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  1. 1. Persuasive Writing
  2. 2. How to Write a Persuasive Speech Identify the topic and position you want to take Write 3 reasons to support your argument Write a conclusion
  3. 3. Which Persuasive techniques will you include in your speech? Asking your listeners a question - Would you like it if ……? Using exaggeration - If this happens, I’ll go wild! Involving facts or numbers to support your ideas - 75% of children think that….. Sentences with groups of 3 adjectives - Television is fab, fun and informative. Words that involve emotions or feelings - Poor helpless animals suffer when they are abandoned… Repeating phrases using pronouns - We have listened. We have learned. We have tried to make things better.
  4. 4. Persuasive Words and Phrases We can do without this.. How unfair! Now… Obviously… We can solve this by… I believe that… This will cause… No-one but a complete idiot will believe that… It will ruin our quality of life In my opinion… As an example… for one thing Surely… Of course… Local people feel that… This will mean that… Another thing… Just think about… How could you (we) possibly… What would happen if.. Do you want to be part of… For this reason… As well as… for the most part
  5. 5. Identify your topic and position by Grabbing my attention! Hook me in! Introduce the topic. Filling in the background. State your thesis (idea or opinion)
  6. 6. Grab my Attention! Choose one or two of these ideas to use. Telling a scenario - beautiful or frightening Interesting facts At primary level (Year 5 and Statistics 6) just over half (54%) of primary school pupils said they slept for between 10 and 12 hours. Famous quotes There is a time for many words, and there is also a Questions time for sleep. Homer Anecdote When should your child go to bed?
  7. 7. Grab my Attention! How many times have you been late to school? ! Does your day begin with shouts and arguments? ! Have you ever missed the bus? ! Or your hook could be a statistic or interesting statement: ! More than fifty percent of high school students skip breakfast because they just don't have time to eat. ! Tardy kids drop out of school more often than punctual kids.
  8. 8. Introduce the topic Children should go to sleep at 7 o’clock every night. Ask yourself Why are you sharing? Why do I care? What does it matter? What do I want the audience to know?
  9. 9. Fill in the background History Facts Set the stage Research Students who haven’t had enough sleep can find it difficult to focus on their learning.”
  10. 10. State your Thesis Topic and your big idea or opinion Ask yourself what do I want to change? In my opinion children need to get 10 - 12 hours of sleep a night to be ready to learn.
  11. 11. Opening Paragraph Examples Does your day begin with shouts and arguments? Do you go to school in a bad mood because you've been yelled at, or because you argue with your parent? The chaos you experience in the morning can put you in a bad mood and affect your performance at school. You can improve your mood and your school performance by adding more time to your morning schedule. You do this by setting your alarm clock to go off one hour earlier.
  12. 12. The Body Each paragraph states a reason or opinion and then is followed by 2 or 3 pieces of evidence to support it. Points out the arguments for and against. Has facts that support the evidence given 1 Bad moods caused by morning chaos will affect your workday performance. 2 If you skip breakfast to buy time you're making a harmful health decision. 3 (Ending on a cheerful note) You'll enjoy a boost to your self-esteem when you reduce the morning chaos.
  13. 13. Imagine students waiting in line, a delicious smell in the air, they think its cookies but as they dig in it’s the vitamin C powerhouse; sweet potatoes. Schools should have tasty and nutritious lunches. Students who have these lunches have more energy, learn lifelong lessons and gain positive experiences with healthy food. ! First, many students don’t know that healthy food can taste good. There are so many recipes that swap or add ingredients without changing the taste of dishes children love. –unknown from internet
  14. 14. The Conclusion A strong concluding paragraph that sums up the main argument We all like to sleep. I know it's hard to get up some mornings, but I can assure you that the reward is well worth the effort. ! OR ! If you follow my guidelines and make the effort to get up a little bit earlier every day, you reap rewards in your home and on your report card.
  15. 15. Persuasive Words and Phrases above all accordingly additionally after all again all in all all things considered also as a consequence as a result as a rule for the time being fortunately aside from at first glance at the same time beginning with being similar in many ways besides beyond briefly but by and large certainly for this reason frequently
  16. 16. Persuasive Words and above all accordingly additionally after all again all in all all things considered also as a consequence as a result as a rule furthermore aside from at first glance at the same time beginning with being similar in many ways besides beyond briefly but by and large certainly generally Phrases
  17. 17. Persuasive Words and chiefly coincidentally consequently contrary to contrasting conversely comparable corresponding to coupled with depending upon decidedly gradually Phrases despite doubly important effectively especially excluding except excepting exclusive of first of all for instance for now however
  18. 18. Persuasive Words and in addition in any case in any event in brief in conclusion in contrast in essence in other words in particular in short in summary in the end Phrases in the final analysis in the first place in the long run in this case in turn including independent of instead just as interesting later likewise meanwhile
  19. 19. Persuasive Words and moreover next to normally on one hand on the bright side on the whole ordinarily other than otherwise overall particularly previously rather restating the obvious soon similarly simultaneously specifically subsequent to such as to summarize to begin with that is the next step Phrases
  20. 20. Persuasive Words and there is no doubt therefore thereupon thus usually wherefore while whereas with attention to with this in mind yet Phrases

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