Deductive Essay Topics typically confront a well-known fallacy or some particular aspect of science or literature that is particularly upsetting or ridiculous to the author. Your topic might be a common unhealthy behavior to expose as healthy, chewing gum is bad for your teeth, which is commonly believed. However, the truth is that the ADA recently published different information that supports new theories on saliva. You may decide to develop a positively amazing deductive essay on research philosophies that may seem plainly obvious to you, but others may not have deduced this same relationship. Such as a paper developed using common marketing practices as educational tools in youngsters – Kindergarten and first grades, in many US elementary schools, use common day items such as cereal boxes and shampoo bottles to begin teaching reading; in this way children learn to read and the importance of reading labels successfully.
Like all essays and nearly all forms of written work, your deductive essay will have an introduction, body, and conclusion. Your introduction will begin with your idea, stating the “fact” that you will deduce a new answer regarding. “All lizards have salmonella poisoning and should not be given as pets to children under the age of 12.” Using resources that have stated this point, you will build an introduction that clarifies this statement; however, in the body you will build your evidence to the contrary. In the body you might introduce the facts about salmonella – including that it is difficult for the disease to live in temperatures over 131 degrees Fahrenheit, typical soaps and alcohol wipes have a 99.9% death rate to this bacteria, and that ultraviolet radiation (such as from the sun or ultraviolet lights) increases their death rate.
Most important about a successful deductive essay is to demonstrate two different points, and to argue for a specific point. In addition, a good deductive essay will demonstrate the strong feelings of the author. Topics are not specific to any particular field; you may be developing a strong deductive essay for a philosophy course where you argue against Freud’s sexuality theories, or Accounting methods that include clear departmental resources in order to maintain budget control on every level. Any topic is a good topic so long as the deductive essay fits into the parameters of a quality essay – by choosing a specific side in an argument.
10 Examples of popular Deductive Essay topics:
- Democracy versus Communism
- Requirements of Immunizations for Children
- Impact of Global Warming and Current Government Policies
- International Immigrants and Freedom to Move between Border Countries
- English versus Spanish Languages in the U.S.
- Technology in the Classroom
- Validity of Increasing Online Education Courses
- Policing the Internet, Government Regulations
- GSM versus CDMA – The Ever-Changing Cell Phone Industry
- Marketing to Children and Implications of an Ethical Society
UPDATE! Topic examples from readers :
- Why there is always some reasons beyond our failures why not we
- Why only the words i,we,you are used in our general conversation why not ‘us’
- Why the soul can never be heal and how it can be
- What can gives self satisfaction(Thanks, Naima)
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