Writers, Beware! — 3 Logical Fallacies To Avoid in Writing

At first glance, you might think an argumentative essay is about being angry and having an argument with someone. However, it’s quite the opposite. An argumentative essay is written from calmly constructed of well-researched points that aim to convince others of a specific point of view.

As a writing skill, argumentative essays teach students to refine their thoughts through research, use logic and rhetoric, all while developing critical thinking and writing skills. This type of writing is also a necessary ability for students to…

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