When you think about it, all essays are persuasive really. We wouldn’t sit down and actually put our hearts and souls into writing an essay if we weren’t trying to get someone to agree with us, right?
Well, persuasive essays are ones in which we very obviously—very directly try to persuade our reader to care about our topic and to do something about it.
For all of these topics below—if it is in question form, such as, “should students be required to wear uniforms—you need to choose one side of the argument, they should or they shouldn’t and argue that side from the beginning.
I believe that requiring the wearing of school uniforms, especially in older students, helps to level the playing field and help students focus on their studies—not what they will wear the next day.
Then you persuade them you’re right with solid evidence.
***I won’t say this for all topics—but you can take any topic here and flip it to the opposite side.
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