This section of themes leaves wide room for creativity. Literally, when your teacher allows you to choose a theme, you get a chance to discuss anything that seems exciting to you and potentially interesting for your audience.
Remember, the topic you choose should not contain obvious opinion or offer an obvious solution. For example, you can choose the discussion about the impact of globalization, both negative and positive, and let your readers decide what impact is more evident.
Best Classical Argument Topics
- Subjective and Objective Perspectives of Photography
- Actor Training Limits the Narrative Process
- The United Arab Emirates: Burj Khalifa
- The Coming Anarchy By Robert D. Kaplan
- The Cosmological Argument and the Teleological Argument
- Use of Public Funds for Artistic Display
- Man on Fire by Tony Scott
- The Declaration Of Independence
- International Committee of the Red Cross
- Gun Control: Is It Better to Make More Stringent Laws or Ban Them All Together