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Reusable EDU Design: Elements of a persuasive essay

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Ashley Whitlatch

on 28 October 2014

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Transcript of Reusable EDU Design: Elements of a persuasive essay

Elements of a persuasive essay
Introductory Paragraph
Body Paragraphs
Opposing View Paragraph
Concluding Paragraph
Content Source: http://www.time4writing.com/writing-resources/writing-resourcespersuasive-essay/
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During this phase, students should plan every aspect of the essay.
Pre-writing for the Persuasive Essay
Choose a position
Understand the Audience
Do the Research
Don’t rely on a single source
Think about the issue and pick a side to advocate for.
In order to write an effective persuasive essay, the writer must understand the reader’s perspective. Is the reader undecided or inclined to favor one side or the other?
Do the research. A persuasive essay depends upon solid, convincing evidence.
Go to the library and enlist the help of the librarian. Speak with community experts and teachers. Read and take notes. There is no substitute for knowledge of both sides of the issue.
Identify the most convincing evidence, as well as the key points for the opposing view.
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