Let’s face it – coming up with topics on your own is a trying task. You can pour through every news story, sum up all your interests and still come up with a poor persuasive essay topic. Using a brainstorming session where ideas, questions and topic possibilities are shared between friends can be a great way to generate new ideas and eliminate weak ones. At the same time, discussion leads to improvements on compare and contrast essay topics, which are typically a hard assignment to approach. Take the following comparison and contrast essay topics – all generated from an interesting discussion between high school friends in Connecticut.
Inventing Comparison Contrast Essay Topics For Middle School