Make sure that nothing you are going to write is offending or outright unacceptable for the majority.
Some of them were controversial but (fortunately) humanity manages to found a solution so now people just let the wounds heal.
Trying to choose a topic please be gentle and think about your audience.
Eliminate any pros or cons for which there is no counterpoint and narrow the list of those for your side of the issue and those against your side.
You need at least three pros and cons for a sufficient argument.
This can be done by separating positive from negative sides or randomly listing them together.
Try to develop a counterpoint for each pro and con.Gather resources that help you establish inferences or raise questions.Use information gathered from credible sources to determine your position, support your claim, and defend your viewpoints against opposing arguments.A pro and con thesis statement sets your position and justifies the stance by identifying reasons.It tells readers what you want them to know or consider about the topic after reading your essay.No matter how good your facts are and how logical your point is proven – you won’t be able to persuade anyone.From the other hand, the topic that isn’t interesting and touching enough can’t count as controversial.A strong thesis statement is one that takes a stand and can be defended.Decide which side of the argument you support and group all your thoughts into one central theme.by Thoughtful Learning is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License.Based on a work at k12.thoughtfullearning.com/minilesson/evaluating-pro-con-chart.