Synthesis Essay Topics

April 29, 2021
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Synthesis essays are to be written with a meticulous approach. You should employ a considerable amount of sources. You are expected to pass judgment as to how important the topic is and give your answer to the question stated by revealing adequate familiarity with the relevant sources.

  • Finding touchpoints between different standpoints

When finding the similarities between different standpoints, you shouldn’t fall into vagueness, but rather stay as clear as possible. Your end result should be an organic synthesis, and not just some quotations thrown together – the elements should correlate. Only this way can your synthesis essay be treated seriously.

  • The main statement

You need to work out the main statement of your essay: the essence of your work concentrated into one definitive sentence. It may come in the form of a question that provokes the reader’s thought at the beginning and leads it in the direction that you set in the course of your essay up to the conclusion that you draw.

  • Research

Before you can put together the list of sources for your synthesis essay, make sure that you are well aware of the topic. So, it only makes sense to pick a topic that you are already well-informed about and that you have a particular interest in.

  • Drawing parallels

A strong synthesis essay is supposed to include powerful yet original parallels. This will not only place your conclusions on a more solid ground but also spark additional interest among your readership. A healthy dose of wit is more than welcome here!

  • Proofread and edit

Just as any other written piece of work, a synthesis essay is to be thoroughly proofread and edited before you submit it. Aside from correcting the spelling and grammatical errors, pay special attention to the content and make sure there is no ambiguity or conflict, especially if you pick a sensitive and somewhat controversial, i.e., truly interesting topic. Such a topic is not always easy to come up with, so we have put together a list of some ideas:

  1. How did the 2nd World War affect Germany in comparison with other nations?
  2. What signs of patriarchy are left behind and which persist?
  3. What are the approaches to dealing with global warming in different nations?
  4. How effective is secondary education today?
  5. Does sex education at schools raise awareness as good as it should?
  6. How effective and convenient are passenger airlines today?
  7. What makes the idea of community market so appealing?
  8. How the new forms of correspondence (texting and chatting) affect overall literacy?
  9. How do social media change the everyday life of a student?
  10. How does the chaotic deforestation in some countries affect the global agriculture?
  11. Is ecology taken into account when developing new housing areas?
  12. How can we try to rationalize the mind of a religious fanatic?
  13. How do former colonial empires sustain their cultural influence over former colonies?
  14. What do professional sports have in common with being fit?
  15. How does China execute cultural and economic expansion today?
  16. Why does homosexuality occur among different representations of the fauna?
  17. What is the difference between child disorders caused by clinical and social reasons?
  18. Is there a difference between racism against US-born and non-US-born people?
  19. Why are some children reluctant to read books?
  20. What factors influence fashion?
  21. Can zero tolerance be justified?
  22. Is war always a bad thing?
  23. Is global warming caused by human activities?
  24. Do video games really make the players more violent?
  25. How volunteering changes the world?
  26. How essential is violent imagery to various forms of art?
  27. How effective is the scholarship system?
  28. Are the school uniforms necessary or rudimentary?
  29. Is the American dream still alive?
  30. Should the technological progress be better controlled and how?
  31. Can saving money penny by penny really make you richer?
  32. Is death penalty barbaric or necessary?
  33. How has the role of television in our lives changed in the past few decades?
  34. What is terrorism, what causes it, and how it can be prevented?
  35. Should the new technologies be implemented in school faster?
  36. What makes Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby a good read today?
  37. Are Miller’s ideas from The Crucible still up to date?
  38. Is the enthusiasm of space exploration programs justified?
  39. Should social media be better controlled and how?
  40. Why were school uniforms introduced and why they lost popularity in the education system?
  41. Is community service an effective solution?
  42. Is daylight savings time still justified?
  43. What is the role of invasive species?
  44. How effective and how justified is racial profiling?
  45. What are the origins of races?
  46. Why does racism still occur?
  47. Can poverty be defeated once and for all?
  48. How have the Presidential elections changed in the past 50 years?
  49. Why is poetry still important?
  50. How has photography become an art?
  51. Does racial profiling still happen?
  52. Have the cellphones made our lives better or worse?
  53. Why is obesity becoming an increasing problem?
  54. Has Lord of the Flies come true?
  55. Why does childhood obesity happen in such amounts?
  56. How do we fall for advertising?
  57. How does nature adapt to the technogenetic environment?
  58. Which parts of human nature are inborn and which are conditioned socially?
  59. Is mandatory community service effective?
  60. Why do museums still exist?
  61. How has the social role of shopping malls evolved in the last 50 years?
  62. Are celebrity memoirs a worthy read?
  63. How has the infrastructure of the media changed with the introduction of smartphones?
  64. Is multiculturalism a utopic idea or is it possible?
  65. Why are superstitions still so widespread?
  66. Do social media make it easier to socialize or do they create extra obstacles?
  67. Why have locavores become a thing?
  68. Does ideal love happen in our world?
  69. What makes up a good read?
  70. What are the main reasons for immigration today? Do they validate it?
  71. How to describe the identity of a person?
  72. Are new technologies implemented at schools on a sufficient level?
  73. Is there too much violent imagery in the media today?
  74. How important is the image of a body today?
  75. Is Huckleberry Finn still a character to look up to?
  76. Why does individual nature show under extreme circumstances?
  77. Is homeschooling a good idea?
  78. Does global warming get enough coverage in the media?
  79. Is gun control sufficient?
  80. Is the legalization of gay marriage the next logical step in the evolution of the society?
  81. What is the role of gender today?
  82. Should genetic engineering be enforced with more enthusiasm?
  83. What are the circumstances influencing the gender roles?
  84. What are the long-term effects of globalization?
  85. Does Frankenstein remain a good read due to the expressed ideas or due to Mary Shelley’s good writing?
  86. What changes are urgent for the education system?
  87. Is euthanasia a murder or an act of mercy?
  88. How misguiding can an advertisement be?
  89. Is environment really at such peril as the media want us to think?
  90. Why does eminent domain exist and should it still exist?
  91. Is space exploration vital to the survival of mankind?
  92. Why is divorce harder than a marriage?
  93. Is the enforcement of legal drinking age effective?
  94. How to spot depression and how to confront it?

Any of the above topics should be quite easy to write about. At the same time, you’ll have a chance to back your point with actual stats and research. So, good luck!

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Writing Conventions

April 29, 2021
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The Conventions of Grammar

The teaching of formal grammar has a negligible or, because it usually displaces some instruction and practice in actual composition, even a harmful effect on the improvement of writing.

— Braddock, Lloyd-Jones, and Schoer, 1963, quoted in Hillocks, 1986, p. 133

Hillocks (1986) meta-analysis spanned twenty-five years of writing research and concluded that traditional grammar instruction was an ineffective way to improve an individual’s writing. Hillock’s claims are supported by over fifty years of research into grammar instruction. The evidence supports what English teachers have believed for a long time, that traditional grammar instruction is not a viable teaching method.

There is a concern amongst teachers that discarding lessons on grammar and conventions could create a generation of students whose written work would be incomprehensible. The question then becomes what we should do as teachers to teach grammar and conventions effectively? The solution can be found in the Features of Effective Writing model which places conventions in the correct placement of the writing process – the very end. At the end of the writing process, when students have revised their work in line with the four other features and can consider the grammar and convention as they edit it for submission.

How do we define grammar conventions?

Conventions are the historic agreements that essay writers have reached about how language should be used. The agreements mean that information is written in a manner that the readers expect and are able to understand easily. Conforming to these conventions aid the communication process. It is a term that is used to describe the surface features of written communication such as punctuation, spelling, and grammar. One can split them into three main categories mechanics, usage, and sentence formation. This article will look at all three areas across a wide range of age groups to see what areas of grammar should be taught, and how to integrate it into an academic syllabus.

The Definition of Mechanics

Spoken and written communication use two different mediums to convey information and are largely two different systems of communication that have their own unique features. Spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and paragraphs do not exist in spoken communication but are prominent features of the text-based language. Mechanics is defined as the conventions of language that only exist in the written system.

An example of the different mechanics used in speech production and writing comes from the English Language. English is not a true alphabetic system as the phonetic realization of words do not always correlate directly to their spelling. Some examples are ‘women’ which is pronounced with an /i/ sound, not an /o/ or enough which is pronounced with an /f/ not a /gh/. Speakers do not have to worry about the spelling of the word when it is spoken, although if they wrote the words, they would have to spell them in the standard way, not the way they sound. Written language is also complicated by homophones such as ‘bare’ and ‘bear’ which has the same phonetic realization but different spelling and as well as homographs like the word ‘bow’ that have the same phonetic and orthographical realization but different meanings.

Another example would be the use of punctuation. In spoken language prosody, intonation, and pauses are more natural and don’t have to be thought about consciously. In written communication, you have to think about where to use a period, where to place a comma, if that semi-colon is used right, and how to indicate speech and quotations.

The Definition of Usage

Usage refers to the conventions of both written and spoken communication, and it includes the order words are used in, the tense of verbs, and subject-verb agreements. Children enter school with a basic understanding of how to form sentences to convey meaning, and as a consequence, this aspect may be easier to teach than the mechanics. This is something children learn naturally as they use spoken language to interact and play.

The spoken language used at home is informal, and often has different rules than the formal language used in schools. Children who speak a second language at home may be exposed to different rules of grammar, word order and verb conjugations which may confuse their language production. The children’s language is easier to correct the closer the home language mirrors the language used in the school, although research from bilingual studies suggests exposing a child to a broad range of spoken environments is more beneficial.

The definition of Sentence Formation

Sentence formation relates to how a sentence is structured, and how phrases and clauses are used to create simple and complex sentences. In spoken language word, order or sentence structure cannot be changed after they have been vocalized. While the physical nature of writing allows their creator to sculpture their words. They can combine and rearrange notions into a more compact sentence. The more competent an individual gets with the written language, the longer and more complex sentences get.

Why Conventions Should Be the Final Process

To learn, students need to apply their knowledge, which why is teaching conventions in isolation does not work. Students are required to have the procedural knowledge of how and when to use conventions in a text, and as such oral language activities are of little help. By integrating the instruction into the writing process, students will be applying their knowledge in the channel of communication.

