The following video introduces the components of a particular type of persuasive writing, The Toulmin Model. It can be useful to think about claims and evidence in your writing, and what unstated assumptions (warrants) might be influencing you.
This image shows how conclusions are reached, using the Toulmin model of arguments.
In essays using the Toulmin model, warrants aren’t usually stated explicitly in writing. They are often shared beliefs between a reader and the writer, however.
Consider what assumptions you make about your chosen subject, that your reader likely also agrees with. What assumptions do you have that your readers may not share?