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  • Alexa Rain 3 months agofrom egypt

    A lot of inspired topics and issues,

    you always help in finding ways by arrange your reader thinking and informative things.

    i am big fan of you.

    Great Hub!

  • Virginia Kearney 4 months agofrom United States

    Hi Christina--My articles on how to write can help you! Find them by looking to the side or on my profile page. Or just use Google and type what you need with my name.

  • Christinaaa 4 months ago

    I'm trying to write an argument research paper on social media and mental illness or social media and relationships but I'm having trouble narrowing my topic and creating the key points for my paper.

  • Virginia Kearney 5 months agofrom United States

    Hi Rosie--You have a good topic and an interesting personal connection. I'd suggest that you do a frame story introduction and conclusion. Start with your situation and then stop part-way through and ask the question: should you call CPS? Then do your answer and tell why or why not. Finish with telling the end of your story. See my articles on "How to write an argument paper" and "How to write a position paper" for full instructions.

  • rosie 5 months ago

    Wondering how to write a position essay. Topic should you call Child Protective Services. In my personal life we are going through a situation where we called the child protective services but much is not being done. Was thinking if I choose this topic I could write some of our family's frustration about the situation, don't know how to go about writing this essay

  • Virginia Kearney 6 months agofrom United States

    Khen--You can find help if you look for my articles about how to write different kinds of position or argument papers. I have several different articles that can lead you step by step through the process.

  • Khen 6 months ago

    Can you please help me in my position paper?

  • Virginia Kearney 7 months agofrom United States

    Roami, You have an interesting idea. I think one way for you to get some good information to start your paper is to research why local languages are not included in the instruction first. Next, you might want to interview some people to find out their positions and to get some quotes on this topic. Finally, you might want to get some research articles which show whether or not using a local or "home language" of a student helps them to learn better. In the United States, research has shown that students who receive some instruction in their own language at least at first often do better in the long run than a child who is "fully immersed" in English. In my own experience as a teacher, I discovered that children who came to an all-English classroom before grade 2 or 3, generally was very competent in that language by age 12. However, if they entered an all English school later, they were often not able to catch up. However, that only works if the child is in a school where no one else speaks their native language (as is often true in the U.S. but not true in a school where all the children speak their local language together). You have a wonderful topic and one that is very important for your country to consider. I wish you great success in your paper.

  • roami 7 months ago

    pls, i need u to look into this position topic for me. Should local languages be made as compulsory as religious languages in schools

  • Virginia Kearney 9 months agofrom United States

    Hi Sam, you might want to try my article about Funny Argumentative Essay Topic Ideas, or else do the negative of any idea here or in one of my many other argument essays. In a "devil's advocate" paper, you want to go against what most people think. Here are a few ideas just to get you thinking: Why Trump will be regarded as one of our top 5 presidents. Why we should leave ISIS alone. Why race is less a problem in America than Europe. Why the leader of North Korea isn't really crazy.

  • Sam 9 months ago

    Hello,

    I have this assignment of playing the role of devil's advocate and I can't think of a good topic!

    help!

    ( I personally prefer a political related topic).

  • Virginia Kearney 12 months agofrom United States

    Aidyn-You add a very interesting position topic. I had not thought about schools making rules against fasting but it certainly could hurt a child's performance in school if they were fasting for a longer period than a day or two. That could cause a school to be concerned. Thanks for your comment and idea.

  • Aidyn Krikorian 12 months ago

    I greatly appreciate your website, and I have a suggestion for a topic. "Should we allow fasting or other religious acts in schools?" This topic facsinates me and I do hope you will consider it. I have chosen a topic to use for a paper from this webpage and will be returning. Thank you, Aidyn.

  • Virginia Kearney 12 months agofrom United States

    Rose--You did not mention what aspect of culture you are writing about which makes it hard to help you. However, for example, if you are writing a paper arguing to people that only like modern music that classical music is worth listening to, you could start by talking about what you agree with about modern music and acknowledge why people of your generation might prefer to listen to it. Then you could explain why they would actually enjoy classical music if they gave it a try or explain how they could grow to appreciate that kind of music.

  • rose lasu 12 months ago

    I need help on my regerian Argument eassy on culture. I dont now how to start it, Does anyone knows how.thanks

  • Preston Heard 14 months ago

    These are great topics for the upcoming research essays. I will definitely be using one of them. Thank you for this resource!

  • Aaron Gibson 14 months ago

    Excited for your class this semester!

  • Matt Hartman 14 months ago

    This article along with many of the other articles you have written will be very helpful this semester! I'm looking forward to your class!

  • Virginia Kearney 16 months agofrom United States

    Look for my articles about how to write argument or position essays for lots of ideas on how to introduce essays and find sources. Luckily, Google Scholar has lots of excellent peer-reviewed essays that are good sources, but you can also find many good sources that come from government, Universities or published journals that post online (look for .gov, .edu or a journal that also appears in print). One easy way to start your introduction is to tell a story about a student who is generally shy (or maybe bullied) but gets excited (and more included by others) when they are able to share about their own culture during a multiculturalism unit.

