You need to summarize your main points, restate your thesis statement, and show your own position on the given issue if necessary.
Now you know what to avoid when writing a pros and cons essay.
Unlike the debate paper, for which you conduct research to support your position on an issue, you must research the issue extensively so that you can dispassionately describe the pros and cons.
Find resources that cover opposing sides of the issue.
You don't want the multiplicity of your points to muddy the information you're trying to convey.
Support each pro point with evidence based on your research.
You can cover secondary points in groups of two or three in a single paragraph.
When you cover multiple points in a paragraph, reread the paragraph several times and ask others to review it.
First of all, to write a pros and cons essay doesn’t mean to simply list all positive and negative sides of the given topic – you need to thoroughly analyze this information and make conclusions.
Second, you need to fully understand what to do and what not to do when writing this paper.