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Title: How to write a Persuasive Essay


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How to Write a Persuasive Essay
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The main goal of a persuasive essay is to
persuade a potential reader in the rightness of
your own point of view.
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1. Choosing A Topic
The first step of writing a persuasive essay is
selecting a theme. Remember that a success of
your persuasive essay depends on your audience
(or potential readers).
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For example, if the reader of your persuasive
essay is your school teacher, it will be very
difficult (if not impossible) for you to convince
him / her that all the teachers have to be
punished for their students low academic
performance. Try to reformulate this statement
to make it more attractive for a teacher. For
instance, the title of your persuasive essay may
be like this Every School Teacher Should Have a
Monetary Reward For His / Her Students High
Academic Performance.
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2. Reading Some Literature Concerned with Your
Issue
Even if you are sure that you know almost
everything about your problem and know the
correct answer, read some literature on your
topic. You may find recently published articles
concerned with your issue.
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3. Explaining One of The Points of View
Start the body paragraphs of your persuasive
essay with explaining one of the points of view.
You may first write about the opinion which is
diametrically opposed to your own. Mention that
some people are against of rewarding school
teachers for their students high academic
performance. One of the arguments is that many
gifted children do everything by themselves. The
other argument is that we should reward the
parents of talented boys and girls.
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4. Giving the Arguments to the Opposed Opinion
After that, demonstrate your own point of view.
Write that a students high academic performance
is not only the result of his / her natural gift.
To recognize a talent is also a talent. It means
that a students high academic performance is a
sum of two components. The first component is a
natural gift of a schoolboy / schoolgirl. The
second component (which is not less important
than the first one) is a talent of his / her
teacher who is able to recognize a talent of a
student.
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5. Giving Some Bright Examples
It will be great, if you can interview a student
with a high academic performance who became
successful thanks to his / her teacher. Write
about his / her gratitude to the teacher. Dont
be upset, if you have no excellent and grateful
students among your relatives, friends or old
acquaintances! You may write some examples from
the fiction literature or history. You also may
compose your own story about a thankful student
with a high academic performance.
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6. Making A Summary
Summarize all the information. Paraphrase your
statement. Make a conclusion that a performance
appraisal rating system should be in every
school, as it will be possible to reward the
teachers for their students high academic
performance.
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