Core Java Syllabus Topics For Argumentative Essays

  • I like DDLC and Monika is my Waifu 4 weeks ago

    I like this

  • aidan 7 weeks ago

    can you add topics about pitching

  • Virginia Kearney 4 months agofrom United States

    Hi Ryan--I'll add some! Good idea! My students are mostly between 18-22, but many students writing argument essays are older.

  • Ryan 4 months ago

    I love your articles, they are really helpful to me.

    Virginia, Could you help me think of an argumentative topic about retirement age? I do not know how to write about it!

    THANK YOU

  • bill 4 months ago

    wow thanks virginia, this really helped me out!!!!

  • Virginia Kearney 4 months agofrom United States

    Hi Stephen-I have several articles that tell you all of the steps you need to know for writing your argument paper. Just look at my profile or look at the articles linked to the side.

  • Stephen 4 months ago

    Ammmm can u tell me how or what to do after I chose a topic like getting info.

  • I LOVE RESEARCH 4 months ago

    wow, quite impressive. keep up the good work!! :)))))))))))

  • marisol 4 months ago

    this really helped me

  • aziza 4 months ago

    I would like to thank you so so much for these great topics.

  • Shaleeta 6 months ago

    This is a great resource. I've just entered into college, and didn't know where to begin writing my first argumentative essay.

    Thanks so much - voted up :)

  • Kennedy 6 months ago

    Do you know or have you written of anything to do with the argumentative essay of "should smoking be banned" because I have to do essays with research and I need some reliable sites

  • Virginia Kearney 6 months agofrom United States

    Hi Aashi! I'm glad that younger students are finding my work too. Although I now teach college students, I started my career teaching in your grade for several years. I will have to put together some topics for primary grade students. Until then, you might want to look at my High School Topics, which have many ideas which are good for your age too.

  • Aashi 6 months ago

    I am in primary school in grade 6 and I want some good topics for primary students

  • Badass 8 months ago

    Good job making this page

  • Thea 8 months ago

    I don't know what to do at first. I was clueless and was browsing for answers but none of them made sense except for this. Thank you very much!

  • love 9 months ago

    I think the ideas are wonderful and are very helpful!

  • Beth 9 months ago

    I am a Junior in high school and I have to write an argumentative paper. Your insight on how to do so has been extremely helpful. I wanted to thank you for your intelligence on how to write an argumentative paper.

  • Ocean 10 months ago

    Thanks! This website was very useful for picking out a topic for my essay. Again, thank you for helping me out!

  • King of Stuff 13 months ago

    I find this website very interesting and helpful. Thank you for making it! Your tips on writing essays is really helping me out.

    Thanks!

  • Mr. fluffypants 13 months ago

    I love this article. You have helped me with my school essay. Thank you!

  • letter pile 13 months ago

    I LOVE this website!!!! Thank you so much for writing it! It has helped me so much!

  • Virginia Kearney 14 months agofrom United States

    Hi Nataly! You are welcome to shift the focus of the questions to whether governments should take action. My questions and topic ideas are just a starting point. I teach my students that there are a variety of ways to solve problems and one of those is by having governments or larger groups take action. However, I want my students to focus more on how they and their audience can personally take responsibility and action, so often my questions are more locally written. In my class, I focus on having my students address a very particular audience in their persuasive essays because effective arguments come from really thinking carefully about the viewpoint of the other person and developing points that would persuade that person. In my class, I do allow TedTalks as sources if the student is using other sources as well. However, I don't think all professors do accept that type of source. Most people who do TedTalks have written out their arguments in papers or books, so I'd suggest you research to see if there is an online paper you can cite as well.

  • Nataly 14 months ago

    Hello, Virginia!

    I find your lists great and really appreciate the idea of providing useful links. Still, I would rather shift the focus of some questions so that they ask students to think more globally, from the point of view of the state and the society. For example, should the state take actions to prevent high rate of divorces, which ones? Are people in developed states responsible for providing water and food to the starving people around the globe?, etc. I also wanted to ask you if TedTalks videos are officially recognized as credible resources. Have you ever heard of any cases when professors forbid to use it? Thank you for a good work!

  • Hulya Gulyurt 15 months ago

    This helped me so much with my homework, thank you!

  • Abdul 15 months ago

    Great Efforts ...Well done

  • kk 15 months ago

    i am a kid

  • vashan 17 months ago

    should guns be allowed on school campus

  • Virginia Kearney 19 months agofrom United States

    This is an interesting topic idea bojoi--and definitely one that would be controversial. I'd love to hear how you would develop your thesis.

  • preetyradd 20 months ago

    i think this is cool i got a good grade on my essay thanks

  • Kanwal asif 20 months ago

    Thank u so much God bless u

  • Virginia Kearney 22 months agofrom United States

    Glad this will help you three keys!

  • Threekeys 23 months agofrom Australia

    Hi Virginia

    Im about to try out your suggestions in this great article. Im excited to see what the outcome will be in how I take a more pointed or comprehensive approach in a "written debate" so to speak. Thanks so much!

  • djazira k 2 years ago

    Thank you it is really helpful.

  • kamila 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for the topics

  • Trisha Roberts 3 years agofrom Rensselaer, New York

    Love the great ideas! Absolutely love the list you shared with us. Thank you so much for this Article!

  • Kalai 3 years agofrom Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

    Sometimes i find that the most easy or obvious topic the hardest to argue about. The less the words the greater the headache. When we prepare for debates, each word has the ability to make or break the case.

  • Rae Saylor 4 years agofrom Australia

    What an interesting range of ideas and tips! Massive thanks for writing this, pal! Voted up :)

  • Eiddwen 4 years agofrom Wales

    A great hub Victoria ;thanks for sharing and I vote up.

    Eddy.

  • Dianna Mendez 4 years ago

    This is very useful to those who must teach essay writing (and to those who must write them). I know I will be using this next time I teach English Comp. Voted up++

  • ExpectGreatThings 4 years agofrom Illinois

    Wow! This is a very impressive list and great instructions. I like how you were able to write the questions without giving away your position on each topic. - Ginger

  • Eric Dierker 4 years agofrom Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

    Very interesting. Fun ideas and great food for thought.

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