A refugee used to be a person driven to seek refuge because of some act committed or some political opinion held. Well, it is true we have had to seek refuge; but we committed no acts and most of us never dreamt of having any radical opinion.
Virginia has been a university English instructor for over 20 years.
She specializes in helping people write essays faster and easier. Choosing an Easy Topic Need a great argument topic? Below I give over ideas. You'll write faster and easier if you pick a topic based on: Picking a topic you already know a lot about can make research faster and easier.
Picking a question you want to know more about can make this paper more interesting. I give links to many sources. Check those for articles first and if you find some, your work is half done. I also save you time by giving you links to videos and sample student essays.
Check out my guides for writing papers too. If you get a good grade, be sure to come back and tell me! What You'll Find in this Article: Instructions for how to and how not to pick a topic. Lists of topic ideas in the categories of food and health, obesity and dieting, recycling and the environment, families and relationships, and science and technology, with videos and many links to research and student essay examples.
Step-by-step instructions for how to write your essay. How to Pick a Good Topic Choosing a topic that everyone is talking about makes writing an argument essay easier. Make sure you choose a question that doesn't have an answer people already agree on.
Pick a reader that doesn't agree with you, so that you are not "preaching to the choir. Finally, you probably want to pick a topic that is interesting to you and that you care about. What Topics Not to Pick: Steer clear of overused topics like abortion, gun control, and the death penalty.
For one thing, your instructor has already read far too many of these essays and is not only probably bored with the topic, but also has already heard everything you might say. Moreover, although those may seem like easy topics, they really aren't, because most people are set in their ways about these issues and it is hard to think of an argument that might change their minds.
Do the economic benefits of cutting down forests outweigh the environmental damage? What kind of love leads to a lasting relationship?
Is it a good idea for a father to raise his children full-time? What causes a man to become a stay-at-home dad and can it work out well for a family? Should Americans think and do more about the hunger faced by people around the world?
Obesity, Dieting and Food Why are Americans rapidly becoming more obese? Why are Americans rapidly becoming more obese? What can be done to help children maintain a healthy weight? How can people lose weight and keep it off? Is weight gain caused by genetics, environment, or some other factor?
How do naturally thin people stay that way? What is the relationship between food, exercise, and weight? Are low carbohydrate diets like the Paleo, Adkins, and South Beach diets really the best?Water, like religion and ideology, has the power to move millions of people.
Since the very birth of human civilization, people have moved to settle close to water. I like the faith message that I get out of the "literary device" viewpoint.
My only minor quibble is that the order of Genesis 1 is close enough to the natural scientific order. With his indignant refusal to apologize for his abusive behavior, Nate Parker brought about Birth of a Nation‘s poor performance and subsequently dealt a mighty blow against the progress blacks have made in Hollywood.
It’s official. Nate Parker’s Birth of a Nation has flopped. When the movie was first announced and when it was a standout at Sundance, Parker’s status was on the rise. I have long called myself a social conservative.
I think it is very important to have standards for behaviour (etiquette) and defined roles. The problems with this system is not that it exists, but the lack of flexibility and the value placed on them. Water, like religion and ideology, has the power to move millions of people.
Since the very birth of human civilization, people have moved to settle close to water. The Birth of a Nation may be an adaptation rather than a largely original work, but in adapting the play, Griffith greatly extended the range and ambition of the cinema.
An adaptation of this size was in itself a great leap of faith, and the result far out shadowed the conservative melodrama of the now largely forgotten unique film of all time.