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english 102 agrument essay

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english 102 agrument essay English 102

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Title: English Composition II Component
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Abbey Brennan on Tuesday March 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to English 102 at Southeastern Louisiana University taught by Kiesel in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see Title: English Composition II Component in Foreign Language at Southeastern Louisiana University.


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Date Created: 03/22/16
Argument Topic Selection Goals: 1. Select a topic that is specific. 2. Select a topic that is debatable (reasonable people will disagree). 3. Select a topic that is supportable with library evidence (not based on personal values or preferences). 4. Select a topic that is fresh (not a hackneyed topic that has been covered by hundreds of students before you). Successful Topic Examples from Past English 102 Students: 1. Should the U.S. stop making pennies? 2. Should NASA invest in a mission to Mars? 3. Should Sea World continue to keep killer whales in captivity? 4. Should the habitat for barred owls be protected from logging? 5. Should restrooms be gender neutral? 6. Should men’s restrooms have tables for changing diapers? 7. Should police wear body cameras? 8. Are NFL rules adequate to protect players from debilitating injuries? 9. Should the NCAA continue the use of BBCOR bats? 10. Should college athletes be required to stay in school a certain number of years before going pro? 11. Should Columbus Day be a national holiday? Unsuccessful Topic Examples from Past English 102 Students (DO NOT USE): 1. Legalization of Marijuana 2. Global Warming 3. Abortion 4. Death Penalty 5. Assisted Suicide 6. Drinking Age 7. Animal Testing 8. Illegal Immigration 9. War on Terror 10. Is God Real? 11. Welfare 12. War on Drugs


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