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
Persuasive Writing - These Persuasive Writing Prompts are common core aligned for 3rd-6th grade. There is a brief overview of the purpose for persuasive writing on the reference pages. Each of the 24 persuasive writing prompts includes a prewriting brainstorming map for students to identify their position/opinion, reasons for their opinion, evidence or examples, and evidence of thought about the opposite point of view.
Another popular mnemonic is OREO. I don't know where this idea originated, but it stands for Opinion, Reason, Example, & Opinion (restated). This is a great way to introduce persuasive writing! by daisy