Comparison and contrast essay is one of the most common assignments in American high schools and universities. In order to facilitate this process, you should ask these questions: What differences and similarities are relevant to my assignment?
Does this type of assignment have any similarities with the ones you have completed before? The following is a list of some questions on several topics that might be helpful in designing of your comparison/contrast essay. Try to formulate your own questions and arguments after you have studied the listed questions. That is why composing this type of an essay might differ from other ones.
I biased essay is an essay in which a side is chosen and you back up your beliefs.
Not to be confused with a persuasive essay; you believe one way and you try to persuade others to believe the way you do.
Remember that the last point is of particular importance, because your reader will judge your essay by it.
If, for example, you attempted to prove that the stadium “Universal” is much better than the stadium “Albano” you should wind up by stressing the fact that stadium “Universal” is better, rather than leaving reader with the statement that “Albano” might look better as well.