An academic assignment should have four parts:
The introduction: in which you introduce and explain the topic.
The body: in which you develop and support your argument.
The conclusion: in which you summarize your argument and explain your conclusion
The bibliography: in which you list the material that you consulted.
In the introduction, you should clarify the topic you intend to address; in the body you should present your argument and support it with the evidence needed to reach a solution.
In the conclusion, you should summarize the argument that was made in the body and present your conclusion.
Finally, you should attach a list of references to the sources of the evidence used in your argument.
Supporting the argument
"Supporting" means presenting examples, research results, or points made by experts as evidence to demonstrate that your arguments are correct.
"Evidence" refers to the examples, research results or points made by experts that provide the grounds of your argument. Your evidence must be fully substantiated and authoritative in its own right
If your topic is controversial in any way, you will need to disprove all possible opposing points of view and demonstrate why they are incorrect. Otherwise, you will fail to convince the reader of the validity of your argument.