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Argumentative Writing That Truly Stands Out

What can make an argumentative writing stand out from the other similar papers? Especially if all the papers tackle just one argument or topic? This is often the case in college essays, more importantly in argumentative writing wherein students in a class are given just one topic or argument to write about.

How to Compose Informed Argument for Your Essay

Informed argument is one of the most important features of academic writing. When you start writing your academic paper, first thing you naturally think of is what your subject will be and what you know on the subject. You should be aware that different writing assignments require different level of your knowledge on the topic. For instance, in high school you probably wrote brief papers in response to viewing some movies, say Guy Ritchie’s Revolver. This kind of paper does not require from you to master important cinema-related terms, analyze other author’s works, or to confirm you thoughts with critic’s arguments. However, if you are to write academic paper on the firm, you should learn more on your topic. You have to know certain cinematographic terms to explain Ritchie’s techniques. Also, you would find useful getting familiar with other Ritchie’s films to understand his approach and his favorite themes. Furthermore, if you write this review in upper-level film class, you should be aware of different critical views on Guy Ritchie, his films, and on films in general, so that you can insert you argument using cinema-related vocabulary. So, when you prepare to write academic paper, ask yourself following questions: