Writing to argue - Shawon Notes

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In writing to argue, you should show balance, which means considering different views. It helps to sketch out a table like the one below.

 

Argument for Argument against
Uniform looks smarter than casual clothes Uniform can be expensive and the costs can spiral with students constantly growing
Students don't have to waste time worrying about what to wear each day Uniform stifles freedom of expression and breeds uniformity
If a student is lost or hurt outside school, they can be identified easily Uniform can lead to school rivalries when walking home
Uniforms create a sense of belonging and pride Uniforms deprive students of their individuality

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