Civics Essay Prompts


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One tough part about teaching English and writing is to actually get kids to write. Once they do, editing, revising, and learning how to improve are easy. But you need to have something to start with.

Persuasive writing can be a good way to get kids interested in writing. They want to argue and make their point of view known. They may not want to write about that novel or play that you read in class. By giving them an authentic task that they are actually concerned about, you'll be able to tap into some genuine emotion and get them to put words on paper.

There are an endless number of questions you could ask. Persuasive writing prompts about school rules (see this hub for examples) are always good, since every kid has an opinion on rules. Politics and government makes another good topic. Many of the big questions in politics rest on common sense arguments and opinions, and everyone has some kind of opinion on them.

So, to get you started, here are ten argumentative prompts that you can use in class relating to issues in politics or government.

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