Date of publication: 2017-08-26 14:03
Where are the questions regarding transgender teens or adults?
Where are the questions regarding sexuality?
Where are the questions regarding whether or not gender roles have an impact on teens?
Where are the questions regarding society 8767 s view on the LGBT(etc.) community?
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Many timely persuasive topics can be found on radio, TV, your local newspaper, or your Facebook and Twitter feeds. We also have an extensive list of fresh, up-to-date ideas on our trending topics page. If you have a cool new topic, please send it in and we will publish it.
In my opinion, the work of these college activists is impressive, but we need to do more. I also agree with the college activists saying that colleges and high schools are falling short in educating students about sexual assaults since most adults are defending the rapists of this case. Also many people are tweeting to the victim that she “ruined their life” when the rapist ruined their own life. is not a recreational activity. We, as a society, have an obligation to do more to educate our people about They need to know that it is a horrible crime of violence. And it is simply not ok.” Stated Ohio attorney of the Steubenville case Dr. DeWine.
Any one of the 95 statements below may be either defended or attacked in an argumentative essay or speech. Because many of these issues are complex and wide ranging, you should be prepared to narrow your topic and focus your approach.
Hopefully in school, and class, we have a safe place
to practice both the art of writing and of persuasion. Then later, when we are in our communities, whether work, church, neighborhoods, and even families, we can benefit from this practice.
Just as Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “A woman is like a tea bag you can 8767 t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” Until more women explore the . fields we can never quite tell how strong and intelligent women are.
Next, we created purposeful argumentative essay prompts as a diagnostic tool for teachers. We used The New York Times Learning Network (organized by category) to find the prompts we thought best matched the EUs and EQs for the units. This site has a list of 755 prompts for argumentative writing. We chose prompts for 7-67 that connected to the units, and then created the assessment based on the EAP style of writing, this year being incorporated into the Smarter Balance Assessment students will take in 66th grade.
What is it?
This is the type of essay where you prove that your opinion, theory or hypothesis about an issue is correct or more truthful than those of others. In short, it is very similar to the persuasive essay (see above), but the difference is that you are arguing for your opinion as opposed to others, rather than directly trying to persuade someone to adopt your point of view.
In choosing something to write about, keep in mind Kurt Vonnegut s advice: 89 Find a subject you care about and which you in your heart feel others should care about. 89 But be sure to rely on your head as well as your heart: select a topic that you know something about, either from your own experience or from that of others.