This is a sheet that contains persuasive sentence starters. Cut the sentence starters our and give to children to use while writing their persuasive sentence, or paragraph, depending on the grade level. You could use these to show how persuasive writing differs from other types of writing, and the clues that we look for in writing to tell the type of text it is.
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
5th Grade Anchor Chart and Close Reading Passage for teaching persuasive techniques including causality, parallelism, misleading statements, exaggerated statements, contradictory statements, and comparison. I had a hard time finding material to teach this TEKS to my 5th graders, so I wrote my own passage!
Include three example pieces of persuasive texts to help students gain a greater understanding of the features and format of a persuasive text.The first sample provides students with all the features of a persuasive text.The second two pieces have room in the margins for students to pick out their own persuasive text features and make improvements.Ideal for reinforcing persuasive writing features and formats.Included also are notes on persuasive writing as well as two pages detailing the…
Elementary Persuasive Writing? Why? I find many businesses get caught up in the routine of just 'doing' and forget their 'purpose'. According to many studies, up to 50% to 80% of small businesses fail within the first 3 years. You are in business to make money and stay in business. Communicate your value to your customers. Persuade them that you have a solution to their current problem. Don't let your business become a government statistic. Keep it simple. Keep it focused. Persuade!