Studies suggest that inserting information about conventions too early in a child’s development of the writing process can be detrimental to the development of the student’s automaticity. Text production has many physical and cognitive aspects that need to be juggled by the writer such as letter formation, spelling, word order, grammar, vocabulary and ideas – and many of these takes have to be done unconsciously to save working memory. Practicing is the best, and quite possibly, the only way a writer develops automaticity. The problem faced by most students is they lack work that will let them develop this automaticity. The most writing students tend to do day to day is fill in blank spaces on a worksheet.

To improve automaticity daily writing tasks should be introduced into student’s curriculum. At first, the assignment should be single-draft writing only; the student should be allowed to use phonetic spellings (eg. Wimin, enuf, nashion) and their work should remain unedited. When students have developed and strengthened their unconscious ability to produce language, the idea of grammar convention should be introduced by the teacher.

Focusing on conventions early is not only detrimental to automaticity but also to the student’s motivation. As teachers and parents are quick to point errors in text production, students lose confidence in their ability to write. If students were praised for their ideas first, they would be more motivated and confident. Cunningham et al. (2003) suggest the best way to develop this confidence is by having students share their first drafts in a positive way that focus only on their ideas and not on the correction of errors.

Conventions should be taught at the end of writing process during the revision phrase when students are getting their work ready to submit. As work will be targeted to a specific audience, the conventions used for the targeted reading group will change, and students will be more motivated to apply conventions of specialist language to the piece.

How to Teach Conventions in Primary (K2)

Primary students should focus on developing their fluency in producing written language. Due to this, they should be given extended writing exercises where their first draft is not corrected for usage, spelling, or punctuation. Primary students should also read their work aloud to develop an ear for their writing. One method through which this can be done is by having a five minute ‘share time’ time were a small number of students read their work to the class.

By the middle of second grade, most students will have learned to produce fluent first draft writing. At this stage, they can be introduced to simple editing rules. Cunningham et al. (2003) suggest that you should start with very basic corrections and build up to the more complex ones slowly. The two cited examples are ‘Does each sentence begin with a capital letter?’ and ‘Does each sentence make sense?’. It is also advised that primary students learn techniques to help them proofread their draft. One of the easiest techniques they can be taught at this stage is read their work out loud, and slowly spot mistakes out. Ideas for developing a lesson plan around this method and its benefits can be found in the ‘mumbling together’ task.

How to Teach the Mechanics

Spelling, punctuation, and capitalization are simpler for young children to spot in their writing. Primary students should focus on these conventions first as they learn to edit their work.

Spelling

When teaching children of this age, the priority should be placed on them having the opportunity to apply their developing knowledge of the alphabet system and not on having the correct spelling. Have students spell out words through sounds patterns as they write. This will allow them to break down words into syllables and map them to the alphabetic system. This process is known as phonetic spelling. Although this helps with most words, as English is not entirely an alphabetic system not all written word forms correlate to their phonetic counterpart. These words are known as sight words and must be remembered rather than sound out through its constituent syllables. Children learning to write will need to be exposed to strategies that enable them to learn these words. Word Walls are a great way to provide students with a tool for children to learn the common sight words and apply them to their writing.

Punctuation and Capitalization

It is best to teach primary students these basic functions during shared reading and writing periods. When reading a book aloud to the class, the teacher can stop to point out the punctuation marks in the text and discuss what they signify and why they were used for. The first editing rule students should be introduced to is that sentences should end with a full stop.

Usage And Sentence Formation

Learning the definitions of grammar function and their conventions in isolation is ineffective. As such the teacher should discuss why an author uses certain adjectives or verbs in their writing. By talking about these words, students will soon learn how to discuss the words they encounter. The ‘Be the Sentence’ task can help you develop a lesson plan that teaches children how speech and punctuation merge to form sentences.

How to teach conventions to elementary grades (3-5)

Upper elementary students are able to cope with the multiple processes that occur during language production. These students can begin to focus more on conventions. Upper elementary students will also start to write on different subjects were the conventions will differ. The will need to learn how and why these conventions change across subject matter.

Many students will only edit at the surface-level and will never move beyond this to revise or develop the content. By emphasizing editing as the last process that should be completed after the other four features have been revised, we can encourage children to practice more substantive edits.

You can also develop peer learning lesson plans by encouraging students to proofread each other’s work. Encourage students to leave spaces between lines, so the proofreader has space for revision remarks and comments. Students are socially motivated and will become more diligent in their editing if peer marking activities are introduced.

How to Teach the Mechanics

Spelling

Students will come across more challenging words in the second grade, and will no longer be able to rely on phonetics to ‘sound out’ a word they are unfamiliar with. It is during this period reading or writing impairments become noticeable, and children are diagnosed. By building a robust understanding of the nature of English and developing a repertoire of spelling techniques a student can learn to manage their condition.

English is a language that is derived from many language influences such as Germanic, French, and Latin. As a consequence, it is not a phonetically regular language as it is influenced by many phonetic realizations. Spellings are largely influenced by the etymology of a word and as such can be determined through morphological similarity. This means words are comprised of similar patterns. By teaching a student of the morphological similarity between words, they can develop a technique to use familiar words and spelling patterns to determine the orthographical representation of unknown words.

An example is the word ‘medicine.’ If a student is struggling to determine whether it is spelled with a ‘c’ or ‘s’ they can think of derivations of the word they know such as ‘medic’ or ‘medical’ to inform their decisions. A student could also use morphological derivations to identify silent letters such as using the word ‘bombardment’ to remember the silent ‘b’ in ‘bomb.’

Students should also use ‘making word’ activities and word sorting tasks to discover English spelling patterns. By learning the regular pre-fixes and suffixes from words, they can learn how to decompose words to morphological roots, which will also aid in spelling unknown words (Cunningham, 2000).

Word walls are also a great tool for helping elementary students to learn words that are used in high frequency. The older student’s walls should include homophones, ‘spelling demons’ and other words that are commonly misspelled. To help them build different conventions for subject areas you can build specific walls that are posted on different bulletin boards or topic sheets. This will help children learn and reproduce the core vocabulary or terminology of a specific area. Cunningham and Hall (2002) suggest that you provide students with a folder for their word wall sheets so they can access them wherever they’re studying and so they can develop their own custom spelling sheet.

Elementary students should be encouraged to use phonetic spelling as a placeholder if they are unsure of a spelling during their first draft. They can then check and find the correct spelling of the word during the editing process.

How to Teach Usage

Basic editing rules, such as subject-verb agreement, verb tense consistency, and pronoun usage, should be taught to upper elementary students. As students are exposed to a larger range of genres they can learn that different genres use different verb tense. Past tense is for narratives and recounts of science experiments. Present tense is used for reports, instructions, recipes, and explanations. Future tense is used for plans and proposals.

How to Teach Sentence Formation

Sentence fragmentation usually occurs when a student has problems with combining simple sentences into a complex one that uses subordinate clauses. A teacher can aid a student comprehension in these issue by giving them sentence combining tasks that show students different methods of conjoining sentences into one by using the correct punctuation.

Another problem older students experience while trying to form more complex sentences is a run-on sentence. These provide a teacher with the ideal opportunity to teach their students how to identify the components of speech, such as nouns, verbs and coordinating conjunctions. By learning these speech parts, students can divide run-on sentences into independent clauses. Run-on sentences sometimes occur as students want to highlight how the two sentences are interlinked. Teaching students how to use a semi-colon correctly can help solve this problem. The student can also be encouraged to use other punctuation marks to show the relationship between clauses in a complex sentence.

How to Teach Conventions in Middle and High School

Students that have entered middle school have learned the basic conventions of written language and should have a developed a vocabulary that allows them to discuss how they use these conventions within their writing.

The first thing that middle and high school students need to learn is how to edit their own work so it contains the correct conventions. The best way to get them to edit their work in this way is by having them explore how different conventions are used in different genres, and getting them to discuss the effect that this particular convention has on the reader. By discussing and analyzing rhetorical devices, they’ll learn how to use the devices themselves. Not only will this help them understand the convention at a word and sentence level but it will also let them discover how grammar conventions can aid the reader’s interpretation of a text as a whole. They should also be exposed to writers who purposefully defy these conventions for literary effect through poetry and literature. This will also aid them in understanding how convention informs the reader.

How to Teach the Mechanics

Students who are in middle school should have a good grasp on conventions such as spelling, punctuation, and paragraphing. They should focus on developing their specialized vocabularies that will aid them in producing field related texts rather than developing techniques to aid spelling. Spelling strategies by this stage should be robust and well developed. Middle schoolers should know how to correct their misspellings during the editing phrase by cross-referencing words with dictionaries.

An emphasis should be placed on teaching students how to use conventions that are specific to genres. For example, how informal letters to friends differ from formal business letters, capitalization in poetry, the use of headings and sub-heading to co-ordinate text, and convention for citations.

How to Teach Sentence Usage

Students should understand basic knowledge of sentence usage, such as word order, subject-verb agreement, verb tense, and correct use of modifiers by sixth grade. They should start to use nominative, objective and possessive pronouns correctly when they are in middle school. Extension of this knowledge is encouraged through the use of appropriate dialect and comparing usage in different settings – formal, ethnic, and regional versus standard English.

How to Teach Sentence Formation

Middle school students should be experimenting with sentence length to see the effects they have on the reader and reading comprehension. They should be able to produce complex sentence by using the correct punctuation to combine dependent and independent clauses.

High school students start to develop their writing further by knowing how to form their sentences and paragraphs to achieve specific effects. They should know how to structure their sentences in parallel to aid reading comprehension. Sentences and paragraphs should be organized to emphasize the information that they provide about their topic and be laid out in a way that develops their argument logically.

High school students should practice embedding information in a sentence by using a subordinate clause. A great way to practice this is by using sentence combining activities. They should understand techniques like nominalization that converts verbs into nouns in order to create dense informative sentences that have a scientific slant.

