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Things to Keep in Mind while Writing for Argumentative Assignments
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Quick Description: These assignments are more frequent and advanced as you step into college education. Argumentation is a skill that everyone should develop. In order to argue better, you will have to pose serious questions and claims that are then backed by evidence
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Date Posted: 10/28/2020 1:20:16 AM
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Argumentative assignments are one of the most important types of academic assignments that you are going to write my essay. These assignments are more frequent and advanced as you step into college education. Argumentation is a skill that everyone should develop. In order to argue better, you will have to pose serious questions and claims that are then backed by evidence and examples. A good assignment writer doesn’t stop there but also explores the counter-arguments to demonstrate the legitimacy of their position.

 

 

These argumentative assignments are given to you as students are not meant to impart information about several arguments to your readers. but are there to train your critical and analytical thinking. Since this type of assignment depends on authoritative proof, you are also made to improve your research skills.

 

An argumentative assignment should have the following to make a unique and legitimate write essay for me:

 

Non-obvious

Your main argument should never be a well-established notion. If everyone is already in agreement upon the subject then there is no point in going from the obvious argument to a more obvious conclusion. It can instead challenge an established notion and with it those who believe in the notion. Such a claim will leave you in a good position to develop an argument.

 

Answers the question

At the end of the assignment, write my paper should conclude your argument, using your premises or supporting claims. This conclusion answers the assignment question or the argument. 

At times the reader is guided to the end of the assignment without a conclusion or the answer to the question being found. This can be when the writer misreads the assignment question or prompt.

The prompt should be analyzed to see what the instruction regarding the type of writing is, the task word may ask the reader to evaluate, criticize, access, compare, etc.

 

A definite pattern to the argument

The argument should have a logical flow to it starting from the presenting of the argument to the conclusion. 

The main argument should be presented in your thesis statement in the introduction. While the proposition and the claims supporting your arguments are discussed in the main body. Each proposition should allow pay someone to write my paper to convince your reader of the final conclusion of the assignment.

 

A proposition followed by proof


Without backing from evidence and examples, you won’t be able to convince your audience on the proposition, and eventually the argument.

 The proposition should be part of or related to other propositions that are part of the argument. The proof should come from academic journals and books. Information cannot be used as evidence if it lacks the authority on the subject. This proof can be in the form of a statistic, an experiment, a survey, or a study, and the source of the information should be from authoritative academic sources.

 

A check for the legitimacy of your argument

You shouldn’t just present your argument, the propositions, to reach your conclusion. You still have to quell the counters to your arguments or the questions that might weaken your argument. It is advised that you brainstorm about the counter-arguments from the perspective of the readers before presenting your proposition or claim. Tackling the counters to your propositions will only go onto strengthening your main transition words and phrases.

There will be counters that challenge your arguments and make them weaker. You shouldn’t hide from such counter-arguments. Instead, when they seem to overpower your proposition, you should absorb the counter into your thesis or the proposition. This will not only make your argument more convincing but will strengthen your argument as well.

 

Useful Resources

Argumentative Papers: Structure and Parts

Essay Prewriting Essential for Top-grade Essays

Incidental Essay Writing Tips for Students

 

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