Once you’ve written your outline and fleshed out an awesome thesis statement, you’re in the home stretch.
Now all you have to do is fill in the blanks with the evidence you’ve collected during your research.
Example: “Too many kids use the internet without parent supervision” is a weak statement and doesn’t really show what you’re arguing.
But, “Stricter parental supervision policies should be implemented on the internet” is a strong statement that gets to the heart of what your essay is going to be about and is easy to argue against.
The thesis statement strongly states what position you’re arguing without leaving a shred of a doubt.
The wording has to allow the topic to be argued against as well.
Still, if you want your paper to hit the bulls-eye and change the way your reader thinks, you need a few tactics.
Below, we’ll share with you some tips on how to make argumentative essay most convincing.
Now that you’ve chosen your topic, it’s time to delve into your research.
Read widely at first to find out what the popular themes of discussion are about this topic.