Convention Checklist for Elementary Students

  • Are your sentences complete?
  • Do you have any sentence fragments?
  • Are there any run-on sentences?
  • Does your work show standard usage?
  • Are there subject-verb agreements?
  • Is the verb tense consistent?
  • Are pronouns used correctly?
  • Are the words used correctly?
  • Are punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and paragraphs in the right place?
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Argumentative Essay Topics

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An argumentative essay is a particular type of academic writing. It requires students to develop and articulate a clear position on their respective research topic. This argumentative position is advanced and supported through the engaged use of research to support the writer’s perspective in the attempt to convince his or her audience to share the author’s view. To write a strong argumentative essay, students should begin by familiarizing themselves with some of the common, and often conflicting, positions on the research topic so that they can write an informed paper. Students then need to begin compiling relevant evidence, including statistics, expert opinions, and verifiable facts to support their position.

Generally speaking, the primary purpose of an argumentative essay is to persuade an audience to see things from another perspective, particularly one that may go against their entrenched presuppositions.

What Constitutes a Strong Argumentative Essay Topic?

Argumentative Essay Topics

In choosing your topic, it is often a good idea to begin with a subject that you already have some familiarity with. Even if you chose to hire professional help for the paper, writing on a topic you have knowledge of and interest in will make a much better platform for your ideas, and you will have a better command of the relevant issues pertaining to your topic. It is often a good idea to choose a topic that tends to elicit an emotional response. Getting your audience invested emotionally can go a long way in persuading them to see your perspective, and getting engaged with your paper.

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If you decide to compose the paper on your own, below is the list of strong argumentative paper topics. Some of the more frequently discussed ones include sample essays.

Middle and High School Level Topics

  • Should obtaining contraceptives require teenagers to have parental approval?
  • Should restrictions be imposed on the number of passengers a minor is allowed to transport in his or her vehicle?
  • Should it be mandatory to obtain a high school education?

College Level Topics

  • When is it justifiable to employ military force?
  • If a minor commits a crime, should the parents be held accountable?
  • Should academic success be the main determining factor in college admissions?

Topics You Would be Wise to Avoid

  • Is our current governmental process just?
  • Are athletes unfairly compensated for their skills?
  • Should a moral limit be imposed on how far science can go?

Humorous Topics

  • Should we take at face value all of the claims made by infomercials?
  • Should it be permissible to post videos of funny cats on social media sites?
  • What song is the absolute worst one ever written?

Classic Topics

  • Video and computer games can negatively impact those who play them.
  • Sexual education is the best way to prevent teenage pregnancy and a variety of other issues.
  • Is it legal to terminate a pregnancy?

Topics in Bioethics

  • Is it moral or justifiable to employ animals in research?
  • Cloning should be a forbidden practice.

Topics Pertaining to the IT Sphere

  • Some internet browsers and search engines can prompt privacy and security concerns among users.
  • Sites, where you can download protected content, violate copyright laws.
  • Should there be regulations imposed on YouTube commenters?
  • Do you agree or disagree that the Internet has become too commercialized?

Topics Relevant to Legal Issues

  • Do gun control regulations help to reduce crime?
  • Is capital punishment a justifiable action?
  • Is the practice of euthanasia a defensible one?
  • The book “Twelve Angry Men” is a literary representation of democracy, including its potential flaws.
  • Should same-sex marriage be legalized?
  • It is never justifiable to submit someone to torture.
  • Smoking in commonly held places should not be permitted.
  • Regulations in society are becoming too controlling.
  • It is wrong to make the use of marijuana legal in some states.
  • It should be illegal to produce and sell cigarettes.

Topics of Social Concern

  • Racial tolerance is enhanced by cross-cultural marriages.
  • The behavior of children from one-parent homes is different from those who come from a two-parent household.
  • Criminal activity is more frequently engaged in by men rather than women.
  • Youthfulness makes people more rebellious by nature, and consequently, young adults are more receptive to negative influence.
  • Children who saw violence on TV are more likely to be violent themselves
  • Sexual content on TV influences teenagers in a negative way.
  • The best way to improve education is to homeschool children.

Environmental Topics

  • Because trees recycle air, the destruction of rainforests should be prohibited.
  • To reduce gas prices, should countries drill for oil in environmentally protected places?
  • Global warming does not actually exist.
  • Do electric cars potentially offer a remedy to worldwide pollution?

Topic Pertaining to Society and the Media

  • Is it true or false that women’ body images are influenced by the media?
  • Is it true or false that there is causality between playing violent video games and perpetuating violence in schools?

Miscellaneous Topics

  • Do cities have an obligation to preserve old or historic buildings?
  • Losing weight can not be achieved by dieting.
  • Acquiring the loyalty of employees can only be done through monetary rewards.
  • Career success is no longer dependent on life-long learning skills.
  • The veracity of Correspondence Theory of Truth is a legitimate position to hold.
  • Japan should not be allowed to claim the Dokdo islands as they are the property of Korea.
  • Ghost hunting involves the deception of people.

Once you have selected your topic, try to commit some thoughts to your computer. Here is some guidance on how you might proceed.

Advice on How to Write an Excellent Argumentative Essay

Argumentative Essay Topics

Here is how the essay should be structured:

  1. introduction
  2. body paragraphs
  3. conclusion

Utilizing the above structure for an argumentative essay will help keep you focused, and ensure that your audience can follow your argument.

  1. The opening paragraph states the paper’s thesis topic clearly and concisely and elaborates very briefly on the background as well as the importance of the subject.
  2. The body paragraphs come after the introduction paragraph. This is where the writer advances his or her arguments and provides accurate and trustworthy evidence to support them.
  3. The type of supporting evidence should be based on the topic of the essay: factual, anecdotal, logical or statistical.
  4. After conveying his or her own position, the author addresses alternative perspectives.
  5. The essay is finished with a concluding paragraph. This is a highly important component of the essay, as this makes a final impression on the reader. Here the author should briefly summarize the key points he or she has made in the body paragraphs, as well as state why his or her perspective is to be preferred. A few comments on the significance of the topic for a contemporary audience should also be included here. The conclusion should not include any new information that was not previously addressed in the paper.

Another helpful resource to make your writing seem more polished is to employ connection words.

How are Connection Words Supposed to be Used in Writing an Argumentative Essay?

Connection words act like bridges between the ideas articulated in your paper. They assist in the flow of the paper as you transition from one idea to another.

Addition: also, in addition, together, likewise;

Contrast: however, in reality, still, despite, nevertheless, otherwise;

Cause or Purpose: for the purpose of, as/so long as, given that, with this in mind;

Result: therefore, for this reason, consequently, accordingly, as a result;

Conclusion: all things considered, as shown above, in conclusion, for the most part, to summarize.

How Will this Knowledge Help Me in the Future?

Knowing how to write a strong argumentative paper helps you advance your own argumentative thinking. Thinking critically and being able to persuasively advocate your own position are fundamentally important skills to have in contemporary society. In many professional contexts, respectful argumentation is what leads to the development of new ideas and perspectives. Being able to compose a strong argument will help you succeed in society.

Part of what constitutes success is the ability to maintain focus, and in particular to direct your focus to what you really think and how you want to devote your future time, life, and resources. The more time you can invest in this, the further ahead you will be in pursuing your career goals.

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Good Topics For Presentations

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There are many instances when you may be required to make a presentation. In school, it is usually used to help you learn how to properly select a topic that you can develop into a full presentation, which is an important skill to have in the future. Choosing the correct topic is the most difficult task about making a presentation. It will guide the direction you take in your discussion so you need to put a lot of thought into selecting the best one.

Rules For Choosing The Best Topic For Presentation

  • Pick a topic from your areas of interest. It is easy to write about something you have some knowledge about and you understand with little to no effort at all. It will give you the morale you need to research while allowing you to compile a great presentation comfortably.
  • The topic should be easy to illustrate. Photographs and other graphics make a presentation easy to understand, not forgetting interesting. This is why your topic needs to be illustratable.

Secrets To Use When Choosing A Presentation Topic

  • Let what you love doing or even reading guide you. It will simplify everything for you.
  • Hobbies, holidays and trips make interesting topics to write about. They are easy to illustrate using photos and other images, which makes your presentation more interesting and easy to follow. Always use simple and easy to understand words so as not to confuse your audience.
  • Do a simple research on the topic to see how much information is available. This helps in keeping your presentation objective and knowledge-filled for your listeners or readers.
  • The presentation should grab the attention of the reader. This should be at the back of your mind as you are choosing the most suitable topics.

Examples Of Great Topics

  1. Teenage drug abuse.
  2. Effects of the internet on students’ ability to study.
  3. The origin of the universe.
  4. Should teenage marriages be encouraged or discouraged?
  5. Most marketable careers in today’s economy.
  6. Is Pluto a planet?
  7. Is there life on other planets?
  8. Formal vs informal jobs. Which are better?
  9. Are ghosts real?
  10. Is it right to censor what people post on social media?

Presentations help in boosting one’s confidence and help you get rid of stage fear. You should be able to engage the audience and have their attention from the beginning to the end. This can only be made possible by finding the best topic that they can relate with and one that you can present with ease.

