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Persuasive Writing

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Molly Darnley

on 7 November 2014

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Transcript of Persuasive Writing

Where do writers get ideas for their persuasive pieces?
Persuasive
Writing

Where do writers
get ideas for their writing?
Most writers get their ideas for their writing from
events, issues or people in their own lives!
What's the author's purpose of this video?
Persuasion is all around us
What are the
3 main purposes
for writing?
What does it mean to PERSUADE?
Persuasive writing -
Using words to convince
the reader that the
writer's opinion
is correct with regard to an issue.

What's the
author's purpose
in this video?

Round Robin
Teacher announces question/topic and gives "Think Time"

Teacher announces which position # will talk first

The assigned person talks first, sharing as many ideas as possible until the time is up

Sharing continues, in a clockwise direction, Each person talks for the specified amount of time.
Timed
Round Robin
Teacher announces question/topic and gives "Think Time"

Teacher announces which position # will talk first

The assigned person talks first, sharing as many ideas as possible until the time is up

Sharing continues, in a clockwise direction, Each person talks for the specified amount of time.
Everyone is a writer …
some people just haven’t
told their story yet.

-author unknown
To persuade means to
try to
convince
someone of your opinions.

To get someone to agree with you.
Timed
Round Robin
Teacher announces question/topic and gives "Think Time"

Teacher announces which position # will talk first

The assigned person talks first, sharing as many ideas as possible until the time is up

Sharing continues, in a clockwise direction, Each person talks for the specified amount of time.
Timed
Round Robin
Teacher announces question/topic and gives "Think Time"

Teacher announces which position # will talk first

The assigned person talks first, sharing as many ideas as possible until the time is up

Sharing continues, in a clockwise direction, Each person talks for the specified amount of time.
Timed
Round Robin
Teacher announces question/topic and gives "Think Time"

Teacher announces which position # will talk first

The assigned person talks first, sharing as many ideas as possible until the time is up

Sharing continues, in a clockwise direction, Each person talks for the specified amount of time.
What would
YOU
like to persuade someone of?
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