Choose one high-tech invention that you have used, and write an inductive essay that praises or condemns it.
First freewrite on your subject for at least five minutes – automatically, never letting your pencil or keyboard stop – then look over what you have produced in order to learn your point of view.
Now, take more notes, gathering examples. Arrange these in order from least to most important, and from this rough outline write a draft.
In the second draft adjust your tone: Is your whole argument serious or objective? Is it argumentative? Or is it more humorous, subjective, and therefore persuasive? Whichever it is, be consistent.
Now read your argument aloud to family members or classmates, revise any part that fails to work on your audience, then write the final version.