Interesting Presentation Topics

  1. Should marijuana be legalized all over the world?
  2. Is reincarnation real?
  3. Death penalty: implement it or not?
  4. What type of marketing has the best results?
  5. Global warming is here: what can be done to reduce its effects?
  6. Should immigration laws be banned to allow in immigrants who really need help?
  7. Effects of globalization in the world. Are they good or bad?
  8. Is fast food the main cause of obesity?
  9. Juvenile prisons: should they be done away with?
  10. Should paddling be reintroduced to curb indiscipline and improve performance in school?
  11. Too much freedom of the press? At which point does it go overboard?
  12. The sentence for animal cruelty should be life imprisonment.
  13. Are there different love “languages” for different genders?
  14. Extensions vs natural hair. Which is better and why?
  15. Is there anything like too much plastic surgery?
  16. Should men help around with the chores in the home?
  17. Is the government directly involved with high inflation rates?
  18. Hybrid vs manual cars- which are better?
  19. Should sports be made optional in schools?
  20. Importance of organ donation after death. Should it be encouraged?
  21. Are support groups effective in helping the patients handle their problems?
  22. Should surrogate mothers be allowed contact with the children they gave birth to?
  23. Is a robot revolution possible in the coming years?
  24. 5 technologies that will be obsolete in 20 years
  25. How do clocks work?
  26. Should gay marriages be abolished worldwide?
  27. How best to dispose old and non-functional electronics without affecting the environment.
  28. Is technology a blessing or a curse in disguise?
  29. Smoking in public places: good or bad?
  30. Is herbal medicine more effective in treating diseases?
  31. Best water conservation practices
  32. Why the world needs to change its view on body standards and goals.
  33. How best to eradicate corruption from the world
  34. Should prostitutes pay taxes?
  35. Best punishment for sexual offenders
  36. Are werewolves real?
  37. Leaders are born not made
  38. Should ObamaCare remain operational?
  39. Should GMO be used in an aim to combat food insecurity especially in third world countries?
  40. Growth in population: is it a good or bad thing for the world.
  41. Should all states recognize common law?
  42. Are the paparazzi an essential part of the world or simply privacy invaders.
  43. IQ examinations are not a perfect measure of human intelligence.
  44. Should education be made completely free in all public institutions?
  45. Should polygamy and polyandry be legalized all over the world?
  46. Are athletes paid too much money?
  47. Are anti-doping laws too strict?
  48. All school cafeteria menus should be revised to contain only healthy meals.
  49. Are ulcers really caused by stress?
  50. Make recycling a must to save the environment.
  51. Does home schooling your children make them less socially capable?
  52. Should elders above the age of 70 be allowed to drive alone?
  53. Shivery is really dead.
  54. Rules of dating within the office place.
  55. Does meat expose one to diseases?
  56. Should a patient be treated without health insurance?
  57. Should plastic bags be completely abolished to save the environment?
  58. Is makeup a good thing or an evil one?
  59. Should education be standardized all over the world?
  60. Best practices in food preservation.

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Final Thoughts

Investing in your presentation is probably the best thing you can do, since your professional image is at stake – no matter if you are a student, an employee or an employer. Make sure you dedicate your attention to improving it as much as possible and we do hope our tips in this article will help you deliver an impactful presentation.

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15 Process Essay Topics That Everyone Can Relate To

April 29, 2021
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You may ask yourself: what topics can put up a good fight? If you are just like me and you’ve spent a while in your English classes, writing essays, then I am sure you have asked this question many times. How do I choose a topic for my argumentative essay? What are the basics of this process?

How to Write Process Essays

A process essay is more like a step-by-step guide, showing readers how to do something. It’s not always a set of instructions, but more like an informative article with key points and basic info.

Essay writers should use simple processes and write in essay formats. Steps should not be numbered, but instead, you could use transitions to link steps.

We all know it’s easier to link each step using ” and after you do this (…) do that”. Don’t do it, it might bore your audience. The process essays are commonly written for companies or people that need tutorials. Whether you’re planning to train your dog to sit or use Etsy to start a small business, process essays use a similar format for any variation. It’s important to keep it short, straight to the point, stay concise, and efficient.

Basics

Prepare the Small Stuff

Time is an important element. Your readers won’t have so much time to complete the process you’re explaining. Be specific. Each step carries its own importance, and a deficient explanation can ruin the entire process.

Know your readers and your audience skill level, center the complexity of your content based on your niche. For example, if you need to teach someone how to do a simple fix or make a good first impression, then it would be wise to stick towards more basic terminology.

Make a list of materials with prerequisites and place each item in accordance with its importance. The more impactful a small part is, the higher up on the essay it should be.

You might try a few transitions, just in case you are not sure how to link ideas:

  • Lastly, last, finally
  • After a few hours, after few minutes, after 24 hours
  • Meanwhile
  • Before, before this.

15 Process Essay topics that everyone can relate to

Write a process essay that describes how to:

1. Change a Facebook setting

Everyone needs to find out how to modify a Facebook setting at some point in their lives. This kind of process essay can be easily split into a set of useful directions. You can even find a funny way to teach your readers how to change their settings.

2. Make a great first impression

You don’t have 10 minutes to make a first good impression. The first 7 seconds in which you meet somebody is when you’ll actually get a chance to make a proper first impression. Whether they’re interested in making a good first impression for a job interview or a first date, it’s important to teach them how to dress, act and speak. Choose an individual scenario and go with it.

3. How to travel inexpensively overseas

Traveling overseas is one of the most popular topics since everyone is interested in finding new ways to minimize money exchange costs and go far for less money. If you want to help others complete their missions, you might write about cheap ways to travel overseas.

4. Teach your readers how to text

Granted, most of us know how to write a text, but what about someone older? Maybe their grandmother or their 5 years old brother? Pick your words carefully and try to keep it as simple as possible. Sometimes, technology can be difficult to understand.

5. Train your dog to do tricks

Who says you cannot teach an old dog new tricks? One can find multiple useful ways to train his/her dog. You might as well include some examples of what not to do. This would stop them from making mistakes and help people who haven’t been able to teach their dogs new tricks.

6. Use Social Media to meet new people from the same area

Whether they moved to a new town, entered a new phase of life, started a hobby, or just want to make some new friends, the Internet makes it easy to connect with people who have similar interests.

The essay might give useful info on how to turn your Internet relationships into real word friendships with a meetup.

7. Teach people how to draw

Artistic interest and talent should never go out of trend, no matter how young or old a person may be. When explaining how to draw an image, it’s an excellent idea to provide some sketches to make the process more fun and engaging.

8. Complete a great online dating profile

The most daunting, but important part about online dating is putting together a profile. Your audience might wonder what makes an online profile good. Each user is searching for particular character traits in a partner, so your task in this process essay is to teach readers how to make the most of their online dating profile.

If you’re a sports person, for instance, and you want to find people that share the same passions, it’s probably a good idea to state that in your profile.

9. Shoot a flawless free throw

Knowing the level of your audience is mandatory. Is your audience a group of basketball players who are willing to enhance their technique? Or, is your audience made of people that never played basketball and don’t even know what a free throw is? Your audience will always determine the language you use.

10. Use Etsy to start an online business

With so much great advice around the online business, it’s a bit of a challenge to narrow it down. If you have already started your own Etsy business and you have been successful enough to guide others, then it’s probably a good idea to share your knowledge and experience.

11. How to change your car oil yourself

One of the most critical maintenance duties for cars is changing the oil regularly. You can provide a simple guide that teaches your readers to change their own oil fast and without getting too dirty.

12. How to avoid procrastination.

Even the most disciplined people can procrastinate once in a while. When discussing procrastination, you could teach readers how to prioritize tasks effectively, eliminate distractions, make a plan first thing in the morning, and leverage anxiety.

13. Become a fashionista

Even though it comes naturally to some people, other might need a few tips on how to look like a fashionista. You can come up with new ideas for young girls who aspire to become one if you have the gift of style.

14. How to pay for college

Financial aid can make up the difference since many students are looking for ways to pay for college without student loans. It’s no secret that college may be expensive. Give readers some useful advice if you have been struggling with it. This can include tips about scholarships, choosing the right school, or employer reimbursement programs.

15. How to set up a website.

An easy step-by-step website setup guide is a great way to share your knowledge and ideas with the world. Your readers might be searching for ways to have a professional website up and running as soon as possible.

You can include info on how to setup their hosting and domains, choose the right framework and build one from scratch.

Process Essay Writing Tips and Tricks

  • As you finish your topic choice, make sure you pick a process you’ve used many times before. Every process is different. Some can take a couple of hours, while others can take many days and even weeks. The length of the process essay is typically based on the number of steps it takes and difficulty levels.
  • If you don’t know a lot about a certain topic, you can see it as an opportunity to learn something new. If you haven’t already mastered the process, it might be a bit difficult to begin. Essays are useful pieces of work, try not to overwhelm your readers with directions. Avoid boring connectors, and make sure you can always relate to what you are writing.
  • A process essay either captivates the reader or makes him lose interest. You can use a friendly and funny tone, an engaging text, that will attract your audience.
  • Check and double check your process essay. Proofreading is an important part of any type of writing, and essays are no exception.
  • Sometimes people confuse process with a narrative. A narrative essay has info that is focused on personal reactions to conflictual situations. Those are expressive, emphasizing the feelings of the persons involved in the conflict. Process essays are expository, explaining how to finish or learn something. The scope of the process essay is that the reader understands the process and its significance.
  • Are there any details you have forgotten to mention? If you miss something, your reader will not understand the whole process.
  • Use your headline to narrow down your subject and your audience. Usually, you will aim for readers that know less than you do about that subject or someone who is at your same level but doesn’t know the exact information you can teach them.
  • Does your content has form and definition? A disconnected essay might confuse readers.
  • Make sure you include detailed information if you add more complex sections. For complicated subjects, it’s crucial to explain each part in the simplest forms possible.
  • And finally, ask yourself this question: would you like your process essay? If you do not like it, then you need to readjust it until you feel it is your very best work.
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120 Evaluation Essay Topics For College

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What Is the Purpose of an Evaluation Essay?

An evaluation essay reveals whether or not something is of good quality. An evaluation can cover various topics, like movies, restaurants, products or sporting events.

