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English 9 Prezi Final Persuasive Letter Brainstorming Part 2: Outline March 17-18

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Transcript of English 9 Prezi Final Persuasive Letter Brainstorming Part 2: Outline March 17-18

Warmup Objective Write 2 strong ethos appeals that you will use in your letter to gain your audience's trust. Homework Students will begin writing process by discuss proper outline structure and organizing their own ideas into thought using an outline structure. What was the best reason you came up with for why your homework response? (10 reasons why your letter recipient should listen to you) . What goes in an outline? A little practice and review Now! Your chance to show that you were learning something for a little Extra Credit! Quiz time! Everyone should share their opening statement from their letter, and solution they offer to their letter recipient for how to solve the problem. 3. If you didn't share your persuasive issue when you shared your recipient, you will need to now! 1. Introduction 2. Body 3. Conclusion The introduction is where you have your beginning statements Every letter should begin with "Dear" or "To." This is called the "Salutation" A salutation is a formal greeting. Everyone introduction should include the opening statements. "I have been a long time user of your products..." Best strategy? Use the beginning paragraph of your letter to establish ETHOS. The body is where you do three main things: Identify your main problems or issues.
Give reasons why you have those problems/issues
Explain how your letter recipient can help solve the problems/issues that you have All three of these NEED to be in the body of your letter! The primary appeals you will use here are Logos and Pathos. The conclusion is where you restate your thesis (the main problem/issue that you are trying to see solved), and close with a statement to reaffirm what you want.
"While 50% of your products are good, the other 50% are causing men to go bald." I would like to suggest that you test your products on animals first, so that you can determine if the products will have a negative effect on customers. I have found that your products are harmful to many of your customers and I would like to see that change. 1. 2. 3. Example: A close examination of these problems and my suggestions should lead you to understand that I am not just an angry customer, but a long-time patron of your product with a very real concern, and very reasonable solutions. Sincerely,


Dr. Angry Man Try to be fair and nice in your conclusion. The conclusion is a good time to reestablish your ETHOS. Note the space inbetween the "Sincerely" and the name. Always leave that space. This is called the "Signature Line" Annd your turn...
Write an outline for yourself, using the outline sheet. You have 20 minutes.
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