image by Gratisography Essay types are many, and students have to know them all, as well as understand the difference between them.
For that, you need to provide solid evidence for arguments, such as research, stating facts, examples, quotes from experts, and logical reasons. Sometimes professors assign a particular topic for you to write.
For example, readers of your essay will trust you and agree with you because they know you as a good student who spends tons of time exploring this topic.
Or, millions trust Kim Kardashian because she’s a world-famous media persona, not a random girl off the street. In the context of essays, you can reference to credible personas and organizations in your work.
They are up-to-date, with tons of debates in literature and online, so you’ll cover any of them by all means.
shares the links to them all, so if you decide to write a persuasive essay on any controversial topic from the list, you can learn arguments and find evidence from both sides of the fence.
Don’t forget to include counterarguments from your opponents but explain why you disagree with them.
And finally, write a conclusion restating your thesis and providing a reader with food for thought.
In the introduction, describe the problem and state the point you’re trying to make.
Also, think of a strong hook for readers to understand why they should care.