  • jenn 16 months ago

    I am doing an Apa essay on "should schools be required to teach multiculturalism" any idea on how I should start my intro and what sources I should use?

  • Virginia Kearney 17 months agofrom United States

    Bebe--You don't tell me whether your paper is a research paper or not, but I've written many articles on how to write different sorts of essays. You can use the search engine on HubPages to find them, or look at the links that usually appear when you pull up one of my articles. Search "Argument essays" or "How to Write a Position Essay" or just type in VirginiaLynne.

    To start a paper on your topic, I think I would use a story in the introduction showing a miscommunication when people don't talk face to face.

  • bebe 17 months ago

    Hey . Can you please help me in my position paper . I dont how to start . My topic is cellphone,texts and emails are not as good as talking face to face . It is from yours sample :) thank you

  • B-RAD 24 months ago

    I think that is video gaming good or bad is a great topic to choose.

  • Virginia Kearney 2 years agofrom United States

    Yes Alsaifl, I think that "What is beauty?" could be a topic. You are right that your answer would be a definition claim.

  • Jumanah Alsaif 2 years ago

    Is the topics What is true beauty? (definition) a good topic for a position paper? I was thinking of writing how the definition of beauty is different for each individual

  • Brittany Adams 14 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for posting! This helps a lot with my writing!

  • Tariq Ali Khan 2 years ago

    Excellent work buddy! Thank you so much !

  • Kristen Howe 2 years agofrom Northeast Ohio

    Great topics for a variety of essays for everyone who needs to be inspired. Voted up for useful!

  • Joanna 3 years ago

    That Tom Hanks video is hilarious. These ideas are very thought-provoking and inspiring!

  • Virginia Kearney 3 years agofrom United States

    Cindy A. So glad I was able to give you some good information!

  • Cindy A. 3 years ago

    Unbelievable. You have helped me enormously. Thank you so much

  • Bluerider 3 years ago

    Thank you for these great topics.

  • VJG 3 years agofrom Texas

    This would be an interesting article for school students. They always seem to struggle for essay ideas.

  • Virginia Kearney 3 years agofrom United States

    Hi Safa--Here are the main steps:

    1. Choose a question you are going to write about. Then think about what your answer to the question is going to be.

    2. Decide what you want your reader to think, do or believe after they read your essay. That is your thesis (the answer to your question).

    3. Decide who you want to persuade to believe this (that is your reader or audience). Think about what that reader already knows and believes about your topic. That will help you develop your arguments. The reader should not be someone who already believes what you do. If they do, you aren't really arguing are you?

    4. Think of at least 3 reasons why your reader should believe your thesis. Those reasons will be the main body part of your essay.

    5. Think of examples or evidence which supports each of those reasons. That is what you will use to support those three reasons.

    6. What objections will your reader have? Write those out and also your answers to those objections. This will be a paragraph after your reasons.

    7. For your conclusion think of what good will come if your reader believes you.

    I've written more in detail about this in my article: https://owlcation.com/academia/How-to-Write-an-Arg...

  • Virginia Kearney 4 years agofrom United States

    Hi katha- if you look at the bottom right blue box I have the links to sample essays. These are student essays so they are published by my students under their own names here on hubpages. Maybe I should move these up on the page so you can find them more easily.

  • Virginia Kearney 4 years agofrom United States

    Samarah--Yes I think that vaccinating children is a very good topic. You can also narrow that to particular types of vaccinations that are new like the chickenpox vaccine or the HPV. Another possible argument on this topic is whether or not it is true that vaccines are the main reason for better health in people today than in the past.

  • samarah15 4 years ago

    Is the right to vaccinate children a good topic?

  • Virginia Kearney 4 years agofrom United States

    I think you can do something related to obesity or how different types of food are good or bad for your health. Or you can talk about GMO foods or organic or locally grown produce.

  • Virginia Kearney 5 years agofrom United States

    Xstatic--I love the fact that you do have a position on everything--I like to look at all sides of things and that is great as an instructor teaching positions, because I can play the devils advocate, but sometimes I do need to just nail down my own point of view!

  • Jim Higgins 5 years agofrom Eugene, Oregon

    A great "how to" for position papers. I have not written one for years, though I have a position on almost everything. Useful Hub and well done as usual.

  • Editorials are write-ups that are similar to essays in which editors put forth their views regarding a topic they feel strongly about. Generally, a subject taken up by editors relates to current events or happenings in their surroundings. The editorials reflect facts and opinions related to a topic in a precise and concise manner. The editor's analysis of the given subject is also added to the content being written. Editorials help the readers gain an insight on their social environment, its economics and also the culture of their surroundings. Such kind of write-ups help the reader gain an understanding of a particular subject from different point of views. This article presents a list of variety of topics that you can choose from, for writing editorials.

    Interesting Editorial Topics to Write About


    The popular topics that one can think about for writing editorials are included in the following list.
    • Global Warming
    • Future of GM Foods
    • Pros and Cons of Organic Farming
    Topics chosen for writing are such that readers can relate to them. A thoughtful and comprehensive analysis which takes into account the facts and ground realities should be presented in an editorial. Editorials written for newspapers enjoy a wider coverage in comparison to those written for magazines or journals. Generally, the topics meant for editorials of newspapers cover issues related to present-day politics and economics; here is a short list.
    • The Victory of Obama
    • War in Iraq
    • Swine Flu Outbreak
    There are many issues that can be used for writing editorials. They can be grouped under categories like environmental issues, economics, technology, etc. You may also think of adding more topics to the list to extend it as much as possible.

