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Writing an Argumentative Essay in 5 Easy Steps

Argumentative essays are the most common type of essays seen in the academic world. They give professors the opportunity to evaluate a student’s analytical, research, and writing skills.

When writing an argumentative essay, an essay writer must investigate an issue regarding your topic, choose your stance, and find supporting evidence to prove your claim.

 

Writing an argumentative essay requires effort and understanding of the topic. Here is a breakdown of the writing process to make it easier for you to write.

 

  1.   Brainstorm different topic ideas

 

Finding an argumentative topic isn’t a difficult task, as there is always something that people have conflicting opinions and views about. Just think about the following questions when selecting your topic:

What did it happen?

What was the root cause?

Is this issue important?

How must we react towards it?

 

  1.   Pick a side

 

When you decide on the topic the next step is to determine your stance. After carefully assessing both sides of the argument, pick the one that you believe strongly about. Make sure that you choose the side you can easily defend.

 

  1.   Gather supporting evidence

 

An important aspect of an argumentative essay is that it is based on factual information and not your opinions. Whatever claim you decide to side with, know that you will need to support it authentic evidence. You can’t make your reader change their point of view and agree with yours by just stating your beliefs. Only gather your facts from reliable and authentic sources.

 

  1.   Draft an essay outline

 

Having a defined outline makes it easier to handle such essays that require students to make a point. For an argumentative essay, you can follow this outline:

 

Introduction

  • Opening statement
  • Background information on the issue
  • Thesis statement defining the claim

Body

  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2 
  • Paragraph 2 

 

Conclusion

Brief summary

Restate the claim

Significance of the issue

 

  1.   Proofread and edit

Lastly, an essaywriter must proofread and edit the essay to remove any overlooked mistakes and errors.

 

If you do not have strong persuasion and argumentative skills, you can take online assistance from a write my essay service and get a quality essay without the hassle. 


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