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What are argumentative essays?


An argumentative essay uses evidence and reasoning, minus emotions, to give a stand on a very controversial and debated issue, problem, or topic.

An argumentative essay always gives two points of view on a topic and explains why one point of view is better than the other.

The writer of an argumentative essay will normally pick one of the point of views and discuss why it is the best one.

The topic of an argumentative essay is normally controversial, current, trendy, and debatable.

How to write a good argumentative essay?


  • The writer should select an issue that is specific in nature.
  • The writer should ensure that they do extensive research on the pros and cons of the selected issue very carefully.
  • By doing research on the pros and cons of the issue, ensures that the essay is not leaning to one side and is not bias in anyway.
  • The writer must ensure that they have a good thesis for the topic that gives a summary of the important reasoning for the writer’s perspective on the topic.
  • The Body of the essay should include a paragraph for each of the important reasoning of the writer’s perspective on the topic.  Also, each important reasoning paragraph should include evidence and facts to back up the reasoning.

What is the general format for a good argumentative essay?


The essay should have an Introduction Paragraph that states the topic, thesis statement, and main points of the topic.

The essay should have Body Paragraphs (three or more) for each of the important reasoning for the writer’s point of view on the topic.  The Body Paragraphs should have supporting evidence and facts for each reasoning stated.

The essay should have a Conclusion Paragraph that reiterates the thesis statement, explains why the writer’s point of view is the best, and summarizes the important reasoning for that point of view.

How to select a good topic for argumentative essays?


  • Writer should select a topic that is near and dear to them.
  • Writer should select a topic from the course syllabus and course material.
  • Writer can select a topic from issues or problems that are trending on social media.
  • Writer should select a topic that is controversial, but not too controversial.
  • Writer should select a topic that will steer up the emotions of the targeted readers.
  • Writer should select a topic that is not too broad in nature.