Continuous Writing: Argumentative Writing – II
- Argumentative Writing
In our earlier lesson on argumentative writing, we explained that an argumentative essay is one that requires the writer to present a subject with a view to persuading the reader to agree with the writer’s point of view. We gave examples of argumentative essay questions and we discussed the formal features of an argumentative essay, namely, salutation, introduction, body, and conclusion. You were also assigned to write your entry for a competition on the topic: ‘’Television has done more harm than good to Nigerian Youths.’’
The following are two essays on the topic. Read them carefully.
1. Television Has Done More Harm than Good to Nigerian Youths.
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