opposite views. Argumentative terms center around making a claim and understanding there will be a counterclaim.
One may make an argument, but they should also recognize the counterargument.
You need a topic that will grasp attention and one you can write persuasively about, therefore, it must first and foremost, be something you feel strongly about.
If you want to come in really strong, you could go for a highly controversial topic, like abortion. Remember that you should choose something you are passionate about.
If they should be given less freedom to work in the outside world, why? When and where has a similar instance occurred before, and how could this possibly be prevented?
Argumentative essays are one of the most popular essay assignments among teachers.
So, you made it through middle school and onto the stomping grounds of your upperclassmen.
New cafeteria, new locker combination, new friends, and yes, new writing challenges are in store.
Topics and readings are current and engaging, and the prompts are modeled closely on TASC Prompts.
This is the argumentative writing prompts worksheets section.