Here are the main types of subjects:

  • Sporting events
  • Films, theatrical performances and television shows
  • Restaurants
  • Technology
  • School

Sports Evaluations

  1. Analyse the performance of your best-loved sports team throughout the latest season. Did they manage to live up to the initial expectations?
  2. Analyse the dissimilarity between attending a live sporting event and watching it on the television screen.
  3. Come up with a comparative assessment of watching a sporting event in a pub vs. watching it at home.
  4. Evaluate the experience of watching a sporting event by yourself, as opposed to watching it with other people.
  5. Talk about the way in which tailgating before a soccer match augments the experience of attending that event. Assess the experience of tailgating at a soccer match for your favorite team.
  6. Think about the supporters at a sports game. What kind of supporters do you generally encounter? Talk about the way in which the supporters’ deeds augment or trivialize the experience of the sporting event.
  7. Evaluate the cuisine at a sports establishment. Describe the finest meal one can buy. Talk about the way in which the food influences the experience of attending the sporting event.
  8. Examine the accomplishments of a particular member of a sports team. Establish whether the player is overrated or underrated.
  9. Assess a present-day celebrity of soccer, baseball, basketball or a different type of sport. Talk about the way in which that celebrity influences the supporters, the accomplishments of the entire team or the profits they make.
  10. Assess the regulations and organization of the playoff frame for your favorite sport. Check if such regulations preserve the competitiveness of each team. Do they struggle to maintain the interest of their supporters? Do they tend to the concerns of the sport in its entirety?
  11. Assess a high school, college or professional soccer team from your hometown. Talk about the significance of soccer for the locals. Describe the manner in which soccer brings a sense of achievement to the community as a whole. Present the way in which the prestige of soccer influences the players’ daily life.
  12. Assess the manner in which the school soccer team in your hometown is managed. Establish whether the coaching is beneficial or detrimental to the players when it comes to different aspects of their lives. Are team members pressured to play when sustaining wounds? Is the methodology for selecting the players an adequate one?
  13. Analyse the coaching of your most-liked soccer or basketball team throughout the previous season. Alternatively, evaluate a team in which new coaching has been implemented.
  14. Evaluate the sports that elementary school pupils can sign up for in your hometown. Alternatively, opt for a single sport to evaluate. Which sport is the best suited for elementary-aged pupils?
  15. Present the finest club sports team one can sign up with in your community. Discuss the reasons why it can be regarded as the finest club team for members and families.
  16. Evaluate the football program for children in your community.
  17. Assess at least one dance studio from your hometown. Alternatively, make a comparison between 2 different programs. Discuss whether or not the program is managed adequately. Are the prices acceptable? Is the training suitable for the age of the participants? Do they offer options for performing or enrolling in contests?
  18. Evaluate a gymnastics program. Alternatively, make a comparison between 2 distinct programs. Determine the age groups or competence degrees that the program is suitable for. Talk about the abilities that can be acquired. Are the tools of quality? Is the coaching good? Can participants enlist in contests? Are the prices acceptable?
  19. Analyse swimming as a sport. Make comparisons between swimming and team sporting events. Discuss the benefits of swimming. How can it be compared in regards to engagement and training?
  20. Analyse the experience of engaging in the sport of lacrosse or rugby throughout your high school or university years.
  21. Make a comparison between the experience of engaging in a sporting event and that of being a spectator of the same type of event.
  22. Analyse female basketball and compare it to male basketball.
  23. Examine the experience of participating in or training for a long-distance running race. Discuss the reasons why marathons have gained so much popularity.
  24. Analyse a triathlon or Ironman racing competition from the perspective of a contestant or that of a spectator. Talk about the reasons why these competitions are so interesting. Why do people feel so engaged to take part in these races?
  25. Evaluate the experience of being a part of an unofficial team (for instance, an intermural team) as opposed to competitive playing. Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of a lower level of rivalry.
  26. Make a comparison between engaging in a pick-up game in an informal environment and playing the same game in a more official context.
  27. Assess tennis as a sport, a modern tennis championship or the best tennis players of today.
  28. Evaluate golf as a sport and talk about what makes it different from other sports. Why is golf so popular nowadays? Why are celebrities such as Tiger Woods so important to golf as a whole?
  29. Analyse competitive cheerleading: talk about the reasons for which it is different from sideline cheerleading.
  30. Assess the significance of academic grants in what regards university athletics programs.
  31. Analyse the manner in which Title 9 has evolved and keeps on impacting sports programs.
  32. Analyse the discrepancy between watching a team sporting event and watching a solo sporting event such as gymnastics, swimming or golf.
  33. Appraise the sport of skateboarding, surfing or snowboarding from the perspective of a contestant or that of a watcher. Analyse the way in which such sports have advanced.
  34. Discuss the impact of ESPN on sporting events.
  35. Evaluate the coverage of the latest Olympiad.

Films, Television, Music Performances, Theatrical Performances

Any Type of Show Can Constitute an Adequate Topic

Have you ever gone through the critical reviews for a film and realized that they were more enjoyable than the film itself? Evaluations of films, television series, live music performances or plays may be either serious or sarcastic. The critical review of a lousy film may be regarded as an awesome piece of writing. The subjects presented below deal with films for the most part. Nevertheless, you may also be able to use our ideas to review a different type of production. Keep in mind that, if you are involved in a show, you can always analyze that experience!

  1. Analyse the way in which a popular romantic film depicts contemporary romanticism.
  2. Assess a classic romantic film and talk about its ideas regarding the functions of men and women throughout that era.
  3. Make a comparison between a modern and a classic romantic film. Establish which of the two movies is the best one.
  4. Review an action adventure movie and talk about the reasons why it’s popular.
  5. Review a war film and establish whether or not it aids in responding to present-day military conflicts and/or peace.
  6. Review a historical movie and analyze the way in which it portrays history by making use of drama, background, and clothing.
  7. Analyse the way in which a movie inspired by true events resembles actual historical situations.
  8. Evaluate a classic musical. Talk about the reasons why it was well-liked or disliked.
  9. Review a drama movie and discuss whether or not that dramatic event is depicted efficiently.
  10. Analyse a film that is inspired by a certain book. Consider whether or not the film stays true to the original story. Is the film better than the book?
  11. Review a sequel. Does it bring something new and innovative to the story? Or does it simply replay the original movie?
  12. Review a foreign movie. Talk about the way in which the movie depicts the cultural heritage of its country.
  13. Evaluate the work of a film songwriter. Talk about the way in which your chosen songwriter adjusts to distinct movies.
  14. Make a comparison between an animation film and the actual events on which it is based. Determine which medium is more efficient for portraying that kind of narrative.
  15. Draft a review of a remake of a classic or foreign movie. Describe the way in which the original plot is adapted. Which movie is better? The original or the remake?
  16. Evaluate a film star’s performance in various movies. Discuss the manner in which they adjust to distinct roles. Talk about the type of character that is the most suitable for their personality.
  17. Analyse various movies directed by the same person. Discuss the insight brought by that person to each production. Talk about the message the director is trying to convey.
  18. Evaluate the special effects in various modern-day films. What renders them efficient or inefficient? Do you feel that certain movies use special effects for the sole purpose of showing off and fail to advance the story? Do you regard this as an issue?
  19. Review a movie for kids. Establish the message it attempts to transmit to children. Does the movie have a positive impact? Is that significant?
  20. Review a G or PG-rated movie. Discuss the manner in which it attempts to engage grown-ups and kids alike. Is the movie efficient in captivating people of all ages?
  21. Make a comparison between a live music performance that you’ve recently attended and other live gigs by the same band or their recorded albums.
  22. Make a comparison between attending a small private music performance and going to a large-scale music event. In this evaluation essay, you should focus on the experience of attending instead of analyzing the band’s songs.
  23. Make a comparison between two different versions of the same theatrical or music performance. One may frequently come across distinct versions of a theatrical performance, music gig, dance show or a different type of production on the internet.
  24. Attend a ballet show or an orchestra production. Discuss the quality of the performance. This may be a particularly fascinating evaluation essay topic if you have been involved in the performance.
  25. Are you part of the performance? Evaluate your own group’s execution or analyze the experience of being involved in a live music performance, a theatrical show, a band, a chorus or an orchestra.

Drafting a Film Review

When critiquing a film, television show or play, you must initially establish:

  • Its genre (documentary, action adventure, drama, comedy, romantic comedy, musical, historical, etc.)
  • The characteristics of this type of performance
  • The most illustrative example of this type of performance
  • How the production you wish to review compares to the most illustrative example

Determine evaluation criteria: Criteria represent the segments or features of the show that you are going to discuss in your paper. As a rule, you must determine at least three or four evaluation criteria, like:

  1. Characters, execution, selection of performers, as well as the chemistry between performers.
  2. The background, stage property, and animation.
  3. The plot, lines, and action.
  4. Special effects, sonority, lights, camerawork, and soundtrack.
  5. Is the movie you are reviewing a sequel? If so, does it correspond well to the previous films in the series?
  6. Has the director worked on any similar films so far? In which way can they be compared to the one you’re reviewing?
  7. Have the actors played any similar characters before starring in this movie?

Restaurant Evaluations

Dining is a great hobby for Americans. Restaurant evaluation essays adopt a direct approach. Drafting one is quite simple. As a rule, you should use the following criteria:

  1. The ambiance and the feeling instilled by the venue.
  2. The cuisine and its flavor.
  3. The service as a whole.
  4. The cost and worth.
  5. The overall experience or enjoyment.
  6. The decorations, nuances, and design.
  7. The waiting times.
  8. Evaluate your favorite fast food or make a comparison between two notorious hamburger venues.
  9. Evaluate a steakhouse based on the way how you’ve felt after being served a special meal.
  10. Make a comparison between the “homelike” cuisine at a dining saloon such as Denny’s and the culinary selection of a fast food joint.
  11. Visit a pizzeria for takeaway or use their delivery service and evaluate the taste, the quality of the service and whether or not the pizza is still warm when you get it.
  12. Nowadays a lot of supermarkets provide a vast array of pre-cooked meals. Visit such a supermarket, check the menu and order something. Is the food there better than the one they serve at a fast food joint? Check the list of ingredients. Are these pre-cooked items healthier? Do they cost less?
  13. Estimate the cost of an ordinary fast food meal at various venues in the proximity of the campus. Which establishment provides the best prices for a university student who’s low on money?
  14. Do you wish to take someone out on a date? Go to a fancy restaurant and order something from the menu. Did you enjoy the experience?
  15. Have you ever been part of the staff in a restaurant? Analyse the experience of being a restaurant employee compared to that of being a customer of the same establishment.
  16. Go to Starbucks or a different coffee house. Discuss the reasons why people love these establishments so much.
  17. What are the attributes of an awesome Mexican meal? Review your best-loved Mexican establishment. Talk about the reasons why eating a Mexican meal is an unmatched experience.
  18. Certain restaurants attempt to offer their customers an original experience in addition to the usual menu. Review one such “experience” restaurant and discuss the reasons why it is or isn’t a good idea.
  19. Do you know of any original, local establishment that offers low-priced, tasty cuisine? Go to that place and talk about the features that make it so popular. In case there is more than one such venue in your area, you can make comparisons and establish which one is the best.
  20. The majority of restaurant evaluations are published when a new business is launched. Do you know of any new restaurant in your area? Go there, order something, and ponder on the experience. Does the restaurant provide a unique experience?
  21. Do you love any specific food more than anything else? Whether you love seafood, shawarma or fried chicken, visit more restaurants that offer your favorite food and decide which of them is the best.
  22. Do you love donuts? Talk about the best donut shop in your area. Explain the reasons that make it the best. Make a comparison between this donut shop and other places where you can get donuts.

