WP.TW.1.2.a Description is used often more to create atmosphere and mood: films do this visually, writers do this with words, where the choice of words is more determined by their connotations than by the accuracy of their denotative use.
WP.TW.1.2.a.1 Describe someone / something to allow the reader to experience the topic vividly
WP.TW.1.2.a.2 Create a picture in words
WP.TW.1.2.a.3 Choose words and expressions carefully to achieve the desired effect
WP.TW.1.3.a Argumentative essays present an argument for or against something ('why I believe that women are stronger than men').
WP.TW.1.3.a Argumentative essays tend to be subjectively argued; the defence or attack is consistent and as well argued as possible, but it will inevitably be one-sided; the conclusion clearly states where the writer stands and why.
WP.TW.1.3.a.1 Show a specific opinion or viewpoint and argue to defend or motivate a position