PERSUAVES WRITING

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  • Introduction and Exposition
  • Intro: The opening paragraph or sentence of a persuasive letter. Exposition: A sentence of background information
  • Persuasive Writing
  • We will now learn about writing a persuasive letter. Nolan and Devan, sit down!!!
  • Thesis
  • Thesis: A sentence saying what you want the reader to believe or agree with.
  • THESIS
  • I like fancy restaurants.
  • I like fast food!! You Should, too!
  • Support A and B
  • Support A and B: Support and/or reasons why the reader should listen to you
  • You should like fast food because it's quick and easy, plus it's really yummy!!!
  • Counter Agrument
  • It may be unhealthy, but it's a quick and easy meal
  • Call To Action
  • Now do you understand why fast food is Better?
  • THE END
  • That was Fun!!
  • That's so true!!
  • Counter Argument: Why the reader may disagree.
  • Call to Action: A conclusion sentence that restates the what you want the reader to believe
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