To begin writing the argument essay try and think about what your position is in life. Try and jot down some of the things you think you have going for or against you. What are your strengths? What do you get naturally good grades in? What do you get naturally bad grades in? What about your ethnicity? Do not make any of this extra information public knowledge at this point. If you do answer these questions in your argument essay, make sure you stick to your argument. If you do not know what your position is in life, then just consider your reasons for thinking that all teachers, all education, all PE teachers, and all PE classes are machines.
In a persuasive essay, one must begin with a strong position. So you know where you stand, you must know the other side of the argument. In order to rationally inform one's argument, facts are highly encouraged. This means that if the claim is against evolution, then why is evolution stated as facts? Research your claim, if you are pro-creationism or creationism. You can start by reading the actual statements from the opposing side. You can usually find this on the internet, or you can ask your teacher. Once you have gathered the opposing side's arguments, you can then begin to set up a counter claim.
Argument essay topics are, unfortunately, perennial. There are too many to be detailed in one article. You may wish to look at the ones listed in the AP® English Language Argument essay rubric in the appendix of this article. d2c66b5586