Brianstorm questions from essay 4

Please read the revenge porn that I got for essay 4, and just brain storm it into the chart.

break down the essay

Don't use plagiarized sources. Get Your Custom Essay on
Brianstorm questions from essay 4
Get an essay WRITTEN FOR YOU, Plagiarism free, and by an EXPERT!
Order Essay

Here is a list of very important questions to ponder in regard to your topic choice. Please address each BRAINSTORM prompt below using the Research Topic Quick Reference Table provided to record your ideas.
1. FOCUS—What are some of the ways you might be able to reign in or focus your essay topic further? For example, an argument for stronger action regarding global warming may be more effective if you limited your scope to say one aspect of global warming (i.e.: choose one specific source of carbon dioxide pollution, such as coal-burning power plants or automobiles). Contemplate an alternative but related focus that may be different than the typical focus for your topic (i.e. instead of federal laws, deal only with state laws, or instead of all media, deal only with one, such as just television or just movies, etc.).
BRAINSTORM: Think of all the different approaches you might take or subcategories involved in your topic as a way to further narrow the focus of your essay.
2. SEARCH TERMS—What other words or phrases could be used to describe your topic? Any librarian will tell you that the key to a successful (and easier) search for outside sources lies in the search terms you use. Think about synonyms or other ways to express your topic idea or term. For example, if your topic is “global warming” then maybe you could also look up information using the terms “climate change,” “environmental control,” etc. The more search term options you begin with now, the easier your search will be overall.
BRAINSTORM: Try to record all the different terms/phrases related to your topic.
3. AUDIENCE/PLAYERS—Who are you trying to convince? Who is already convinced? And who might still be on the fence about your position? Who is directly or indirectly impacted by your topic? It is extremely important to brainstorm about who may be your intended audience. Deciding who you need to convince may affect your entire approach to supporting your position, but you also have to think about those people who already agree with you and then walk that fine line in terms of developing ethos (your knowledge and authority on the subject), pathos (your emotional appeal), and logos (logic in the form of proof/support) that will reach and impact the widest audience.
BRAINSTORM: List all the possible groups/people you may be addressing in your essay and/or those who have an interest in opposing/supporting your position.
4. PRO/CON—What are the strongest arguments on both (or multiple) sides of the issue? This is where you create what is referred to as a pro/con list. You really need to unhinge yourself from just your position at this point and look at both (or multiple) sides of the issue in order to get a complete picture of the issue. If you set about arguing your own position without knowing your opposition’s points, your argument will be “half-baked” and could possibly be weakened by not addressing your opposition’s strongest point. Also, knowing your opposition’s points may actually help you to persuade your reader that your position is more valid through the art form of refutation (dismantling your opponent’s points/evidence by showing how short-sighted, illogical or erroneous their evidence may be). For this essay you are required to refute your opposition’s strongest point (and avoid committing a Straw Man Logical Fallacy, something we’ll discuss more of later), so this is a very important question to answer in order to meet one of the minimum requirements for this essay.
BRAINSTORM: Capture what you think will be each side’s strongest arguments.

Homework Sharks
Order NOW For A 10% Discount!
Pages (550 words)
Approximate price: -

Our Advantages

Plagiarism Free Papers

All our papers are original and written from scratch. We will email you a plagiarism report alongside your completed paper once done.

Free Revisions

All papers are submitted ahead of time. We do this to allow you time to point out any area you would need revision on, and help you for free.


A title page preceeds all your paper content. Here, you put all your personal information and this we give out for free.


Without a reference/bibliography page, any academic paper is incomplete and doesnt qualify for grading. We also offer this for free.

Originality & Security

At Homework Sharks, we take confidentiality seriously and all your personal information is stored safely and do not share it with third parties for any reasons whatsoever. Our work is original and we send plagiarism reports alongside every paper.

24/7 Customer Support

Our agents are online 24/7. Feel free to contact us through email or talk to our live agents.

Try it now!

Calculate the price of your order

We'll send you the first draft for approval by at
Total price:

How it works?

Follow these simple steps to get your paper done

Place your order

Fill in the order form and provide all details of your assignment.

Proceed with the payment

Choose the payment system that suits you most.

Receive the final file

Once your paper is ready, we will email it to you.

Our Services

We work around the clock to see best customer experience.


Flexible Pricing

Our prces are pocket friendly and you can do partial payments. When that is not enough, we have a free enquiry service.


Admission help & Client-Writer Contact

When you need to elaborate something further to your writer, we provide that button.


Paper Submission

We take deadlines seriously and our papers are submitted ahead of time. We are happy to assist you in case of any adjustments needed.


Customer Feedback

Your feedback, good or bad is of great concern to us and we take it very seriously. We are, therefore, constantly adjusting our policies to ensure best customer/writer experience.