Being able to write a well-supported argument is a life skill that will extend far beyond the walls of the classroom. Being able to argue well means that you will be able to fight for causes you believe in, stand up for yourself, and generally be better at finding your way in life.
It’s such an important skill that I’ve blogged about writing an argumentative essay until I am blue in the face. (My face now matches the Kibin logo, that’s how blue it is!) I’ve written about making a strong argument, writing a thesis statement, and outlining your argumentative essay.
These are all helpful blog posts, and you should definitely read them–but as “they” say, a picture is worth a thousand words. (By the way, don’t write “they” without defining who “they” are in your essay, okay?) In any case, I’ve taken “their” advice to heart and put together an infographic to help you as you begin writing your argumentative essay.
So without further ado, check out writing an argumentative essay made easy–in infographic form!