    Editorials for Newspapers


    The editorials that are written for newspapers deal with current affairs. Such editorials need to be comprehensive in terms of the information they cover; the subjects chosen for writing should also be thought-provoking. Generally, subjects like politics, business and sports are covered under such editorials. An editorial needs to be unbiased and clear in the way it presents facts and ideas. Here are some of the current topics to write about for newspapers.

    Editorial Topics on Environmental Issues
    There is great variety in topics that one can choose from, when writing on environmental issues. Those interested in discussing environmental issues can voice their opinions through such editorials. Loss of habitat of wild animals, depletion of the ozone layer, global warming, etc. are some of the problems associated with the degradation of environment. Here is a list of editorial topics that one can use for writing on environmental issues.Editorial Topics on Economics
    For an editor to find some interesting topics for editorials, it is important that he/she keeps track of happenings in different fields. Economics is one subject which needs to be given due consideration while writing editorials. The topics which you may have to handle when writing on economics include world trade, status of economies of developing and developed nations, economic problems, poverty in under-developed countries, etc.
    • Economic Recession
    • Role of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) Nations in the 21st century
    • US Economy
    • Policies of the World Economic Forum
    • Pros and Cons of Outsourcing
    • International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    • Fuel Economy
    • Relation Between Good Economics and Good Politics
    • Effects of Olympics on the Economy of Host Nations
    Editorials about Health Issues
    There are many topics on health issues that you can use for writing. In fact, writing editorials is one of the best ways to create awareness about health issues. Here are few important editorial topics pertaining to health issues.
    • Ill Effects of Junk Food
    • Malnutrition in Third World
    • Benefits of Organic Food Consumption
    • Obesity Problems in Developed Countries
    • Health Education
    • Bioterrorism
    • Food Safety
    • Dealing with Problems of Sedentary Lifestyle
    Editorials on Science and Technology
    With changes developments fast taking place on the technology front, new gadgets and gizmos are being invented almost everyday. There are rapid changes taking place in the field of science and technology. These changes affect our day-to-day life in many ways. One can think about writing on following topics related to science and technology.Editorial Topics on Agriculture
    The editorial topics on agriculture talk about opportunities and issues pertaining to agriculture in today's world scenario.
    • Future of Organic Farming
    • Agricultural Production and Food Crisis
    • Carbon Credits and Farming
    • Pros and Cons of Genetically-modified Crops
    General Topics for Editorials
    This section contains some of the general topics to write on. Issues raised by journalists, editors and people in general can be included in the list of general topics.
    • Pros and Cons of Capital Punishment
    • Do Women Make Better Teachers than Men
    • Are Elections the Best Test of Democracy
    • Is Money the Biggest Motivator in Life
    • Challenges of Editorial Independence

    Magazine Editorials


    The magazine editorials are written for a certain, 'target audience' and they deal with niche topics. There are different types of magazines operating in different fields like sports, lifestyle, entertainment industry, etc. Let's find out some interesting editorial topics for such magazines.

    Sports Topics
    The editorial topics for sports can help in drawing the reader's attention to different issues in this field, the performing teams, players, etc.
    • Significance of Olympics
    • How do Sports Bridge National Boundaries
    • Doping - How is it Affecting Sports?
    • National Team vs Professional Teams
    • Contribution of Sports in Reducing Crimes
    Lifestyle Topics
    There many topics that one can write on through lifestyle editorials. Let us take a look at the topics that can be placed under lifestyle editorials.
    • Social Relations in the 21st Century
    • Green Lifestyle - Influence of Global Warming
    • Social and Cultural Changes Induced by Globalization
    Entertainment Topics
    Editorials on these topics often deal with the current events in entertainment & media industry. Such type editorial topics are preferred by film journalists and entertainment magazine editors.Editorials are not just written for newspapers or magazines in public circulation. Even school magazines that are meant for private circulation reserve space for editorial columns. Editorial topics for such magazines are related to issues faced by school kids. Let us take a look at some of the high school and middle school editorial topics to write on.

    Editorial Topics for High School Students


    The editorial topics for high school students should be such that they not only appeal to children, but also present before them the problems of the real world.

    Editorial Topics for Middle School Students


    The editorial topics for kids should be interesting to write on and they should arouse the reader's interest. School kids can start with subjects like forthcoming elections in their town, ill-effects of consuming fast food, etc. Such editorials help in creating awareness in children about what's happening around them. It is observed that children enjoy doing work that involves asking questions and finding information. Such type of activities allow children to sharpen their analytical skills and satiate their curiosity. You may choose from the following editorial topics for middle school.
    Good editorial topics are those which take into account the information needs of readers and are appealing. The editorial topics to write about need to be interesting to read. Finally, you should present before readers a write-up that is comprehensive and which contains sufficient information relevant to the topic.

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