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Writing/Persuasive Texts. Students write persuasive texts to influence the attitudes or actions of a specific audience on specific issues. Students are expected to write persuasive statements about issues that are important to the student for the appropriate audience in the school, home, or local community.

 Writing/Persuasive Texts. Students write persuasive texts to influence the attitudes or actions of a specific audience on specific issues. Students are expected to write persuasive essays for appropriate audiences that establish a position and use supporting details.

Writing/Persuasive Texts. Students write persuasive texts to influence the attitudes or actions of a specific audience on specific issues. Students are expected to write persuasive essays for appropriate audiences that establish a position and include sound reasoning, detailed and relevant evidence, and consideration of alternatives.

PERSUASIVE ESSAYS FOR

APPROPRIATE AUDIENCES THAT ESTABLISH A POSITION AND USE SUPPORTING DETAILS

Persuasive essay - a short piece of writing to try to persuade the reader to a specific point of view

Position - an opinion about a particular subject

Purpose of persuasive writing:

 Influence

 Convince

 Express

 Promote a particular point of view

 Justify a position

Note: Both facts and opinions are used in persuasive writing.


PERSUASIVE ESSAYS FOR

APPROPRIATE AUDIENCES THAT ESTABLISH A POSITION AND USE SUPPORTING DETAILS

Persuasive essay - a short piece of writing to try to persuade the reader to a specific point of view

Position - an opinion about a particular subject

Purpose of persuasive writing:

 Influence

 Convince

 Express

 Promote a particular point of view

 Justify a position

Note: Both facts and opinions are used in persuasive writing.


PERSUASIVE ESSAYS FOR

APPROPRIATE AUDIENCES THAT

ESTABLISH A POSITION AND INCLUDE SOUND REASONING, DETAILED AND RELEVANT EVIDENCE, AND CONSIDERATIONS OF ALTERNATIVES

Persuasive essay - a short piece of writing to try to persuade the reader to a specific point of view

Sound reasoning - devices to persuade readers (e.g., examples, statistics, testimonials, etc.) to a particular point of view

Relevant evidence - facts or thoughts that support the writer’s beliefs in order to sway or change the reader's mind Consideration of alternatives - the reasons why the reader should be persuaded to consider the writer’s position, proposition, etc.





Writing/Persuasive Texts. Students write persuasive texts to influence the attitudes or actions of a specific audience on specific issues. Students are expected to write persuasive essays for appropriate audiences that establish a position and include sound reasoning, detailed and relevant evidence, and consideration of alternatives.

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Writing/Persuasive Texts. Students write persuasive texts to influence the attitudes or actions of a specific audience on specific issues. Students are expected to write persuasive essays for appropriate audiences that establish a position and include sound reasoning, detailed and relevant evidence, and consideration of alternatives.

(A)  establishes a clear thesis or position;

(B)  considers and responds to the views of others and anticipates and answers reader concerns and counter-arguments; and

(C)  includes evidence that is logically organized to support the author's viewpoint and that differentiates between fact and opinion.


(A)  establishes a clear thesis or position;

(B)  considers and responds to the views of others and anticipates and answers reader concerns and counter-arguments; and

(C)  includes evidence that is logically organized to support the author's viewpoint and that differentiates between fact and opinion.


Establish

A POSITION AND INCLUDE SOUND REASONING, DETAILED AND RELEVANT EVIDENCE, AND CONSIDERATIONS OF

ALTERNATIVES

Including, but not limited to:

 Sound reasoning - device to persuade readers (e.g., examples, statistics, testimonials, etc.) of the benefits of decisions or actions recommended

 Relevant evidence - facts or thoughts that support the writer’s beliefs in order to sway or change the reader's mind

 Consideration of alternatives – the reasons why the readers should be persuaded to consider the writer’s position, proposition, etc.

 Persuasive essay - a short piece of writing intended to convince the reader about an issue



Establish

A CLEAR THESIS OR POSITION Thesis/Position - a statement or premise supported by arguments.

In order to establish a clear thesis or position, a statement must be composed. The statement declares what the author believes and what the author intends to prove. (This is the thesis or position statement.)

Considers and responds to the views of others and anticipates and answers readers concerns and counterarguments.

Consider, Respond

TO THE VIEWS OF OTHERS

Anticipate, Answer

READER’S CONCERNS AND COUNTER ARGUMENTS

Counter argument - when the author turns against his/her argument to challenge it and then turns back to re-affirm it (It is an objection to the objection. Used to strengthen the author’s position.)



organized to support the author’s viewpoint and that differentiates between fact and opinion.

Include


EVIDENCE THAT IS LOGICALLY ORGANIZED TO SUPPORT THE

AUTHOR’S VIEWPOINTS AND THAT DIFFERENTIATES BETWEEN FACT AND OPINION

Including, but not limited to:

 Sound reasoning - (examples,

statistics, and testimonials free of

opinion)


 Relevant evidence supported with facts

Establish

A CLEAR THESIS OR POSITION Thesis/Position - a statement or premise supported by arguments.

n order to establish a clear thesis or position, a statement must be composed. The statement declares what the author believes and what the author intends to prove. (This is the thesis or position statement.)

Considers and responds to the views of others and anticipates and answers readers concerns and counterarguments.

Consider, Respond

TO THE VIEWS OF OTHERS

Anticipate, Answer

READER’S CONCERNS AND COUNTER ARGUMENTS

Counter argument - when the author turns against his/her argument to challenge it and then turns back to re-affirm it (It is an objection to the objection. Used to strengthen the author’s position.)



organized to support the author’s viewpoint and that differentiates between fact and opinion.

Include


EVIDENCE THAT IS LOGICALLY ORGANIZED TO SUPPORT THE

AUTHOR’S VIEWPOINTS AND

THAT DIFFERENTIATES BETWEEN FACT AND OPINION

Including, but not limited to:

 Sound reasoning - (examples,

statistics, and testimonials free of

opinion)

 Relevant evidence supported with facts



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