10 Top Tips for Persuasive Writing 1. Assume that that your reader knows nothing about the issue. This will encourage you to use clear language. 2. Tailor your language to your audience. Use words and phrases that will appeal to their concerns and motivations. 3.Tell a story or use your words to paint an image in your reader’s mind e.g. ‘Imagine this...’ Readers will.. To read on visit: http://www.thetutorpages.com/tutor-article/gcse-english/persuasive-writing-how-to-convince-a-reader/4132
A handout that describes different persuasive techniques and includes examples of eachCreated to accompany several of my other persuasive techniques products, links to which can be found belowA bundle that also includes a PowerPoint and an accompanying cloze can be found here.Check out my other products related to Persuasive Techniques:-Persuasive Techniques PowerPoint -Persuasive Techniques Cloze (Made to accompany/replace this handout)-Persuasive Essay Outline
A PowerPoint presentation that teaches students about persuasive techniquesIncludes:-Written and visual examples for each persuasive technique-Whole-class quiz to determine which persuasive technique is being employed-Tug-of-War Making Thinking Visible activity to promote high-order thinkingFor more instructions on how the Tug-of-War activity works, please visit the Harvard Project Zero page here.A bundle that also includes a cloze and a handout to accompany this PowerPoint can be found…
High School : Graphic organizers help form a visual picture of information in our minds and allow us to see undiscovered patterns and relationships. In other words, they are used to help us or organize the thoughts that already in our minds. A "mind map" is a common example of a graphic organizer. Informative, Narrative Writing, and Persuasive Writing.
Free close-reading passage from The Pensive Sloth to teach persuasive texts, author's purpose to persuade. Students analyze a text, "A Baby Boa," and look for examples of parallelism, causality, comparison, exaggerated statements, contradictory statements, and misleading statements. Addresses 5th grade reading TEKS to help students pass the STAAR test!