Technology Evaluations

  1. Review the most recent edition of your favorite mobile phone. Explain its advantages compared to the previous versions.
  2. Evaluate various similar programs and establish which one offers the best features. Which app is the simplest one?
  3. Evaluate the most recent laptop, PC or tablet. Describe the characteristics that would render it a great acquisition for students.
  4. Assess the distinct methods that can be used to transfer information from a smartphone to a PC and establish which one works best.
  5. Make comparisons between different phone plans and determine which company provides the best deals for students.
  6. Review a popular social media platform. Talk about its users, its most attractive features, and its benefits compared to other platforms.
  7. Analyse the manner in which social media platforms have influenced social interactions in your circle.
  8. Analyze the influence social media has exerted on family life. Has it rendered families more powerful?
  9. Analyze the current tendency in 3D films. Has this moviemaking method augmented your cinema experience?
  10. Analyze the dissimilarity between watching a film at the cinema and watching it at home.
  11. Evaluate the experience of playing video games on distinct platforms. Determine which gaming experience is the most enjoyable.
  12. Evaluate the significance of playing video games in high school or university. Is this activity beneficial or detrimental to students?
  13. Analyze the manner in which people from distinct age groups use technology.
  14. Analyze the use of technology in your high school or university. Alternatively, assess the manner in which technology is used in a primary school in your area.
  15. Assess digital textbooks. Make a comparison between digital and traditional textbooks.
  16. Evaluate the efficiency of using media and technology in schools. Do videos, websites, PowerPoint shows, and other media tools make for a way of enhancing teaching?
  17. Analyze the existing regulations regarding the use of mobile phones by drivers. Determine the regulations that work best for preventing accidents.
  18. Evaluate the way in which you use technology throughout your daily life. Does technology improve your existence?
  19. Analyze the influence smartphones and other technological innovations have exerted on social behavior. Discuss the elements that have been modified. Is this beneficial or detrimental?
  20. Assess the influence technological innovations have exerted on the music industry.

Education Evaluations

  1. Evaluate a charter, army, boarding, private, Catholic or Classical educational institution and compare it to a public institution.
  2. Make a comparison between the SAT and the ACT exams.
  3. Think about the efficiency of year-round educational institutions.
  4. Assess the manner in which your school deals with bullies.
  5. Evaluate the fine arts classes organized by a high school (or a particular feature of these classes).
  6. Analyze the efficiency of nationwide examination programs.
  7. Appraise learning software for kids. Compare the efficiency of software to that of traditional textbooks.
  8. Think of the efficiency of programs that attempt to persuade students to use condoms, steer clear of drunk driving and say no to drugs. Which of these programs is the most efficient?
  9. Evaluate the student leadership of an organization you belonged to. Discuss the most efficient way in which students can be trained in leadership skills.
  10. Evaluate a coaching program. Is it beneficial to students? Alternatively, evaluate a peer training program and discuss whether or not it is useful.

Finally, remember that an evaluation is not always a critique. You are not supposed to turn a blind eye to the disadvantages of the thing/event you are reviewing; but at the same time, you cannot be overly critical. Try to keep an open mind, be objective and make sure to justify all of your statements.

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Splendid Ideas for Extended Essay Topics

April 29, 2021
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As opposed to ordinary essays, extended essays require more factual backup. Therefore, writing a solid extended essay requires considerably more dedication and research, as well as more critical thinking and experimentation. When writing an extended essay, it is crucial to keep in mind all the existing relevant theories and keep all the facts you refer to substantiated.

Here are some examples of possible topics in various fields of study for a splendid extended essay for you to choose from:

Biology

  1. How photosynthesis can take place without sunlight
  2. How does a plant grow differently when it has to share its habitat with others
  3. How to store cow milk safely
  4. How does change of habitat affect an organism
  5. How are land plants different from aquatic ones
  6. Is remote pollination possible
  7. How various drugs affect human brain
  8. How plants can heal disease
  9. Can flowers be manufactured
  10. How climate affects the reproduction process of plants

Economics

  1. Trade policies in different countries
  2. What does the industrial policy mean
  3. The overall influence of fiscal policy on the economy
  4. Expansionary fiscal policy and when it can be used
  5. Taxes and Spending: The tools to make it more effective
  6. How big is the government sector in economy and is it justified
  7. Why does personal income tax go to the federal budget
  8. How do transfer payments work
  9. How does the business cycle cause instability in the labor market
  10. Why does recessionary gap occur

English

  1. Racial Conflict and racism throughout the 20th century
  2. Spirituality Attitudes of People
  3. Ethnic and sexual identity in the 1990s
  4. How ideas of social Darwinism got translated into politics
  5. The significance of the literary function of a language
  6. How does media portrayal influence everyday life
  7. Female empowerment in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings
  8. Why is it important to learn English literature

English Literature

  1. John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars
  2. Sarah Dessen’s Just Listen
  3. Lisa Kleypas’s Devil In Winter
  4. The Importance of Dance in Emma by Jane Austen
  5. Possible parallels between Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein monster and Gregor Samsa from Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis
  6. Noblemen and noble traits. Illustrated by three exemplary characters
  7. Religion and religious imagery in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights
  8. Racism as illustrated by James Baldwin
  9. Exploring Jane Austen
  10. Inanimate objects in Sylvia Plath’s Bell Jar

Geography

  1. How did the continents come to their present-day location
  2. What factors influence the location of industries
  3. The impact of economic development on the environment
  4. Levels of cultural interaction between the neighboring nations
  5. How geography affects the relationships between people
  6. Does gendered economy have any connection to geography
  7. How are nations with access to the sea different from the ones without
  8. Oceanography and its significance for preserving the quality of water
  9. How the knowledge of the terrestrial crust has evolved in the past 100 years
  10. Why is it important to explore the seabed

History

  1. Why did the USSR fall apart
  2. The bias in the Salem witch trials
  3. The Treaty of Versailles and its significance
  4. Cuban missile crisis and its consequences
  5. The pact between Stalin and Hitler and its realization
  6. Why was Pearl Harbor a game-changing checkpoint in the 2nd World War
  7. The evolution of perception of opium as a rural culture
  8. Political motives in Shakespeare’s drama
  9. The reasons for the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
  10. How the Roman Empire conquered Britain

Maths

  1. Spirograph and curves
  2. Using color polynomials to distinguish knots
  3. Voting polynomials and fairness of constitution
  4. Methodology employed by statistics
  5. Why planets move the way they do
  6. Egyptian forces in arithmetic
  7. Symmetries of plane tessellations
  8. General relativity and cosmology
  9. Egyptian fractions and their significance for arithmetic
  10. General functions of the theory of partitions

Physics

  1. Understanding the terminology of physics
  2. The basics of dynamics: forces and motion
  3. How energy can be conserved
  4. The phenomenon of heat
  5. The nature of electricity and electrical energy
  6. The nature of magnetism and magnetic force
  7. Particles and their interactions
  8. The nature and behavior of light
  9. Main stages in the development of the physical thought
  10. The scientific methods employed by modern physics

Psychology

  1. How parental negligence leads to child obesity
  2. Why are we so obsessed with fast food
  3. How narcissist mother influences her child
  4. How is television connected to obesity
  5. Preterm delivery and adjacent stress
  6. Types of suicidal behaviors and how they develop
  7. How not to allow an abortion damage the mental health
  8. Violence and other abuse among teenage couples
  9. Difference between male and female schizophrenia
  10. Psychological reasons causing depression

World studies

  1. How global food crisis affects our everyday lives
  2. How to tell that an issue is of global significance
  3. How local factors influence the developing expressions
  4. How to make globally appreciated contributions
  5. How global climate changes affect our view of the world
  6. Global terrorism: Its causes and consequences
  7. Why energy security is necessary
  8. Health safety precautions every traveler should know
  9. The importance of ongoing cultural exchange
  10. Immigration and emigration: Causes and consequences

There are your ultimate topics for extended essays in English, History, Mathematics, and other subjects. The final word of advice while choosing an extended essay topic on any of those subjects would be to pick something that you feel passionate about. And, of course, you have to make sure that the scope of your topic meets the number of pages you have to write. Say, for example, you are a high school student, and you are supposed to write a 3-page essay. Obviously, you will not be able to dig into many details; so choose accordingly.

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The Major Paragraph Types

April 29, 2021
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Some students space paragraphs, trying to separate points when the process of writing is over. This is a major mistake. How much easier your writing would become if you looked at it from another angle! It is reasonable to use different types of paragraphs WHILE you are writing. In case you follow all the rules, you’ll have no difficulty in bringing your message across to your reader.

If you browse for ‘the types of paragraphs’ you’ll be surprised how many results you’ll get. Among others, the four following types should be distinguished: descriptive, expository, narrative, and persuasive paragraphs. Mastering these types will help you a lot in writing almost every type of texts.

Descriptive: These paragraphs have four main aims. First of all, they naturally describe something or somebody, that is conveying the information. Secondly, such paragraphs create powerful images in the reader’s mind. Thirdly, they appeal to the primary senses of vision, hearing, touch, taste, and smell, to get the maximum emotional response from the reader. And finally, they increase the dynamics of the text. Some grammar rules may be skipped in descriptive paragraphs, but only for the sake of imagery.

Expository: It is not an easy task to write an expository paragraph, especially if you are an amateur in the subject. These paragraphs explain how something works or what the reader is to do to make it work. Such paragraphs demand a certain knowledge. Nevertheless, writing them is a great exercise to understand the material, because you keep learning when you teach.

