When writing a persuasive essay, the writer must find convincing evidence to support his or her angle on a controversial subject and use that information to convert the reader into supporting the viewpoint.
In an attempt to convince the reader of the validity of the argument the writer often seeks for information outside his or her own body of knowledge. The writer needs to show a good knowledge of both sides of the argument in order to refute the opposing point of view with the evidence. In the case of very controversial subjects, such as Animal Rights, the writer should take care in his or her refutation not to blame or insult the people who oppose the presented viewpoint.
The subject of animals is very broad. When first looking for a subject you might feel overwhelmed by the amount of information you find. You will need some criteria that will help you narrow your choice. Try narrowing it down by the subject you most care about. If you are writing for a competition, check who the sponsor is: there is no point in writing about loss of diversity in insect species if the sponsor makes flea spray. Or perhaps you could write about your favorite species?
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