Lessons for Persuasive Writing

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  • The Beginning of the War - Two Views on Texas - … targeted topics? Did the students make their arguments clearly and persuasively? Did the students on each side work well together as … asked the other side? Extensions and Applications Have the students write persuasive "op-ed" columns describing their side's perspective on the …
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  • A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words - … will be able to: present evidence clearly and convincingly a persuasive presentation (Va. SOLs English 11.1) critique the relevance, clarity, and effectiveness of a persuasive presentation (Va. SOLs English 11.2) 205 A Picture Is … of their immediate team. They can even be asked to write hypothetical captions for those photos, thus demonstrating the photographers' success …
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  • The Economic Vote Project - … multiple viewpoints and the Internet To give a well organized, persuasive presentation using a visual aid, created by multimedia software, as … graded for level of research, application of consumer concepts, organization, persuasiveness and quality of visual aid Vocabulary consumer sovereignty economic vote … student presentations. During presentations, have students respond to each by writing whether they would follow presenter's advice or not and …
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  • "Rise and Sell: The Energy Drink Business and What They're R - … : 11th and 12th Graders Subject: Speech Course, specifically Media Rhetoric/Persuasion, 90 minute blocks Title of Lesson: "Rise and Sell: The … volunteers, give each student a different color marker. Each student writes "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6" down the board. Read … involve likable, familiar characters 2. Slogans are often short, lacking persuasion (images say it all) 3. Pictures/visual stimulation is very …
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  • Not So Super Superbugs - … be needed and where will they come from?) Student Product: Persuasive speech Material & Resources: These Internet sites contains further information regarding … group or a farmer who uses these antibiotics. Prepare a persuasive speech to present to the FDA defending your viewpoint. The … antibiotics. After all speeches have been given, students should individually write a summary of all the arguments on each side and …
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  • Eli Whitney: A Top Ten Inventor? - … students to conduct research and present their findings in a persuasive manner. If the teacher chooses, the students may also work … the presentation of their findings, the students will practice persuasive skills in writing and/or oral presentation. Materials Required: Access to the …
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  • The Ethics of Xenotransplantation - … they will take in their presentation. As a group, they write their position paper. Revisit and Reflect Students will present their … that may arise. Assessment Tip Assess students on the clarity, persuasiveness, and organization of the arguments presented in their position paper … can also assess their peers based on the clarity and persuasiveness of the arguments presented.
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  • Scavenger Hunt - … of techniques they have noted, such as, facts, opinions, humour, persuasion, description, and argument. Outline the Opportunity Have students work in … that they find in the online information: facts, opinions, humour, persuasion, description, and argument. After each example, they will list what … and appreciate Maillet. Extension Ask: If you were going to write a profile of Antonine Maillet, which techniques do you think …
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  • A Forest Forever WebQuest - … present their findings to the class. Students may also write an individual persuasive essay with their recommendations to be turned in for … Appleworks, worksheets copied from the website, presentation T.V. Evaluation: • • Persuasive Essay using the Rubric found on the website Slideshow presenting …
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  • That Is Not My Opinion! - … from local newspaper or Internet Paper, pencil Clipboards or sturdy writing surface Lesson Outline Introduction Opinions, ideas and commentaries written in … and why. Ask the student’s if the editorial was persuasive and included sufficient verifiable facts or just opinion. ESE/ESOL … position and why. Ask the students if the editorial was persuasive and included sufficient verifiable facts or just opinion. GED 2002 …
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