Narrative: These paragraphs remind a story within the story. The structure of a narrative paragraph, including the start, the middle, and the end, reminds that of any whole piece of writing, such as a short story or an essay.

Persuasive: It is the easiest paragraph to understand, but arguably the hardest one to write. Evidently, the essay writer is to persuade the readers to follow his or her ideas. Writing persuasive paragraphs is one of the most popular assignments since junior high school, as it helps students to argue their point and give reasons for proving it.

In reality, many paragraphs you find in books, for example, combine the features of descriptive, expository, narrative, and persuasive types. Here are the examples of more or less ‘typical’ paragraphs:

A descriptive paragraph example:

“The room in which I found myself was very large and lofty. The windows were long, narrow, and pointed, and at so vast a distance from the black oaken floor as to be altogether inaccessible from within. Feeble gleams of encrimsoned light made their way through the trellised panes, and served to render sufficiently distinct the more prominent objects around; the eye, however, struggled in vain to reach the remoter angles of the chamber, or the recesses of the vaulted and fretted ceiling. Dark draperies hung upon the walls. The general furniture was profuse, comfortless, antique, and tattered. Many books and musical instruments lay scattered about, but failed to give any vitality to the scene. I felt that I breathed an atmosphere of sorrow. An air of stern, deep, and irredeemable gloom hung over and pervaded all.”

This is an interior description created by Edgar Allan Poe in The Fall of the House of Usher. The author wanted to underline the atmosphere of decay, which is seen in each detail pictured in the paragraph.

An expository paragraph example:

“When students have completed the assignment, they simply click the Mark As Done button to let the teacher know they have finished. Note: The teacher does NOT receive an alert or email notification when work has been turned in, or marked as done. If a student is turning in late work, it is recommended that they leave a private comment to notify the teacher of late work or special circumstances.”

This paragraph is from Teacher’s Guide to Google Classroom written by Kasey Bell. It explains how turning in different types of assignments work. Besides, it gives some instructions to the teacher in compliance with some soft peculiarities.

A narrative paragraph example:

“During the next five years, I started a company named NeXT, another company named Pixar, and fell in love with an amazing woman who would become my wife. Pixar went on to create the world’s first computer-animated feature film, Toy Story, and is now the most successful animation studio in the world. In a remarkable turn of events, Apple bought NeXT, I returned to Apple, and the technology we developed at NeXT is at the heart of Apple’s current renaissance. And Laurene and I have a wonderful family together.”

This is an extract from Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Address (2005) revealing that the consequences of the greatest failure can turn into the greatest success. Many details of the story are left out, but there is a definite narrative thread making the audience emphasize.

A persuasive paragraph example:

“If you choose to use your status and influence to raise your voice on behalf of those who have no voice; if you choose to identify not only with the powerful, but with the powerless; if you retain the ability to imagine yourself into the lives of those who do not have your advantages, then it will not only be your proud families who celebrate your existence, but thousands and millions of people whose reality you have helped change. We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already: we have the power to imagine better.”

This is the paragraph from J.K. Rowling’s Harvard Commencement Speech given in 2008. It is evident that the author gave a lot of thought to the way of arranging such a powerfully motivating persuasive paragraph. There are many stylistic devices used to make the writing more convincing. This yields the conclusion that a persuasive paragraph takes one plenty of attention and hard work.

In the majority of cases when students try to structure their texts, paying SOME attention to an intro-body-conclusion format and instinctively spacing these elements in paragraphs is usually the extent of their struggles. But if you really want to write excellently, you have to practice the types of paragraphs described above. Aside from improving your writing skills, it will create a solid basis for learning other types of paragraphs.

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Sociology Essay Topics

April 29, 2021
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Do you wish to find some brilliant sociology essay topics that are bound to stir up your excitement? Are you tired of all the dull and tedious sociology topics that many students decide to approach in their essays? Look no further! We’ll help you stay fully awake while working on your paper! Take a look at our list of flawless sociology essay topics and opt for the one you find the most exciting.

Absorbing sociology essay topics

  1. South Park: A ridiculous comedy show or an expression of today’s American society?
  2. Discuss a historical event which has impacted your life.
  3. Discuss the socialization and assimilation processes that university freshers experience.
  4. Shopping at the supermarket: how consumerism influences our options.
  5. Clichés in romantic relationships: Is it alright if a man expresses his emotions?
  6. Is abortion a vicious crime or does it amount to a technique of birth control?
  7. Who is responsible for the preposterous beauty standards that apply nowadays?
  8. The three most misconceived ideas children get from television advertisements.
  9. The advantages and disadvantages of conventional educational institutions.
  10. The VR technology: Daydreaming is easier than ever before.
  11. Is affirmative action mostly beneficial or detrimental regarding its outcomes?

The most popular sociology study topics

  1. Do men have an advantage in our modern society compared to women?
  2. Could it ever become tolerable for men to commit acts of physical violence against women?
  3. Is a woman with a full-time job a better maternal figure?
  4. Do wealthier individuals always have lower moral values?
  5. Are men the only ones to be held responsible for the phenomenon of treating the female body as an object?
  6. Does the television program 16 and Pregnant encourage adolescent girls to get pregnant?
  7. Would it be a good idea for couples to delay marriage until the age of 21?
  8. Did the feminist movement play a part in the ethical decadence of the United States?
  9. Is it right to allow a child to legally change their name when they wish to?
  10. Are smart people more successful than those with good looks in our modern world?
  11. Picture the following scenario: your child/sibling/friend is in a same-sex relationship. Would you support them in the struggle for their rights?

Staggering sociology essay topics

  1. Are individuals who reside in states affected by the poverty accountable for their bad financial situation?
  2. Could the author August Comte be regarded as the founder of sociology?
  3. Does selflessness still constitute an admirable attribute in the American society of today?
  4. Can Spencer’s famous concept of endurance of the fittest be associated with the university admittance procedure?
  5. Are honest care and love for kids more significant than the kind of family they have (same-sex parents or single parent)?
  6. Does intersexuality require a higher level of exposure?
  7. Does counterrevolution always occur as an answer to a revolution?
  8. Do technological advancements always have a negative effect on human health?
  9. What sort of influence on ethics does social decay have?
  10. Do people require a global medical care strategy?
  11. What sort of function does the media have when it comes to influencing public opinion?

Stimulating sociology essay topics

In case you are in need of a splendid subject for your sociology essay, all you need to do is state your opinion regarding any of the citations listed below.

  1. “Americans may have no identity, but they do have wonderful teeth.” -Jean Baudrillard
  2. “Neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both.” -C. Wright Mills
  3. “Families are nothing more than idolatry of duty.” -Ann Oakley
  4. “If advertising is not an official or state art, it is nonetheless clearly art.” -Michael Schudson
  5. “Man’s nature, originally good and common to all, should develop unhampered.” -Georg Simmel
  6. “Our individual lives cannot, generally, be works of art unless the social order is also.” -Charles Horton Cooley
  7. “The cost of liberty is less than the price of repression.” -W.E.B. Du Bois
  8. Hobbes’ idea of “war of all against all,” which refers to public transport at the time when the traffic is at its heaviest.
  9. “There is no truth without responsibility following in its wake.” -Franklin Frazier
  10. “White prejudice and discrimination keep the Negro low in standards of living, health, education, manners, and morals. This, in its turn, gives support to white prejudice. White prejudice and Negro standards thus mutually ’cause’ each other.” -Gunnar Myrdal
  11. “It is not true that good can follow only from good and evil only from evil.” -Max Weber

All in all, no matter which of these fantastic sociology paper subjects you choose, you’re bound to come up with a fascinating piece of writing!

The steps to writing a sociology essay

Sociology constitutes a relatively new subject for a large number of students. As such, opting for a subject to approach in your paper and writing the sociology essay itself may prove to be a pretty difficult task. Don’t forget that sociology represents an evidence-based discipline, which is why the content of your essay ought to spring from an in-depth study and meticulous documentation. You will be required to make sense of the data you collect throughout the research process.

Sociology is different from the rest of the social disciplines because it is dependent on statistical data to a significant extent as well as on interpretative assessment and written materials. If you’re a student and sociology is one of your university subjects, you’ll most likely be required to hand in various sociology essays on distinct subjects throughout every semester.

In case you wish to understand the process of essay writing a great sociology paper, take a look at the steps explained below.

The preparation process

  1. Opt for a sociology paper subject. To find a good topic, it may be a good idea to browse through written materials or internet sources. The most important aspect that you need to take into consideration is the fact that any successful sociology paper must be commenced by asking a significant sociological question. Ponder attentively on the query you are going to respond to.
  2. Carry out a study regarding your sociology topic. You can either browse the internet or go to a real-life library. Gather pertinent data from recent researches. Keep in mind that any sociological point you make must be substantiated using certainties as well as documentation.
  3. Read a lot of materials.
  4. Write down detailed observations and add the most significant data regarding each source.
  5. Systematize your sources and make preparations regarding your field of work.

The writing process

  1. Devise a powerful thesis. In case you don’t succeed in formulating a strong thesis, the other sections of your paper will probably be ambiguous. The thesis of your sociology paper needs to be arguable and tightly concentrated. This way, you’ll be able to substantiate it with proof in a comprehensive manner.
  2. Devise a thorough scheme for the other sections of your essay. You need to ensure that all of the sections of your paper substantiate your thesis statement. Mention the subject of every paragraph or chapter. Add citations to your materials.
  3. Devise the introduction and the conclusion. The introduction paragraph ought to be succinct and condensed. A good idea would be to utilize a precise example. This way, your introduction will be more interesting.
  4. Draft the body paragraphs of your essay. Utilize pertinent information to substantiate the basic ideas in each of the paragraphs. Keep in mind that you need to add evident transitions between your paragraphs.
  5. Provide references by utilizing the American Sociological Association system.

The refinement process

  1. Verify your orthography and grammar. If you come across any errors, fix them.
  2. Edit your outline. Check if your paper is comprehensible and succinct. Ensure you have an adequate flow.
  3. Have your paper edited by a friend.
  4. Reexamine the instructions and check if your paper complies with the criteria provided by the professor.

