This 23-page guide focuses on the art of writing a persuasive argument and offers specific methods on how you can help your students use it to improve their critical thinking.
-role playing activities
-considering both sides of an argument
-an introduction to basic structure including stating one's own position while acknowledging the opposing side's view, giving reasons for the position taken and supporting them with facts and
explanations and writing a strong summary.
-tools for building the argument including pathos, ethos and kairos
-sample structure chart
-instructions for how to proceed with the writing process from chart form to writing the actual persuasive argument
-introductory paragraph template
-concluding paragraph template
-peer evaluation forms
- 12 topic ideas for writing a persuasive argument
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I hope that students using this package will learn to see writing as personally meaningful and a useful way to express their needs, desires and opinions as they work towards improving their writing skills, styles, structure and other mechanics of the written word.
A picture prompt package for persuasive arguments is also available and is a great resource to accompany this guide.
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