Studying and drafting an outstanding paper on any subject constitutes a task that requires time. No matter how good your writing skills are, you cannot possibly devise a top-notch sociology essay in a single night. You may be required to allocate a couple of days to this academic paper. Generally speaking, a remarkable sociology essay is rewritten, partially or entirely, more than once. A first-draft academic paper getting an excellent grade is a rare occurrence.

You may either utilize our sociology topics as a source of inspiration or opt for one of them and use it as an actual topic for your paper. In case you find our ideas interesting, make sure to tell others about them!

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Causal Essay Topics

April 29, 2021
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Causal Analysis Essay Definition

A causal analysis essay is a paper that responds to the question “Why?”. In a lot of situations, the writer isn’t able to offer a definite response to this question. If that is the case, the essay is referred to as a “hypothesizing about causes” paper. When drafting this type of essay, the writer needs to describe the events, followed by an iteration of the response (also referred to as thesis) regarding the cause. Your response needs to be substantiated by justifications and proof.

Causal Analysis Responses

  • Why do individuals resort to a particular course of action?
  • Why does an event occur?
  • Why does this constitute a tendency?
  • For which reason does it happen?

Subjects Regarding Conduct

  1. Why do certain individuals experience irrational fears?
  2. Why do certain individuals become obsessed with betting while others place bets without getting hooked?
  3. What are the reasons for which some individuals succeed in overcoming their unfavorable social circumstances, like a financial shortage, the absence of a parent or violent parents?
  4. What are the scientific factors behind the phenomenon of falling in love?
  5. Why does the sentiment of love grow dim?
  6. Why is it possible for someone to fall in love “at first sight”?
  7. Why do elders tend to forget things?
  8. Why are we unable to function without sleep?
  9. Why do certain recurring movements get stored in our “muscular memory”?
  10. What are the reasons for which we have bad dreams?
  11. Why do some people stay married to the same persons throughout their entire lives?
  12. Why is our memory divided into short-term and long-term?
  13. What are the reasons for which people develop dyslexia?
  14. Why do people have physical reactions in situations of fright?
  15. Why does yawning occur? (the same question can be posed for hiccupping or stretching)
  16. Why are we able to feel items that are getting close to us even when our eyes are shut?
  17. What are the reasons for which some individuals are shy, while others are outgoing?
  18. What are the reasons for which methamphetamine causes dependency?
  19. Why do certain individuals experience a craving for sugar?
  20. Why do some individuals resemble their close relatives a lot in terms of physical appearance, while others don’t look like their relatives at all?
  21. Why do first-born kids share the general tendency of achieving success in life?
  22. What are the reasons for which the phenomenon of snoring occurs?
  23. Why do some individuals tell lies?
  24. Why do we blush in certain situations?
  25. Why do we feel hatred?

Youngsters

  1. What are the reasons for which adolescents refuse to obey their parents?
  2. Why do adolescents develop acme?
  3. Why do adolescents tend to sleep for many hours?
  4. Why do some teenagers commit self-harm?
  5. Why do certain individuals kill themselves?
  6. Why do adolescents become involved in the so-called “sexting”?
  7. Why do youngsters take up smoking in spite of being aware of the fact that this habit may lead to death?
  8. What are the reasons for which some youngsters develop incurable illnesses or suffer heart attacks?
  9. What are the reasons for which adolescents take up drugs?
  10. Why do university students become heavy drinkers?
  11. What are the reasons for which youngsters become homeless?
  12. Why do some youngsters get involved with gangs?
  13. What are the reasons for which youngsters make graffiti?
  14. Why are youngsters reluctant to exert their right to vote (in comparison to previous generations)?
  15. Why do youngsters avoid donating their blood or organs?
  16. Why does adolescent love end rapidly?
  17. Why are adolescents reluctant to read books?
  18. Why do adolescent marriages often end after a short while?
  19. Why do adolescents feel a higher degree of hopefulness in comparison to elders?
  20. Why do youngsters learn foreign languages faster and more efficiently than elders?
  21. Why do teenage females require larger quantities of iron in comparison to adults or teenage males?
  22. Why are some adolescent females obsessed with male stars?
  23. Who do teenagers require protein intake?
  24. Why do teenage females reach maturity more rapidly than males?
  25. Why do teenagers feel the necessity to demonstrate their own personality?

Topics Related to Nature

  1. Why do some critters possess tails?
  2. Why do certain pets enjoy being caressed?
  3. Why do old folks who own pets tend to have lengthier, healthier and more pleasant lives?
  4. Why is it recommended for children to own pets?
  5. What are the reasons for which dogs ingest weird objects such as herbs or poop?
  6. What are the reasons for which cats display their feelings of happiness by purring or kneading?
  7. What are the reasons for which cats enjoy sleeping inside crates and other weird objects?
  8. Why do felines never give up hunting, in spite of being well-fed?
  9. What are the reasons for which birds construct intricate nests?
  10. Why do the species referred to as monarch butterflies undertake vast migrations?
  11. What are the reasons for which ants and bees are organized in colonies?
  12. What are the reasons for which wolves howl?
  13. Why did we turn wolves into domestic animals?
  14. What are the reasons for which certain bugs and jellyfish sparkle?
  15. What are the factors that generate tidewater and air current?
  16. Why do certain insects, such as crickets or locusts, emit loud sounds?
  17. Why do humans carry out studies on animals?
  18. Why do critters experience fear when they see humans?
  19. Why do big critters fare better in inhospitable weather conditions?
  20. Why do large-sized dogs have shorter lives in comparison to small-sized dogs?
  21. Why are certain critters on the verge of extinction?
  22. Why does nature have curative effects?
  23. Why are bugs drawn to light sources?
  24. Why are insects regarded as the most prosperous critters on the planet?
  25. Why are microorganisms significant to the human race?

Political Topics

  1. Why do a lot of US citizens oppose Obamacare?
  2. Why do certain European states, such as Greece, experience a serious financial crisis?
  3. Why is AIDS so outspread in African countries?
  4. Why are Japanese citizens reluctant to get married? Why do so many Japanese people commit suicide?
  5. What are the reasons for which big typhoons and tornados occur more often nowadays?
  6. What are the factors that generated the turmoil in the Middle East, which led to the Arab Spring Movement and the Syrian dissensions?
  7. What are the factors that generated the 2008 economic crisis?
  8. What are the reasons for which random shootings occur more and more frequently in America?
  9. Why do extremist factions attack specific states? (You may opt for a certain state.)
  10. What are the factors that generated the 2013 American government shut down?
  11. Why is North Korea so isolated from virtually any other country? Why is this country exhibiting more aggression towards other states?
  12. Why do so many people choose to migrate from villages and small towns to large urban areas? (You may either approach this from a global perspective or talk about a specific state or region.)
  13. What are the reasons for which the neo-conservative movement has gained popularity in the US?
  14. What are the reasons for which German neo-Nazi groups have gained popularity?
  15. Why has the Chinese government decided to ease up on the law that states that each family is allowed to have a single child?
  16. What are the reasons for which Donald Trump won the last presidential elections?
  17. Why has the American police suffered many attacks lately?
  18. Why are terrorist organizations deciding to utilize cars in their attacks?
  19. Why did the Arab Spring Movement fail to establish democratic regimes?
  20. Why does Donald Trump use Twitter?

Global Occurrences

  1. What are the factors that generated the French Revolution?
  2. Why did the US resort to human slavery?
  3. Why did Great Britain colonize Australia?
  4. Why was Africa colonized?
  5. Why do a lot of English terms come from the French language?
  6. What are the reasons for which English represents the most popular language on the globe in the fields of business and science?
  7. Why are the Indians organized in castes?
  8. Why have the Chinese remained religious in spite of being ruled by an atheist communist regime?
  9. What are the factors that generated the big food shortages in China?
  10. Why did the medieval black plague come to an end?
  11. Why did the British opt for a parliamentary regime?
  12. Why is the educational system in the US so distinct from the one utilized in Europe?
  13. Why, in conformity with the 2000 American Census data, did a larger number of US citizens declare a German origin (15%) in comparison to any other ancestry (like Irish or African American)?
  14. Why did the Japanese decide to strike the Americans at Pearl Harbour? Why did the US resort to using the atomic bomb in World War 2?
  15. Why should we study historical events? (In accordance with your response, this could constitute a causal paper subject.)

The Structure of a Causal Essay

Once you’ve decided on the subject question, it would be a good idea to browse through the internet to find some plausible responses.

  1. Title: Ideally, the causal question and the title of your paper should be the same. Nevertheless, if you want a good title, you probably ought to shorten your question. Your response to the query will constitute the thesis of the causal essay.
  2. Introduction: Commence your introductory statement by arousing your audience’s interest in regards to the subject and explaining the event or consequence. If you need some inspiration for your introduction and conclusion, take a look at the table. The cause query and thesis will amount to the last section of the introduction.
  3. Thesis: Commence the thesis by posing the query and responding to it. In order for the thesis to reflect the ideas discussed in your essay, introduce a “because” accompanied by the three motives you’ll provide in the body paragraphs.
  4. Body: Pay attention to presenting the motives in an analogous manner. Thesis Model: Why do certain individuals feel satisfied when a horror film manages to frighten them? People love horror films because they sense a powerful liberation when watching and discussing the movie with other individuals. Moreover, they feel an indirect excitement when witnessing taboo events in a film. (It goes without saying that you are allowed to discuss more than three motives. Moreover, the same motive can be approached in multiple paragraphs, in case it involves more than a single point.)
  5. Subject Phrases of Body: In the body paragraphs of your causal essay, your three motives need to be converted into complete phrases, which amount to the subject phrases of the body paragraphs. Collect proof from your individual remarks and research.
  6. Conclusion: Here you should either stimulate the audience to accept your motives or offer a conclusive point. Take a look at the following table for ideas.

Hopefully, this info is enough for you to draft a compelling essay. If however, you still doubt your writing skills or simply do not have enough to tackle the assignment, no need to worry! You can always order a custom casual essay with us – a team of professional essay writers, working on every new assignment from scratch.

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